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Well testing complete

Long term mitigation for poisoned water still in question by David Leone STONY HILL — Those homeowners who haven’t yet found the toxin trichloroethylene  (TCE) in their well water can breathe a little easier. The Environmental Protection Agency has finished testing well and...

One surprise in Rolesville budget

by Clellie Allen ROLESVILLE — When Rolesville Town Manager Bryan Hicks presented the proposed 2013-14 budget Tuesday night, there were no surprises in store for commissioners who had been working to balance town needs and resources since January. The commissioners, however, had...

Prayers, donations needed for coma patient

by Carrie C. Causey YOUNGSVILLE — Harold Willamson Sr. said he knows hospital costs are increasing, but he tries not to let them bother him. “The hospital bills are rolling in, and that’s a fact of life that the hospital has to be paid for, but you can’t put a price on your son,”...
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‘Private’ fire department assailed

Town annexes property for future fire station over Jenkins Road residents’ appeals by David Leone WAKE FOREST — There must have been talking points. A half dozen neighborhood residents voiced objections to the Wake Forest Fire Department request to annex 1505 and 1509 Jenkins...
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Sign of the times

by David Allen WAKE FOREST — A two-man construction crew consisting of Bill Green and Chuck McCartney chiseled the “Rolesville” from the large sign outside of the Wake Forest-Rolesville High School May 16. The new Rolesville High is slated to open in August and the current school...