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Unsound structure

by David Leone WAKE FOREST — The former church at 320 E. Spring St., Wake Forest, recently collapsed. Built in 1948, the structure once housed the  United Presbyterian congregation and for a few years, the Apostolic Church of Deliverance met there. In 2007, W.E.B. DuBois...
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Car show benefits Wake County Hospice, June 15

Family-friendly event showcases Model T assembly demo and plenty of antique cars WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest Downtown Revitalization Corporation (DRC) hosts a classic and antique car show to benefit Hospice of Wake County and local Wake Forest charities Saturday, June 15, 9...
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Hope pours down

by David Leone WAKE FOREST — A tumultuous cloudburst emptied the heavens onto Wake Forest May 18, but it didn’t dampen the spirits at the Habitat for Humanity picnic at the Hope House in the East End. In fact, it brought people together, black and white, children and...
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Cyclists on tour to build up America

Wake Forester chronicling journey on blog by David Leone WAKE FOREST — “Woke up at 5 a.m. … ate a hearty breakfast, and made our way out on an 82-mile ride. My expectations for the ride were low, as I had no idea how beautiful the country farm lands between Chapel Hill and...
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Musical brings N.C. talent home from N.Y.

Wake Forest-Rolesville grad living actor’s dream in Big Apple by David Leone NEW YORK, N.Y. — What do three women with ukuleles and a broad sense of humor have to do with Wake Forest? A lot, actually. Caitlin Davis, a 2006 Wake Forest-Rolesville and 2011 UNC-Greensboro graduate...