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This Week In History – May 22, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1934 •Dance teacher Louise Norman Williams presents Carolinas in the Morning, a revue of her students at the Castle Theatre. Performances in the all-day revue include Dew Drop,...
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Novozymes, Atlantic Corp. receive incentive to stay, grow

By Clellie Allen LOUISBURG — County commissioners approved two incentive requests to retain and expand local business and changed the name of two roads among other business Monday night. Franklinton’s Novozymes North America, Inc. (Novozymes), Franklin County’s largest private...
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Hot dog! We have a winner!

RALEIGH — Terry McLamb, a Vietnam War veteran from Wake Forest, plans to pay off his mortgage after winning the top prize in the lottery’s $1,000 a Week for Life! game. McLamb works as a marketing coordinator for Armco, his daughter’s general contracting company. He purchased the...
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Garden yields hope for the hungry

Community comes together to grow vegetables at donated plot. By David Leone WAKE FOREST — You know how when you pull sugar snap peas from the vine and eat them, it’s as sweet and refreshing as can be? Brian Van Voorhis does. Van Voorhis is one of the organizers of a new community...
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Plans for tavern may be derailed

By Clellie Allen ROLESVILLE — Town commissioners met Tuesday evening with a full agenda of public hearings. Slated for review were a 27.37-acre residential and planned urban development rezoning, two special use permits and the town’s budget for the new fiscal year. Special-use...