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WAKE FOREST — Beginning Monday, the Wake Forest Loop, a fare-free bus service for residents traveling within Wake Forest and a portion of Wakefield, will expand its route to include six all-day … more
HENDERSON — Vance-Granville Community College and the Association of College and University Educators have partnered to offer a nationally-recognized faculty development program in evidence-based … more
HENDERSON The Kerr-Tar Regional Council of Governments is rolling out an Open for Business loan program to aid small and local companies negatively affected by COVID-19. This loan program is … more
DURHAM — Jerry Edmonds III, a vice president at Vance-Granville Community College, is among 25 people recently appointed to serve on the inaugural North Carolina Black Entrepreneurship Council … more
(The Center Square) – Thousands of convicted felons in North Carolina can vote in the November election after a court found the state’s voting rights law unconstitutional. A three-judge Wake … more
The following is a list of arrests made Sept. 2-8 by the Knightdale, Rolesville, Wake Forest, Wendell and Zebulon police departments. All information is from public law enforcement records. Sept. … more
The following is a list of arrests made Sept. 2-8 by the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office. All information is from public law enforcement records. Sept. 2 • Richard Eugene Miller, … more
LOUISBURG — Two residents have died at a Louisburg residential care facility while 18 more residents have tested positive for COVID-19 at a Wake Forest nursing home. Southern Living for … more
WAKE FOREST — Officials are proposing cutting almost in half the number of citizen boards that advise town government. Wake Forest has 14 volunteer boards that give input on an array of … more
WAKE FOREST — The town will be ending its Music at Midday and Mardi Gras events, permanently. The fate of the film festival is up in the air. The Board of Commissioners discussed the plan … more
LOUISBURG — A Zebulon man was charged with three sex offenses involving a child under 15, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office said. Luis Alonso Sanchez, 53, of Autumn Court, Zebulon, … more
WAKE FOREST ­— The newsroom is silent. Bob Allen, longtime owner and publisher of The Wake Weekly, died Thursday around 2 p.m. at his home surrounded by family members, his family announced. He … more
WENDELL — A nonprofit organization donated 750 books to a Black cowboy who will ride across the U.S. in an effort to raise awareness of illiteracy and homelessness. The donation highlights the … more
Wildlife on Your Land webinars The N.C. Cooperative Extension will conduct a six-week series of free online seminars about wildlife management on Fridays at 1 p.m., from Sept. 4 through Oct. 9. … more
WAKE FOREST — From helping learn the alphabet to spinning the big wheel, Meg Stocking and her family have a special relationship with “Wheel of Fortune.” Stocking won $15,250 in an episode … more
RALEIGH — The YMCA of the Triangle said a day care program aimed at helping students learn remotely will help families who need somewhere children can safely participate in online school. The … more
RALEIGH — More than 170,000 water and sewer accounts are past due, according to Raleigh Water and Sewer, which services much of Wake County. Most owe less than $125. While Raleigh has the … more
RALEIGH — A couple who lives in Wake Crossroads was arrested Sunday by special agents with the N.C. Department of Insurance, officials said. Timothy Darnell Montague Jr. and Akira Veneta … more
RALEIGH — The Wake County Board of Elections is encouraging voters to cast ballots during one-stop early voting or through absentee mail-in voting to avoid coronavirus-related restrictions at … more
WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest High School band program is working on a history project this year. A team of students and parents are compiling historical artifacts about the band program. … more
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