Learn how to raise business capital the right way

LOUISBURG — Vance Granville Community College will host a free seminar on raising business capital Jan. 29 at the Franklin campus, 8100 N.C. 56 in Louisburg. Entitled ‘Raising Business Capital: FAQ’s for Entrepreneurs and Small Businesspersons,’ the session will be conducted by...

Pool project funded

Town receives favorable finance rate for Holding Park pool fix-up. By David Leone WAKE FOREST — Remember last August when a suggestion that was floated to close the Holding Park pool rather than pay for repairs was met with widespread condemnation? Checks are almost in the bank...
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Princess volunteers at food bank

WAKE FOREST — The newly crowned 2013-14 National All-American Miss Princess, seven-year-old Skyla Woodard of Wake Forest, volunteers twice a month at the Food Bank of Eastern and Central North Carolina, sorting and repackaging bulk food into family-sized portions.  She says it...
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This Week inHistory – Jan. 23, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1924 •Wake Forest commissioners  T. Holding Sr., A.J. Davis, S.W. Brewer and R.M. Squires met last week with Sprunt Hill, highway division agent in Durham about a plan to route the...
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Koinonia auction fundraiser Feb. 8

WAKE FOREST — For town residents who like to bag a bargain and help a neighbor at the same time, Feb. 8 is the date to mark, as the annual Koinonia Cares Charity Auction takes place at The Forks Cafeteria, 339 South Brooks St. With $30 paid admission at the door, attendees will...