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No new superintendent, yet

Wake School Board recognizes student leaders, tackles resource officer issues by Clellie Allen CARY — The Wake County School Board failed to name a superintendent during its board meeting Tuesday night, instead appointing Deputy Superintendent for School Performance Cathy Moore...
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Running red light causes estimated $27,000 damage to three cars

by Clellie Allen WAKE FOREST — The 2000 Jeep belonging to Willie Edward Rogers, 891 Long Mill Road, is loaded onto a tow truck following an accident which snarled traffic for about an hour Monday, at about 11:30 a.m. Rogers, 64, was traveling north in the left hand lane on U.S. 1...

Greenway challenged

By David Leone WAKE FOREST — Over the river and through the woods… The town of Wake Forest’s newest 2.5-mile greenway trail  project is right out of a nursery tale. It winds through wooded areas, goes under roads and crosses a number of creeks and wetlands. But for seven Heritage...
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N.C. Rep Chris Malone: Give Legislature a chance

First town hall meeting raises emotions by David Leone WAKE FOREST — The N.C. General Assembly has been hard at work with tax reform, alternative education proposals and fixing other problems left by previous legislatures, state district 35 Rep. Chris Malone said Monday. Malone,...

Youngsville utilities to get an upgrade

by Carrie C. Causey LOUISBURG — Franklin County Public Utilities will use money it has saved over the past few years to foot a more than $175,000 bill for proposed renovations to the Youngsville utility system. Since the county officially bought out the water service from...