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This week in history – Mar. 13, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1924 •Advertised in the Old Gold & Black is the following house for sale fronting the Wake Forest College campus: “Seventeen rooms, slate roof, water and lights. Price,...
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For the love of music

Band experiences in high school can be costly, but the results are worth it. By Clellie Allen WAKE FOREST — Cost of a sousaphone — $5,000; participation in one season of marching band — $500; learning lessons of responsibility, hard work and dedication? Priceless. Spend just five...
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Acclaimed pianist here Sunday

Virginia Tull music series designed to lift the spirit. By David Leone WAKE FOREST — Praised in the New York Times for his enthusiastic style and unflagging energy, Randall Atcheson, renowned pianist, is playing locally Sunday. Atcheson presents an approximately 90-minute concert...

Youngsville considers housing standards tonight

YOUNGSVILLE — The town board of commissioners will hold six public hearings in addition to other work, when they meet tonight (Thursday) at 7 p.m.. Three of the hearings will revolve around the town’s ordinances concerning abandoned, nuisance and junked vehicles. Comments will be...
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Rolesville board to hold public hearings

Five hearings planned for Tuesday. By Clellie Allen ROLESVILLE — Town commissioners are set to hold five public hearings at their next meeting Tues., March 18, including three text amendments to the unified development ordinance (UDO), an amendment to the Open Space and Greenway...