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This week in history – June 12, 2014

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1964 •Wake County commissioners are resolved to hire a county manager. Until now, the administrative duties for running the county government have been handled by Commissioner...
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Buddies wanted for Brooke’s Bash

By Clellie Allen ROLESVILLE — Two years ago, the community in and around Rolesville came together to raise money for Brooke Parrish a then-12-year-old with a rare liver disorder, in need of transplant. Two years later, Brooke still needs the transplant and is on the liver...

Suspect threatened officers with gun

Police sergeant fired weapon in response, injured fellow officer. By David Leone WAKEFIELD — The Raleigh Police Department has released a preliminary report of the May 29 domestic incident that led to a sergeant shooting and wounding a fellow officer. Additional charges have also...
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Youngsville weighs $1.38 million budget tonight

By Clellie Allen YOUNGSVILLE — Town commissioners will take action on the proposed 2014-15 budget tonight (Thursday). Although the town has worked diligently to curb spending and boost its fund balance the last few years, it will still be a squeeze for commissioners to cover the...

Raleigh expands budget, raises taxes

Manager claims it’s time to invest in the community. By Clellie Allen RALEIGH — The city council approved the new, $754 million 2014-15 budget Monday, increasing spending 6.6 percent from the current year and raising property taxes by 2.12 cents. “Population and service demand...
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Celebrating For Old Times Sake

June 19 marks the antique store’s five-year anniversary with a special event for the public Special to The Wake Weekly by Natalie Costantino WAKE FOREST — Creaky floors, squeaky doors, golden-age music and a white tin ceiling are among the characteristics one first notices when...
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What you should take from E3 this year

How do I start? There are too many words and emotions raging inside me after watching all of E3’s first day. Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft and Sony have all come out and wowed me, and some more than others. Choosing just a single game from the All-Star Lineup that was talked about is...
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Gamers: Electronic Expo Expectations

Hardcore gamers like me and my friend on the opposite side of this article are staying on top of a special event taking place this week. It is known as the Electronic Entertainment Expo, E3 for short. Every year, entertainment companies showcase their upcoming works and debut...
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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...