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Golfers chip-in $27,000 for charity

WAKEFIELD — A team consisting of Frank and Rich DeMarco, Ken Weeks and Eric Glenn had the best score in the 4th annual Knights of Columbus Charity Golf Tournament Monday. But the real winner is the community, as the Knights raised more than $27,000 from this year’s tourney for...
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Just jump in and play

Like many of you, I like to relax and unwind by playing a non-stressful video game. What do I mean by that? Well, I am referring to games that are not all that competitive, or a game that is easy to play and I know will give me a good time. But this isn’t always that easy to do;...
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Cougars win on senior night

By David Allen Staff Writer WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest Lady Cougars soccer team has had a tough season so far, but that didn’t stop them from giving it their best shot Thursday against Enloe. With the seniors leading the team, the Cougars were able to score a goal to win the...
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Take a chance sometime

Sometimes gamers can get caught up with popular titles and they tend to overlook the less-advertised games. This week I would like to put on display a hidden gem named Asura’s Wrath for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. This game was released in early 2012 and it lost its hype very...

Broadband task force to hold info sessions

WAKE FOREST — The broadband task force seeking to bring high speed broadband Internet service to Wake Forest invites residents to a series of informational sessions, beginning May 12, from 6 to 7 p.m., at the Renaissance Centre, 405 S. Brooks St. The sessions are designed to...

Meet Cookie (the dog)

LOUISBURG — The Coffee Hound Book Shop hosts a book signing and puppet show Saturday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., to introduce Meet Cookie (the dog), an illustrated song and picture paperback book package with CD. Author Paula C. Snyder and illustrator and puppeteer Mac McCord will be...

Cooperative Extension offers classes

FRANKLIN COUNTY — The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office and the Franklin County Senior Center have partnered for an informative series on avoiding scams. Three workshops are scheduled: today, May 29, and June 17, all from 9 to 10:15 a.m at the senior center, 127 Shannon Village,...

Business Briefs – May 8, 2014

Cancer Center expands oncology service The Franklin County Cancer Center announces Keith Lerro, MD, PhD has joined the staff. Lerro is a board-certified medical oncologist and hematologist specializing in caring for cancer patients and those with blood disorders, and was featured...