Rolesville police car involved in crash

ROLESVILLE — A Rolesville police car moving through an intersection, failed to yield the right of way and collided with another vehicle, causing an estimated $23,000 damage to both vehicles combined, according to a crash report from the N.C. State Highway Patrol. Officer Shawn...
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Planning board agrees there’s no place like home

Photo: Clair Stampp regularly stops by his shed on East Young Street. Stampp lost his home and narrowly missed being killed in the April 2011 tornado that came through Rolesville. He lost his home, but is hopeful the town will change ordinances to help him and his wife, Jeannie,...
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Walmart drops Rolesville Express

Retail giant ends contract without comment by Clellie Allen ROLESVILLE — After nine months of speculation and wrangling over special-use permit restrictions, Walmart decided not to purchase the 3.36 acres of land it had under contract at the corner of Rogers Road and Grand Rock...

Rolesville renews service contract with Waste Industries

ROLESVILLE — The town of Rolesville Board of Commissioners voted recently to renew its contract for waste services with Waste Industries. The renewed contract runs through June 2016. As part of the town’s ordinance, all residents are required to have garbage service, either with...

Car wash to help 11-year-old with dance dream

by David Leone ROLESVILLE — Rebekah Hayles, an 11-year-old with a big dream of being a professional dancer, needs some help getting her big break. The Wake Forest Academy of Fine Arts student has training in tap, jazz, ballet and acrobatic dancing and has racked up multiple...