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The Zebulon Times and the Southern Nash News print edition will merge with Wilson Times Co. publications, announced Mark Cone, the founder of both titles and president of Cone Publications. As … more
WAKE FOREST — LAUNCH Wake Forest graduated its second class Tuesday at the Renaissance Centre. There were 20 graduates in the class. The event was led by Wake Forest Rotary Club President Brad … more
ZEBULON — A tornado with winds up to 115 mph tore through a 17-mile stretch of eastern Wake County on Monday, destroying homes, blocking highways, flipping vehicles, tearing down trees and power … more
WAKE FOREST — Wake Forest Town Manager Kip Padgett on Tuesday unveiled a proposed annual budget that would absorb unexpected costs associated with employee retirement while maintaining the town’s … more
A pancake breakfast is scheduled for Sunday from 8 a.m. to noon at Walter E. Cole American Legion Hall, 225 E. Holding Ave., Wake Forest. The cost is $5 per person, and children under 11 years old … more
WAKE FOREST — Recycling and waste companies are asking the nation’s cities and towns for more money to make up for lost profits, and Wake Forest is no exception. The Wake Forest Board of … more
BONSAL — New Hope Valley Railway will host a Brew ‘n’ Choo ride event on Saturday, May 18, from 3-8 p.m. at its rail yard in Bonsal, located 30 minutes from Raleigh off Old U.S. 1 South on the … more
The Wake Forest Police Department investigated the following incidents and arrested the following suspects from April 30 through May 6, according to public police records. April 30 • Breaking … more
PRINCETON — Authorities say a state trooper shot and injured an armed driver during a Thursday afternoon traffic stop. The shooting happened around 1 p.m. after Sgt. J.M. Dorsey pulled over a … more
A man was shot on the hand Friday night at New Hope Village apartments on North Allen Road in Wake Forest, according to a news release from the Wake Forest Police Department. more
Jan and Hong Chen, owners of Discovery Point Child Development Center in Wake Forest, were recently honored with the Discovery Point Center of Merit Award, at the national franchise's annual … more
LOUISBURG — The Louisburg Fire Department's Maude Fest is back for another year. The concert-driven show, slated for Saturday, aims to raise money to help the fire department restore an … more
WAKE FOREST — A group of local investors has announced the second year of a program intended to stimulate the entrepreneurial spirit brought on by shows like "Shark Tank." Called "Accelerate … more
WAKE FOREST — Multiple downtown businesses and Town Hall were evacuated Tuesday morning in response to a gas leak, town officials said. The leak is at the intersection of South Taylor Street … more
YOUNGSVILLE — Some Franklin County water customers may experience low water pressure or no water Friday after a water main break.   According to Franklin County Public Utilities, the … more
WAKE FOREST — The Giving Tree announced last week that it is donating $16,000 to Wake Forest area schools. The Giving Tree board representatives are meeting with school principals, PTA members … more
WAKE FOREST — From country and blues to salsa and jazz, there’s something for all music lovers at this year’s Six Sundays in Spring concert series. Sponsored by the town of Wake Forest and … more
The Wake Forest Police Department investigated the following incidents and arrested the following suspects from April 23-29, according to public police records. more
WAKE FOREST — Area residents are invited to the 32nd Wake Forest Memorial Flag-Raising Ceremony on Monday at 11 a.m. The program will take place in Centennial Plaza, gateway to the Wake Forest Town … more
WAKE FOREST — The 39th Annual Meet in the Street festival returns to downtown Wake Forest on Saturday, May 4. Presented by the Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by Atlantic Tire … more
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