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Meyer resigns from Wake Forest Middle

Club funding behind dispute by David Leone WAKE FOREST — Mike Meyer resigned his position as grade 8 guidance counselor at Wake Forest Middle School June 13. Meyer was placed on paid leave May 13, following a dispute with school officials over the way he handled the Social...
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Officer moves up to chief – Former K-9 cop David Hess now in Wilson’s Mills

by David Leone WILSON’S MILLS — Former Wake Forest Officer David Hess has a new job: police chief. Hess made the leap from a medium-sized department to a four-man force in Wilson’s Mills last week, starting June 17. “He was the best applicant we had,” said Richard Hicks, Wilson’s...

Mom cited for letting son stay out too late

by Carrie C. Causey WAKE FOREST — A mother allegedly warned to keep her son inside during certain hours of the night was cited by area police. Margaret Dunn Scott, 38, 114 Windsor Drive, Wake Forest, was cited for misdemeanor public order for a curfew violation. According to town...
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$1 mil to replace Seminary boilers

Project will tear down landmark chimney by David Leone WAKE FOREST — Sometime this year, a local landmark is coming down. The 129-foot smokestack that sits atop the boiler house at North Street and North Wingate streets will be torn down as the Southeastern Baptist Theological...
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Greenway connection discussed

WAKE FOREST — Tom LeBarge and Matt Reck, right, both residents in Deacon’s Ridge neighborhood,  look over a greenway plan Tuesday at town hall. The plan to put a connector path that would tie the sidewalks in their neighborhood and another in Cardinal Hills to the pedestrian...