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Charity brewing

WAKE FOREST — From left, White Street Brewing Company (WSBC) owner Dino Radosta gives Laura Terry, director of the Franklin County Boys & Girls Club, a check for $1,500. The money is profit he made from selling a beer that was the winner of a homebrewers challenge in April....

Smart Start to host county application session

WAKE FOREST — Smart Start at the Northern Regional Center will host a Wake County Pre-K application session for the 2014-15 school year Jan. 21 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at 350 E. Holding Ave., Room 163. Eligible children will be four years old by Aug. 31. Applicants must bring a copy...

Like being a firing range target at my first Guard drills in 1952

Roving The new year started me thinking, as usual, about so many things which are now different from those of many bygone years. When I came to Wake Forest in 1952 as a transplanted Yankee from New Jersey, I never thought about the differences between the northern and southern...

EPA looks to tighten woodstove regulations

WASHINGTON D.C. — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing standards for the amount of air pollution that can be emitted by new woodstoves and heaters, beginning in 2015. The agency’s proposal would make the next generation of stoves and heaters an estimated 80...
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Business Briefs – Jan. 9, 2014

Estate planning workshop •Jim Staples, financial advisor with Edward Jones, and Keith Shackleford of Warren Shackleford Attorneys, in conjunction with The Prudential Insurance Company of America, will host a free comprehensive estate planning workshop Jan. 23 at 6:30 p.m. at...