Pate’s great race

Last fall, Brian Pate, right, the announcer at Heritage High football games, was chided by...

Buddies wanted for Brooke’s Bash

By Clellie Allen ROLESVILLE — Two years ago, the community in and around Rolesville came...

Raleigh expands budget, raises taxes

Manager claims it’s time to invest in the community. By Clellie Allen RALEIGH — The city...

Celebrating For Old Times Sake

June 19 marks the antique store’s five-year anniversary with a special event for the public...

Rock on Friday at Art After Hours

By Kathi McCorkle WAKE FOREST — The musically gifted students of guitar maestro Bob Meyer will...

Franklinton cottons to art stroll

Special to  The Franklin Weekly by Donna Campbell Smith FRANKLINTON — More than 50 people...

Car show stops White Street traffic Saturday

WAKE FOREST — Auto enthusiasts of all stripes don’t want to miss Saturday’s Wake Forest’s...

The puppets return

WAKE FOREST — The Carolina Puppet Theatre returns to the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre, 405 S....

Franklinton High big grant winners

FRANKLINTON — Franklinton High School was recently awarded more than $16,000 in grants by the...

Come Fourth, let’s celebrate

WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest Fourth of July celebration is just a few weeks away. The...

Father’s Day Contest Winners

Both winners of the 2014 Father’s Day Wake Weekly art contest are second-grade students in...

Polling place changes for July 15 second primary

RALEIGH — The Wake County Board of Elections has transferred five polling sites to temporary...

Wake Forest Library announces June happenings

The focus is on kids of all ages in June at the Wake Forest Community Library, 400 E. Holding...

Medication drop boxes installed

WAKE COUNTY — Medication Drop Boxes have been permanently installed at two Wake Coun...

Haws gets win at Hickory

HICKORY — Brayton Haws, a ninth grader at Franklinton High School, got his first career Late...

Baker-Graney wed

WAKE FOREST — Emily Ann Baker and Justin James Graney were wed May 31, 2014, at The Sunset Inn...

North Carolina Wildlife Briefs, – June 12, 2014

RALEIGH — The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC) will open approximately 64 miles of...

Police dept. offers Camp C.A.R.E.

ROLESVILLE — A free summer camp for kids ages 9-12 is scheduled July 28-Aug. 1 at Rolesville...

Town advisory boards’ openings

WAKE FOREST — The town has vacancies on three advisory boards, the planning board, the cemetery...

Gluten Free now at new market

ROLESVILLE — Rolesville residents Adam and Sarah Stokes are thrilled the new farmers market is...

Franklinton students learn valuable business skills

By David Allen FRANKLINTON — A new kind of honors class has been making waves at Franklionton...

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