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Democratic women to gather Aug. 28

RALEIGH — Democratic Women of Wake County will hold their monthly meeting Aug. 28. State Representatives Rosa Gill and Yvonne Holley have been invited to speak on the bills passed during the 2014 Legislature and their impact on women. The buffet line opens at 11:30 a.m., and the...
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This Week In History – Aug. 7, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1964 •The Seaboard Airline Railroad passenger station, unused since it was damaged in a fire in 1963, is being torn down and will be replaced by a modern building that includes...

Louisburg, Raleigh meet drinking water goals

RALEIGH — The N.C. Division of Water Resources’ Public Water Supply section has announced that Louisburg’s water treatment plant, along with 37 other water systems are being recognized with the North Carolina Area Wide Optimization Award. The award honors water systems for...

Livestock producers to meet

LOUISBURG — Livestock producers are invited to attend a meeting Aug. 13 at 6 p.m. at Johnny Bull’s Steakhouse, 32 Golden Leaf Drive. Guido van der Hoeven, NCSU agricultural extension economist, will present an update on changes to the farm sales tax recently passed by the N.C....

NCWORKS opens new office

RALEIGH — The Capital Area Workforce Development Board opened its new Wake County workforce development office, NCWORKS Career Center, at 1830 B Tillery Place, Raleigh, Aug. 4. Customers have access to services including: •free Internet; •employment planning; •career assessment...
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3Phoenix expands

Company lauded by town, state leaders. By David Leone WAKE FOREST — Eight months after breaking ground, defense tech company 3Phoenix is ready to expand into its second Wake Forest building. Tuesday town, chamber and state leaders joined company officials on Capcom Avenue for the...
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Teen’s loss resonates

Wakefield Wolverine football teammates of Timothy Michael Adams shared hugs all around after arriving at a memorial service for their late friend Friday at Joyner Park. “He’s always going to be in our hearts. He’s always going to be in our minds. He’s always going to be on that...
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Franklin County deputy recovering from brain infection

By Clellie Allen LOUISBURG — Franklin County Deputy Sheriff Bronson Murphy is out of the hospital, but faces months of continued treatment for a golf-ball size mass of infection on his brain, according to his wife, Lindsay Murphy. A gofundme.com site has been set up to raise...
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Planning board OKs pool plans

By Clellie Allen ROLESVILLE — Rolesville planning board members for-warded on to town commissioners all four cases that came before them Monday, with recommendations that commissioners approve them all. Planning board members reviewed the site-plan application for a...