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Sign of the times

by David Allen WAKE FOREST — A two-man construction crew consisting of Bill Green and Chuck McCartney chiseled the “Rolesville” from the large sign outside of the Wake Forest-Rolesville High School May 16. The new Rolesville High is slated to open in August and the current school...

Suspects caught in home invasion

by Carrie C. Causey YOUNGSVILLE — Two men were apprehended after a home invasion on Cureton Drive, Youngsville, May 18 just after midnight. Franklin County Sheriff’s deputies arrived at the home after the resident said two men burst into his house. He was hit with a pistol and...
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Road rage turns violent

by Carrie C. Causey WAKE FOREST — A Raleigh resident is accused of choking another driver following an accident on U.S. 1. “It was a classic case of road rage,” said Wake Forest Police spokesman Bill Crabtree. May 13 just before 7 p.m., Ivan Afanador, 57, 1017 Penselwood Drive,...
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Graduates charged to speak the truth

by David Leone WAKE FOREST — Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and the College at Southeastern graduated 234 at commencement exercises Friday. During the graduation of nearly 65 students from the The College at Southeastern, seminary President Daniel Akin challenged the...
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Shooting on Louisburg’s Schloss Street — On Patrol, week of May 23, 2013

LOUISBURG — A 17-year-old Warrenton man has been arrested for felony attempted first-degree murder after he allegedly shot someone in the stomach. According to a report filed by Deputy K. Perry, Dennis Jordan Collier, 1018 Limer Town Road, Warrenton, was at a home on Schloss Road...