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WAKE FOREST — The Town of Wake Forest and Simple Recycling are partnering to offer a new program that will allow town sanitation customers to recycle clothing, shoes and various accessories. In … more
The Rolesville Police Department investigated the following incidents and arrested the following suspects from March 29 through April 5, according to public police records. March 29 • Devonte … more
Southern hospitality and full of charm. The leadership teams of Showmars Hospitality Group/4 Show LLC, couldn’t deny the appeal of Wake Forest when they first laid eyes on the small town in early … more
Advocates of a move to bypass Congress and advance U.S. constitutional amendments to state legislatures for ratification are renewing their effort to add North Carolina to the list of states making a … more
WAKE FOREST — Anne Zeneski and her husband Andrew are passionate about helping pups in need. Together, they live out that passion in the air. The Wake Forest couple spends many weekends flying … more
WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest Food Truck Rodeo is returning downtown Sunday to usher in its fifth year of celebrating walk-up-and-eat dining. This weekend’s event will offer more to do and … more
FRANKLINTON — Elementary and middle school students are bringing to life the cheeky fun of the “Junie B. Jones” books with song, dance and drama. The Franklinton Area Community Theatre will … more
LOUISBURG — Lucy Allen was re-elected chair of the Franklin County Democratic Party during the county convention March 23 at the Franklin County Courthouse Annex. All precincts were represented … more
ROLESVILLE — Although a simple majority of the Rolesville Town Council approved a controversial rezoning matter, legislative protocol dictated a delay in final approval in a public hearing at the … more
WAKE FOREST — The town of Wake Forest is offering residents the opportunity to request and receive a free rollout yard waste cart – while they last. The town has a surplus of around 100 … more
LOUISBURG — A federal judge recently sentenced a Louisburg woman to three years in prison for selling guns. Lindsey Nicole Underhill, 28, pawned three guns to Arrow Pawn and Jewelry in Raleigh … more
FGV Smart Start will present the Slime Walk on Saturday at Franklinton High School. Slime Walk was created to promote health and wellness in the community. Vendors be on-hand, and there will be … more
WAKE FOREST — All residents of Wake Forest and its extraterritorial jurisdiction are eligible to apply for the town of Wake Forest’s Cemetery Advisory Board. There are three vacancies on the … more
LOUISBURG — The Franklin County Board of Commissioners heard a presentation Monday during its meeting on the county’s library system that projected growth over the next decade in both the system … more
WAKE FOREST — The Northern Community Food Security Team is partnering with Rise Against Hunger to host a meal-packing event Saturday, April 13, at the Wake Forest Boys & Girls Club, 325 S. … more
PRINCETON — Authorities say a state trooper shot and injured an armed driver during a Thursday afternoon traffic stop. The shooting happened around 1 p.m. after Sgt. J.M. Dorsey pulled over a … more
KNIGHTDALE — A man accused of breaking into a Wake Forest home in early February was found and arrested by deputies last week. Timothy James Crowe, 28, is facing a felony charge after he was … more
YOUNGSVILLE — A Franklin County man turned himself in on child-sex charges March 29 after state and local authorities raided his home and issued warrants for his arrest. Jeremy Ward Crawford, a … more
RALEIGH ­— A man standing trial this week on charges that he shot to death three of his Wake Forest neighbors in 2016 had to be forcibly removed from the courtroom Monday after shouting … more
WAKE FOREST — A pair of Wake Forest High School seniors will head to Orlando, Florida, next month to compete against some of the brightest minds in the world as part of DECA’s High School … more
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