¿Necesita ayuda con Inglés? Local church reaches out to immigrants

by Jonathan McNamara WAKE FOREST — English as a second language will resume at North Wake Church, Aug. 6. Held Tuesdays, from 7-8 p.m., these classes mainly focus on speaking, pronunciation and reading. North Wake is currently conducting two classes, beginner and intermediate and...
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Meat worker embezzles beef — On Patrol, week of Aug. 1, 2013

by Clellie Allen   WAKE FOREST — A Lowe’s Foods meat department employee was arrested for felony embezzlement of more than $2,000 worth of beef primals — pieces of meat initially separated from the carcass during butchering. Jerry Ronald Early, 19, 30 Rebecca Lane,...
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Presbyterian church hires pastor

First service is Aug. 25 By David Leone WAKE FOREST — After an eight month search, Wake Forest Presbyterian has a new pastor. Rebekah Maul of Brandon, Fla. has accepted the position and begins work Aug. 19. Her first service is the following Sunday, Aug. 25. The 750-member church...

Locals indicted for mortgage fraud

Banks bilked, investors scammed, buyers left holding bill by David Leone RALEIGH — The U.S. Attorney’s Office recently announced that two Wake Forest developers and a former Rolesville attorney are among real estate industry professionals charged with mortgage and investment...
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Local groups benefit from successful car show

by Clellie Allen and David Leone WAKE FOREST — Wake Forest’s first town-sponsored auto show drew thousands of visitors and 181 vehicles June 15. Lisa Newhouse, director for the town’s Downtown Revitalization Corporation, said their original goal was to attract 75 classic cars....