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Glaxo lends hand to Tri-Area Ministry

WAKE FOREST — Tri-Area Ministry Food Pantry got a fresh paint job Oct. 18, 2013 when volunteers from GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) painted the outside of the building at 149 E. Holding Ave. Tri-Area supplied the materials and the GSK team supplied the labor as part of Orange Day, when...
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Discount rabies vaccines still available

FRANKLIN COUNTY — If you missed the last few rabies clinics, don’t worry, there is still opportunity to take advantage of reduced cost shots. The Tar River Veterinary Hospital is sponsoring a vaccination clinic Saturday, Nov. 16, at the Franklin County Animal Shelter 8-9 a.m....
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Basketball signup

YOUNGSVILLE — The town’s Parks and Recreation Department is still accepting fall basketball signups for boys and girls ages five-12 until Nov. 2. Interested residents may sign up on the website at youngsvilleparksandrec.com. People may sign up in person on Nov. 2 at Luddy Park,...

Creepers cause of Monday outage

By David Leone WAKE FOREST — Jeepers! Creepers, the growing kind, were to blame for the power outage that affected parts of town Monday. Power went out at around 11:15 a.m., affecting approximately 3,250 Wake Forest Power customers, shutting off traffic signals and darkening...
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Families have fun with movie show

ROLESVILLE — These kids weren’t afraid of the cold. They bundled up with their families for a dusk showing of Monster House on the football field of Rolesville Middle School, 4700 Burlington Mills Road. The showing was facilitated by the town of Rolesville Parks and Recreation...