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Local student accepted to N.C. School of Science and Math

WAKE FOREST — Jack Briones, 16, son of Alan and Lynn Briones of Wake Forest, has been accepted to the North Carolina School of Science and Math (NCSSM) for the 2014 and 2015 school years. A straight-A student who scored a perfect 800 on his math SAT, Briones is a sophomore at...
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Meet in the Street Saturday

More food, more crafts, more everything at annual Wake Forest street fest. By David Leone WAKE FOREST — Three streets. 15,000 estimated visitors. 120 arts and craft vendors. Two staging areas. Multiple performers, acrobats, bands and food trucks. And one beer garden. The 34th...
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Cow Patty Bingo debuts May 10

ROLESVILLE — The Rolesville Athletic Club fundraiser Cow Patty Bingo debuts May 10, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., at Rolesville High School. The event is free and features food, games, bands, booths, raffles and other family-oriented activities. Cow Patty bingo spaces will be sold for $5,...
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Five Sundays to go

Sunny weather welcomes spring music series. By David Leone WAKE FOREST — The first Six Sundays in Spring concert drew approximately 800 attendees on a sunny afternoon at Joyner Park. The jazz trio Hot at Nights kept cool under a tent while entertaining the guests from 5-7 p.m....