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Wake Forest student serves as page

RALEIGH — Wake Forest High School student Chandler Britt Byrd served as a page during the recent session of the North Carolina Senate. Chandler was sponsored by Senator Brent Jackson and was appointed by the Senate president pro tempore, Phil Berger.  She is the daughter of...

Library News – June 10, 2014

Bring the little ones to the Wake Forest Community Library, 400 E. Holding Ave., for storytime. for more information, call 919-554-8498. Library hours are Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Friday and Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.  •See Spot Read. July 18, 4-5 p.m. Children are...

Duke Energy must address leaks

RALEIGH — State dam safety officials ordered Duke Energy to address a final set of piping systems in dams at six coal ash impoundments in central and eastern North Carolina. The state discovered leaks and other concerns with the piping systems while inspecting video the agency...

You decide: How can communities revive?

By Mike Walden My wife and I recently spent a long weekend in New York City celebrating our wedding anniversary. It’s amazing how time flies: This is No. 34, thank you! New York City — or simply “the City” to native New Yorkers — conjures up both negative and positive feelings....

Fake news or sign of trouble?

Of the three situations I can recall where agencies receiving large sums of taxpayer dollars wouldn’t divulge employees’ salaries, two of them ended badly. The third — involving a group of charter schools in southeastern North Carolina  — is playing out right now. In the first...