Bryan pleads guilty to tax charges

WAKE FOREST — A Wake County businessman pleaded guilty Friday in Wake County District Court to tax charges filed by the North Carolina Department of Revenue. Antonio L. Bryan, 42, of 570 Timberknoll Lane, Wake Forest, pleaded guilty on Oct. 10 to two counts of willful failure to...

Scoreboard — Oct. 16, 2014

Reported Oct. 8 – Oct. 14 Here are area scores reported directly from teams or from the NCHSAA-sanctioned MaxPreps.com. Any coach or parent can submit scores or other sport info to sports@wakeweekly.com Heritage High School Football, 6-1 overall; win at Enloe, 20-12. Boys...

Wolverines No. 2 seed in conference playoffs

Wakefield 0 Millbrook 3 by David Allen WAKE FOREST – Wakefield High School’s volleyball team hosted Millbrook Monday for a conference match. The game started out with both teams playing evenly in the first set, but it was Millbrook who won it, 25-19. “Millbrook, to their credit,...

Business Briefs — Oct. 16, 2014

Wammock at N.C. State Fair Wammock Utility Buildings will feature a line of storage buildings at the N.C. State Fair, Oct. 16-26. Located at Louisburg and Rocky Mount, Wammock manufactures utility buildings and gazebos locally with first quality materials. A 4-foot by 4-foot ramp...

Red Rams take down Unicorns in colossal match

Franklinton 2 NCSSM 0 by Marty Simpkins FRANKLINTON — The North Carolina School of Science and Math soccer team were undefeated in conference. That is until Franklinton came along. The Red Rams defeated the Unicorns 2-0 last Wednesday at home in a game that put Franklinton at the...