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Wake Forest High School freshman Graham Otten, left, and sophomore Alex Greaves rehearse for the school's production of "Freak Friday: The Musical." Contributed photo

Wake Forest students to stage ‘Freaky Friday’

WAKE FOREST — It’s going to get a little “Freaky” in Wake Forest the next few weeks. Wake Forest Renaissance Arts Productions will present “Freaky Friday: The Musical” March 28-30 and …

The Wake Weekly unveils new website

WAKE FOREST — The Wake Weekly launched a newer, sleeker website March 15 as part of its print and digital redesign. The website will feature stories found in the print edition of the paper as …

Youngsville board approves additional financial duties for administrator Cordeiro

YOUNGSVILLE — In its first meeting since swearing-in new town administrator Phillip Cordeiro last month, the Youngsville Board of Commissioners granted him additional financial duties at the March …

Wake Forest Commissioners approve rezoning of 77.09 acres

WAKE FOREST — Following a unanimous vote by the town planning board earlier this month, the Wake Forest Board of Commissioners approved a rezoning request of 77.09 acres located near the 500 block …

‘Multicultural Day’ to celebrate cultural diversity Saturday

WAKE FOREST – The Wake Forest Human Relations Council is inviting residents to the inaugural Multicultural Day set for Saturday from 1-4 p.m. at the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre, 405 S. Brooks …
‘Multicultural Day’ to celebrate cultural diversity Saturday

WAKE FOREST – The Wake Forest Human Relations Council is inviting residents to the inaugural Multicultural Day set for Saturday from 1-4 p.m. at the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre, 405 S. Brooks …

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WILSON TIMES NEWS
County panel: Build new animal shelter ‘as quick as we can’

County commissioners want to expedite plans to build a new animal shelter that would more than triple the current shelter’s capacity for stray dogs and cats. On Tuesday, the county’s Animal …

Atlantic Coast Pipeline developer to launch Supreme Court appeal

Hemp risk and reward: Regional meeting shows high interest in newly legal crop

New eatery combines barbecue styles, flavors

Wreck victim identified as Wilson County man

THE ENTERPRISE NEWS
‘Education is the key’: School unlocked future for 3 decades of black children

Vashti Perry, the daughter of a former slave, went to school, completed high school and began a legacy of education in her family that now includes three generations of college graduates. Perry …

Spring Hope museum celebrates local sports

Spring Hope to consider electronic gaming center

Embers to headline 2019 pumpkin festival

COLUMNS
Will we too just go our way?

In our last editorial, we talked about the seriousness of the grave threat of socialism from within. Anyone who has observed our nation’s track over the past 30 years or so has good reason to ask, …

DG Martin

Real barbecue and small towns: Enjoy them while you can

Is it just one more small-town business that has closed its doors? Or is there more to it? For North Carolina barbecue lovers, last week’s closure of Wilber’s in Goldsboro was like the loss …

Tom Campbell

‘We just want to fight with each other’

Nancy McFarlane is my mayor. She has led Raleigh through explosive growth, including a new train station, the purchase of Dix Park, promotion of Raleigh as an arts scene and tourist destination and …