Greenway overhaul in works

Heavy rain erodes Richland Creek by David Leone WAKE FOREST — Live in Olde Mill Stream? There’s good news and bad news. The bad news is, it’s going to be months before the Richland Creek Greenway reopens. But the good news is town engineer Holly Miller has quickly put together an...
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‘Harvey’ cast members share thoughts, anecdotes

By David Leone WAKE FOREST — The Wake Weekly on Monday caught up with the 11-person primary cast of Harvey, Forest Moon Theater Company’s fall comedy, which opens Friday. Following is a smattering of their answers, providing insight into who they are — as characters, actors and...
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Barnes, Farmer to be married

Anne Marie Barnes and Randy Paul Farmer are pleased to announce their engagement to be married. Ms. Barnes is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Clarence S. Barnes, Jr. of Wake Forest. Mr. Farmer is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cullifer of Wendell and the late Mr....

Neighborhood aims to beat hunger

Can Wake Forest keep food pantry shelves stocked — for good? “It could be a Wake Forest project.” —Gwen Moore, Deacon’s Ridge HOA By David Leone WAKE FOREST — Looks like a homeowners’ organization has finally come along that everybody’s going to love. Tired of hearing about...
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Huskies dominate

Heritage overpowers Leesville Road for first win by Becky Kimbrell-Norris WAKE FOREST — The turnovers aside, this was the kind of performance the Heritage High School football needed. The Huskies overcame a slow start in the first quarter before defeating their top-ranked...