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Spring showers may bring more than flowers

Wake County Extension Master Gardeners can help after record wet year. RALEIGH — While 2013 ranked as the eighth wettest year on record, it was the wettest year without a tropical storm event. And rainfall to date in 2014 in the Triangle area also is keeping ahead of average. The...
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Volunteers beautify Franklin Street

More than 50 volunteers joined forces Feb. 9, and with the help of sponsors Sheetz and Fonville Morisey Realty, collected in excess of 30 bags of trash along the road leading up to the intersection of Franklin Street and Rogers Road in the Heritage neighborhood.

Parenting seminar Saturday

RALEIGH — Have you ever wondered how to be a better parent, or how to teach your child to be responsible, committed, confident, reliable and conscientious? How can you help your child withstand peer pressure? A free seminar for women — Parenting Part II, Matters of the Heart — is...

Help with hazard mitigation planning

WAKE FOREST — Wake County is working with Wake Forest and its other municipalities to develop a multi-jurisdictional hazard mitigation plan to identify and assess the community’s natural hazard risks and determine how to best minimize and manage those risks. An established plan...

Time to revive, rename that resolution

Statistics show that only 8 percent of resolution makers actually meet their goals. Wow, that’s astounding! If only the excitement of the goal planning and the hope of change that the new year brings would last more than a few weeks, maybe we would get somewhere. I am here to...