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The Wake Forest Community Council held its monthly meeting at The Forks on Jan. 12. Shown in the front row from left, Dawn Nakash, Lisa Hayes, Angela Jamison, Beverly Whisnant, Mike Burger, Mary Petretich, Kenille Baumgardner, Mary Jo DeLaere and Jennifer Herbert. Back row from left, Debbie Dunn, Ruth Ann Dyer, Louis Mullinger, Bob Gallagher, Ryan Siegers and Frank Powell. Gary Band | The Wake Weekly

Wake Forest Community Council elects new officers

By Gary Band
| January 19, 2022

WAKE FOREST — The Wake Forest Community Council elected new officers at its monthly meeting at The F...

Soniya Turner of the UNC School of Government talks to the Wake Forest Board of Commissioners about the SunTrust redevelopment plan Tuesday night. Amber Revels-Stocks | The Wake Weekly

Wake Forest to build parking structure for SunTrust

By Amber Revels-Stocks
| January 19, 2022

WAKE FOREST — The SunTrust redevelopment plan is moving forward after the Wake Forest Board of Commi...

Youngsville mother dies in car crash

From staff reports
| January 19, 2022

YOUNGSVILLE — A young mother died in a head-on car crash in Youngsville Saturday evening that also i...

Principal Dhedra Lassiter is retiring at the end of the month after 32-years in education. Amber Revels-Stocks | The Wake Weekly

Rolesville High principal to retire

By Amber Revels-Stocks
| January 19, 2022

ROLESVILLE — Rolesville High School will be saying goodbye to a principal who helped it find its fee...

Knightdale man sentenced to 37 months

For The Wake Weekly
| January 17, 2022

RALEIGH — A man from Knightdale was sentenced on Friday to 37 months in prison and three years of su...

Evolution OCR, located at 2921 Wakefield Crossing Drive, celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting on Jan. 12 coordinated by the Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce. Owner Ryan Zimmerman and his team say they strive to help their clients be healthy and having fun doing it. Contributed photo

PHOTO: Evolution OCR opens in Wakefield

January 13, 2022

Cameron & Furman CPAs celebrated its grand opening on Jan. 12 with a ribbon cutting coordinated by the Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce. The new firm is located in The Loading Dock at 525 S. White Street. Contributed photo

PHOTO: New CPA firm opens on White Street

January 13, 2022

Joe Kimray, winner of the 2021 Citizen of the Year Award, stands with his wife Mary Kathryn and their daughter Eleanor at the Wake Forest Community Christmas Dinner at The Forks on Dec. 6. Contributed photo

Kimray named Citizen of the Year

By Gary Band
| January 12, 2022

WAKE FOREST — When Joe Kimray attended the 74th annual Wake Forest Community Christmas Dinner on Dec...

This illustration reveals ultrastructural morphology exhibited by coronaviruses.

Hospitals urge patients to use ER for emergencies only, get vaccinated

By Amber Revels-Stocks
| January 12, 2022

Top officials at three Triangle hospital systems urged people to use urgent cares and primary care p...

Wendell approves 81 townhouses in split decision

By Amber Revels-Stocks
| January 12, 2022

WENDELL — A special use permit has been approved to allow townhouses behind the future police statio...

Allen Park's Master Site plan shows where developers plan to place more than 120 town houses and more than 400 single-family homes. Timmons Engineering | Contributed photo

Wil-Mar Golf Club sold for 620 home subdivision

From staff reports
| January 11, 2022

KNIGHTDALE — A 60-year-old golf course will stop operating this month.  Wil-Mar Golf Club in Knightd...

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