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$1 mil to replace Seminary boilers

Project will tear down landmark chimney by David Leone WAKE FOREST — Sometime this year, a local landmark is coming down. The 129-foot smokestack that sits atop the boiler house at North Street and North Wingate streets will be torn down as the Southeastern Baptist Theological...
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Greenway connection discussed

WAKE FOREST — Tom LeBarge and Matt Reck, right, both residents in Deacon’s Ridge neighborhood,  look over a greenway plan Tuesday at town hall. The plan to put a connector path that would tie the sidewalks in their neighborhood and another in Cardinal Hills to the pedestrian...
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Ladies of Valor help veterans settle in

by Clellie Allen WAKE FOREST — Hearing that a new homeless veteran’s shelter was going to open in Raleigh this month, the Wake Forest-based Ladies of Valor group decided that in addition to making quilts for veterans, they could gather supplies to help outfit some of the rooms....
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Combo dinner is ‘a Babette’s Feast’

by David Leone WAKE FOREST — I had the fortune to attend the Farm-to-Table Dinner fundraiser for the Wake Forest Farmers Market Monday night at The Fire Pit in Gateway Commons shopping center. Before I get into any description of the food, or its preparation by the restaurant’s...
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June Art After Hours

by David Leone WAKE FOREST — Town officials, Public Arts Commission members and art enthusiasts attended the ribbon cutting and dedication of the Leaf Shade Bench (at left) at Jones Plaza in downtown Wake Forest June 14 during Art After Hours. Artist Robert Tulley designed the...