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Local mothers encourage gun safety

By David Allen WAKE FOREST — Moms Demand Action, in unison with Moms Uprising, met Wednesday afternoon in front of Wake Forest’s Staples to protest the company’s allowance of personal defense firearms on its property. This is a part of an ongoing national campaign pressuring...
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Always shut your doors

Video games in general put you in the shoes of the good guy, or at the very least a semi-morally conscious anti-hero. But all of that goody-two-shoes mentality gets thrown out the window when someone threatens to steal a hard hour’s work of farming materials in Rust. The game is...
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It’s party time, No-La style

Mardi Gras returns to Wake Forest this Saturday. By David Leone WAKE FOREST — Love the idea of Mardi Gras, but not so much the drunken revelry often associated with it? Wake Forest has the answer this Saturday, with its second annual family-friendly Mardi Gras street festival...

Come 4th, volunteers

WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest 4th of July committee is looking for volunteers. Whether you’ve served before or are new in town and would like to get involved planning the 2014 festivities, you’re invited to attend a meeting Monday, March 3, at 6:30 p.m. in one of the side rooms...

Sheriff’s Citizen Academy returns March 18

LOUISBURG — Franklin County Sheriff’s Office is starting its 11th Citizens Academy March 18, 6 p.m. at the CenturyLink office at 14111 Capital Blvd. Wake Forest. For an application or the schedule of speakers, see tiny.cc/fcsheriffacad. For questions contact Sgt. Tharrington at...