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RALEIGH — A Franklinton man who stored and traded more than 2,200 child porn images on his computer was sentenced last week to 17.5 years in federal prison. Andrew David Phillips, 28, pleaded … more
The body of a Wake Forest High School student was discovered early Monday at Emerald Isle, according to reports from multiple news organizations. more
­RALEIGH ­— Facing requests from nearly 2,000 teachers to take the day off, the Wake County Public School System announced that it would cancel all classes on May 1. That’s the day … more
WAKE FOREST — Anne Zeneski and her husband Andrew are passionate about helping pups in need. Together, they live out that passion in the air. The Wake Forest couple spends many weekends flying … more
WAKE FOREST — Citizens and local churches are gathering Saturday to pray for a group of people event organizers believe are unsung heroes of the town: civil servants. Among those on the prayer … more
ROLESVILLE — Although a simple majority of the Rolesville Town Council approved a controversial rezoning matter, legislative protocol dictated a delay in final approval in a public hearing at the … more
The Wake Forest Police Department investigated the following incidents and arrested the following suspects from April 3-9, according to public police records. April 3 • Communicating … more
WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest Food Truck Rodeo is returning downtown Sunday to usher in its fifth year of celebrating walk-up-and-eat dining. This weekend’s event will offer more to do and … more
DURHAM — Established and aspiring authors and poets will enjoy a day of writing and networking on the shores of Falls Lake during a retreat hosted by the Franklin County Writers’ Guild. The … more
The Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce will host the first-ever Family Expo from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday at Richland Creek Community Church on the corner of Burlington Mills and Ligon Mill … more
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office investigated the following incidents and arrested the following suspects from April 2-8, according to public police records. April 2 • Communicating … more
WAKE FOREST — The town of Wake Forest is offering residents the opportunity to request and receive a free rollout yard waste cart – while they last. The town has a surplus of around 100 … more
Due to inclement weather, the first Friday Night on White has been canceled, the town announced. more
YOUNGSVILLE — In its first meeting since swearing-in new town administrator Phillip Cordeiro last month, the Youngsville Board of Commissioners granted him additional financial duties at the March … more
LOUISBURG — A federal judge recently sentenced a Louisburg woman to three years in prison for selling guns. Lindsey Nicole Underhill, 28, pawned three guns to Arrow Pawn and Jewelry in Raleigh … more
ROLESVILLE — Rolesville High School briefly locked down April 5 after someone reported seeing an unauthorized person on campus. A code red lockdown was initiated around 2:15 p.m. and the school, … more
WAKE FOREST ­— The Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation is currently accepting applications for the inaugural class of its Career Readiness Academy. Rising juniors and seniors … more
FGV Smart Start will present the Slime Walk on Saturday at Franklinton High School. Slime Walk was created to promote health and wellness in the community. Vendors be on-hand, and there will be … more
RALEIGH — A jury on Monday found Jonathan Frederick Sander guilty of three counts of first-degree murder. Sander, who killed three of his next-door Wake Forest neighbors with a shotgun in 2016, … more
WAKE FOREST — Following a unanimous vote by the town planning board earlier this month, the Wake Forest Board of Commissioners approved a rezoning request of 77.09 acres located near the 500 block … more
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