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1812 re-enactors here Saturday

By David Leone WAKE FOREST — The British are coming! The famous cry by Paul Revere in the run-up to the American Revolution notwithstanding, the British came back once again, from 1812-14, in what is now referred to as the War of 1812. Fifteen to 20 War of 1812 re-enactors are...
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Towns ready for Easter Egg hunts

Its an annual spring tradition kids love — participating in area Easter Egg hunts. Wake Forest Parks and Recreation will start the season off April 5 with the town’s Easter Egg Hunt at E. Carroll Joyner Park, 701 Harris Road. Children ages 3 and younger will hunt for eggs...
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Meet your candidates

YOUNGSVILLE — Meet and hear from many of the candidates running for office in Franklin County, including for Sheriff, tonight (Thursday) from 6 to 8 p.m. at the National Guard Armory 142 Youngsville Blvd. (U.S. 1-A) across from Youngsville Elementary. Light refreshments will be...

Rate hike or grant?

Franklinton’s 100-year-old pipes need replacing. By Todd Allen FRANKLINTON — The Franklinton Town Board unanimously approved the application of a grant for $3 million to replace old clay sewer pipes dating back as far as the 1890s and also to upgrade a pump station in a special...
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WW II hero honored

By Lt. Col. Lisa Armour Franklin County Composite Squadron LOUISBURG — Former Franklin County resident and World War II veteran, the late Lieutenant Colonel George Lumpkin, U.S. Marine Corp. Reserve, was honored March 15 at the Triangle North Executive Airport. The flagpole and a...