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Rock on Friday at Art After Hours

By Kathi McCorkle WAKE FOREST — The musically gifted students of guitar maestro Bob Meyer will perform a concert on the porch at the Give To Live Guitar Studio at 216 E. Jones St. Friday night at downtown Wake Forest’s Art After Hours. The show starts at 6:30 p.m. with youths...
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Repeat arrestees nabbed

By Clellie Allen WAKE FOREST — Daniel Edward Landry, 31, 623 Jubilee Court, was arrested at 12000 Capital Blvd. and charged with possession with intent to sell or deliver ecstasy, possession with intent to sell or deliver marijuana, possession with intent to sell or deliver...
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Franklinton cottons to art stroll

Special to  The Franklin Weekly by Donna Campbell Smith FRANKLINTON — More than 50 people moseyed through downtown Franklinton June 5 for Franklin County Arts Council’s first Art Stroll. The event filled parking spaces on both sides of the street. Franklinton’s mayor, Elic...

Car show stops White Street traffic Saturday

WAKE FOREST — Auto enthusiasts of all stripes don’t want to miss Saturday’s Wake Forest’s annual Charity Car Show on South White Street. Close to 200 prized and polished cars and trucks will be on display from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with proceeds from the show going to Wounded Warriors...
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Upton on board with the Midshipmen

By David Allen Staff Writer WAKEFIELD — Pursuing a military career, Heritage’s Graham Upton will be attending the United States Naval Academy (USNA) in the fall after signing in February to play baseball with the Midshipmen.  Upton was initially offered the scholarship in January...

Legislators improve reading initiative

The General Assembly did something unusual June 5. Legislators admitted there were problems with a law enacted in 2012, worked in a bipartisan fashion to amend it, and probably saved what is an important, well-meaning initiative from causing more harm than good. Read to Achieve,...

Club changes lives

To the editor: Talk to any club alumni and you’ll hear the story of their first encounter with the Boys & Girls Clubs. Talk to them a little longer and you’ll hear how that encounter molded their childhoods and their lives. Here’s my story. We had just moved down from New...