Hundreds respond to fiber survey

WAKE FOREST — In less than a week, more than 1,100 area residents have completed the Wake Forest Fiber to the Home survey. Officials say that’s nearly one-third the total number of responses they hope to get between now and the end of May. Available at...

This Week In History – Apr. 17, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1924 •New streets topped with crushed stone are being added at the rear of the Wake Forest College administration building due to traffic issues. Driveways to the north and south...

There is always something new

As a gamer, I am always looking forward to the next game that will capture my interest, whether it’s a big budget AAA game like Battlefield 4, or an independently created gem like Sanctum 2. To do this, I try to stay on top of information and news on upcoming releases, or...

Arts Council announces upcoming events

FRANKLIN COUNTY — The Franklin County Arts Council announces several upcoming workshops, exhibits and events in May and June. •May 3, 9 a.m.-noon, Speaking to the Woman Within, III: Let’s Get Real workshop at the Franklinton Public Library, 9 West Mason St. Facilitated by Jackie...

Wake revenue director tax collector of the year

RALEIGH — Wake County Revenue Director Marcus Kinrade was awarded the 2014 Tax Collector of the Year by the North Carolina Tax Collectors Association April 10. The award is given to an individual who demonstrates leadership and provides outstanding services of value to his or her...