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Gobbler’s Run raises $35k

From left, Jessica Bullock, Wake Forest Boys & Girls Club director, and Cat Redd, race director, show off a new permanent sponsor board provided by Capital Sign Solutions for the annual Gobbler’s Run 5K. The November race included more than 2,000 participants, a number of...
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Rolesville collecting trees

ROLESVILLE — The town’s waste collection contractor will be collecting Christmas trees for recycling as part of the regular yard waste collection. All decorations and lights will need to be removed first. The town of Rolesville contracts out the collection of all yard waste. Pick...
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Holding honored as Citizen of Year

ROLESVILLE — A familiar figure to most in and around the town of Rolesville was singled out Monday night for special recognition. Ellen Holding was called to stand before the commissioners and a room full of family and friends and listen while Mayor Frank Eagles read off a litany...
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Coroner: Murder victim died from heart failure

Alleged mugging is secondary cause. By David Leone RALEIGH — An autopsy report reveals an assault victim died of respiratory failure brought on by an attempted mugging. Britis Andruce Previlon, 32, 9321 River Haven Place, Raleigh, just south of the Neuse River, was arrested for...
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Shooting is apparently popular.

Christmas has come and gone, and a lot of homes have new games sitting in their entertainment collection. During the holidays I visited a couple friends and experienced Battlefield 4 and Call of Duty: Ghosts for the first time. For readers who don’t know, these are first person...

Internship application deadline Jan. 17

RALEIGH — The Youth Advocacy and Involvement Office within the department of administration announced Monday that they are accepting additional applications for the 2014 State Government Internship Program for select projects. The program has 23 remaining paid internship projects...
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This Week in History 1-9

In a recurring feature, The Wake Weekly looks back at what happened this week throughout the years. 1924 •The mercury in Wake Forest fell to as low as 9 degrees Fahrenheit over the weekend, causing water pipes to freeze and burst in houses all over town and in a dormitory...

News items, bad and good

by Russell Capps As one follows the news events from day to day, it appears the bad news means more to the media than any good news. As we address some current happenings, let’s begin with coverage of a bad focus. Highly-touted Fox News host Bill O’Reilly has written books. His...

Mobile home sales tax goes up

by Scott Mooneyham Now into the new tax year, state legislators are hearing another round of complaints about their tax changes, these involving how mobile and modular homes are taxed. On New Year’s Day, the cost of mobile and modular homes jumped as the state began applying the...