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Adjust diet as you age

Nutrition is important for people of all ages, but it’s especially important for men and women over the age of 50, who can dramatically improve their quality of life by eating a well-balanced diet filled with vitamins and nutrients. While the baby boomer generation, which is...
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Gazetteer now online

RALEIGH — NCPedia and the N.C. Government and Heritage Library, in cooperation with the University of North Carolina Press, now make the entirety of The North Carolina Gazetteer available online through NCPedia at ncpedia.org. The free online encyclopedia features thousands of...

Soil and Water meeting April 17

LOUISBURG — The Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District board meeting is scheduled Thursday, April 17, at 9 a.m. The meeting will take place in the Soil and Water District office in the Franklin County Agricultural Services Center, 101 South Bickett Blvd., Suite B,...
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Nguyen, Liles to wed

RALEIGH — Mr. and Mrs. Son Van Nguyen, of Raleigh, announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy Nhung Nguyen to Derek Jackson Liles, both also of Raleigh. Parents of the groom are Ms. Sue Liles, of Raleigh, and Mr. Mitchell Liles, of Chocowinity, N.C. Grandparents of the...
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HerbFest returns for 15th year

WAKE FOREST — As part of the Wake Forest Outdoors series of spring events, HerbFest returns to Festival Park, 525 S. White St., April 19-28. A large selection of non-GMO organic herbs, heritage tomatoes, heirloom vegetable plants and locally grown perennials will be available for...

The nutritive power of apples

Who has not heard the old adage, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”? It may seem unlikely that one fruit could be so effective at maintaining good health, but apples really are a super food. Apples are a member of the rose family and are related to pears, peaches, apricots...
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New Wake Commissioner appointed

By Juliet McDonald RALEIGH — Rich Gianni was appointed to the Wake County Board of Commissioners Monday. He fills the District 3 seat vacated by Tony Gurley who has taken a position in Gov. Pat McCrory’s administration as chief operating officer for the Office of State Budget and...
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Payback is sweet

LOUISBURG — Wake Electric held its 2014 annual meeting March 28 with 574 members, plus their guests, attending in the Louisburg College Auditorium. Attendees heard reports on the current plans and programs of Wake Electric from Phil Price, chief operating officer and assistant...

Business Briefs – Apr. 10, 2014

King named police chief Louisburg native Keith King has been hired by the city of Creedmoor as their new chief of police. King was sworn in March 25. Still a resident of Louisburg, King is a 10-year law enforcement veteran who began his career in the Franklin County Sheriff’s...