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WAKE FOREST — Amy and John Stephens are the new kids on the block. The couple are the new owners of Sugar Magnolia Café, the quaint and darling downtown Wake Forest shop known for tea parties … more
Community Briefs Hopkins Fire Department meeting Biannual meeting of the Hopkins Rural Fire Department will be held Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the fire station. All members are encouraged to attend. … more
WENDELL — The town of Wendell is hosting its Wendell Wonderland theme to support the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation. This year’s theme, Elves in Toyland, involves accepting holiday gift … more
ZEBULON — Zebulon residents packed the downtown area Friday night for the town’s annual Christmas Tree Lighting. The event, sponsored by the town of Zebulon, the Zebulon Chamber of Commerce, … more
FRANKLINTON — Students at Wilton Elementary School received a treat Nov. 15 when they were visited by guest speakers from the community who came to share about their careers. A total of 15 … more
FRANKLINTON — A man wanted for shooting into a car and injuring a man turned himself in to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office last week. Marquis Terrell Copeland, 35, was wanted for assault … more
The proposed merger of BB&T and SunTrust cleared one of the final hurdles last week as federal regulators approved the $28.2 billion deal. “We are pleased to have received regulatory … more
WAKE FOREST — The gown of Wake Forest is introducing important changes aimed at increasing citizen awareness of scheduled public hearings. The first involves a redesign of the gown’s public … more
WAKE FOREST — TripsWithPets, an online pet travel guide, is hosting Jingle Paws to Benefit K9s For Warriors as part of their 3rd Annual Partners for Animal Welfare Series. This dog-friendly … more
WAKE FOREST — During its normal monthly meeting on Nov. 19, the Wake Forest Board of Commissioners received the results of an independent audit report from Cherry Bekaert LLP for the period July 1, … more
CARY — Franklin Academy's boys soccer team overcame a 2-0 deficit by scoring three unanswered goals to beat Christ the King High School 3-2 in the 1A state championship at WakeMed Soccer Park in … more
CARY — After going 23 years since their last state title, Wake Forest's boys soccer team brought a championship back home with a 2-0 win over R.J. Reynolds from Winston-Salem in the 4A state … more
YOUNGSVILLE — Town officials selected a Knightdale police lieutenant to be the new head of the Youngsville Police Department. Greg Whitley will be sworn in Dec. 2, the town announced Monday. … more
RALEIGH — Six distinguished North Carolinians were presented the North Carolina Award, the state’s highest honor, by Gov. Roy Cooper at a Nov. 16 ceremony at the Raleigh Convention Center. The … more
WAKE FOREST — The developer of a planned 956-home subdivision off Averette Road will make changes to its plans after neighbors and elected officials expressed concern about the size of the … more
WAKE FOREST — Three dogs and two cats made it out of a burning Wake Forest home unharmed Tuesday afternoon, although the house was heavily damaged in the blaze. Firefighters responded to the … more
WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest High School Theatre Department along with the Wake Forest Renaissance Arts Productions Drama Boosters are selling sponsorships of live Christmas trees that will be … more
WAKE FOREST — A local nurse practitioner has launched a telemedicine clinic that offers North Carolina patients personal online medical care and counseling from their smartphone or … more
The following is a list of arrests made Nov. 14-20 by the Knightdale, Rolesville, Wake Forest, Wendell and Zebulon police departments. All information is from public law enforcement records. Nov. … more
WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department invited local families to participate in the second annual Family Gobblequest last Saturday at E. Carroll Joyner … more
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