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Harp concert will benefit the hungry

Once-destitute woman returns to area to pay it forward through music. By David Leone WAKE FOREST — When Jasmine Hogan first took up playing the harp, her family was penniless and had to rely on trips to Tri-Area Ministry for food and clothing. Now she’s found a way to pay it...
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Girasole’s Italian menu is finito

Restaurant being remade, renamed Farm Table, with all locally grown food. By David Leone WAKE FOREST — The farm-to-table movement is coming to town, but diners don’t have to wait for a new restaurant to be built. Girasole Trattoria is reworking its interior and its menu to...
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This Week In History – June 26, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1964 •The Wake Forest Rural Fire Department has a new, $14,400, pumper truck with exterior controls, a 750-gallon per minute flow and 500 gallon booster tank. It replaces the 1942...
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Rolesville eyes downtown property

By Clellie Allen ROLESVILLE — The board of commissioners gave the go ahead to town staff to pursue negotiations for three parcels of land at the corner of South Main and West Young streets Tuesday night. The three pieces, totaling just under an acre, lie adjacent to a 9.67-acre...
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Old tree suddenly snaps

By David Allen WAKE FOREST – Marcia Klinder’Badgley of 709 Mill Street was spending the afternoon baking in her kitchen when she heard a loud noise. “I heard a rumbling kind of rolling sound, it reminded me of earthquakes in California,” Marcia recalled. “I looked out and this...