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Active Shooter Class Set for Oct. 29

The Wake Forest Police Department has scheduled its next Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) class for Tuesday, Oct. 29. The session will take place from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. inside the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre at 405 South Brooks Street. There is no cost to participate, but re… Click here to read the full Wake Forest Gazette story Read More »

It’s September and the Town Planning the Christmas Parade

Applications are now being accepted for participation in the 2019 Wake Forest Christmas Parade. Application forms are available online at http://bit.ly/WFChristmasParade  and at the Wake Forest Town Hall, 301 South Brooks Street. Interested participants may submit their application online or by … Click here to read the full Wake Forest Gazette story Read More »

Tickets Still Available for ‘Steel Magnolias’

Forest Moon Theater will present “Steel Magnolias” Friday through Sunday, Sept.  20 to 23 and 27 to 29, at the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre. Showtime Friday and Saturday is 7:30 p.m., while the Sunday showtime is 3 p.m. Written by Robert Harling, this heartwarming comedy-drama explores the spe… Click here to read the full Wake Forest Gazette story Read More »

40th Annual WF CROP Walk Sept. 22

The 40th annual Wake Forest CROP Hunger Walk will be held the afternoon of Sunday, Sept. 22, along North Main Street and other nearby streets. It will be either a 5K walk or a shorter 1.5-mile walk, both on sidewalks in the Wake Forest Historic District. Walkers will raise money for nourishing f… Click here to read the full Wake ... Read More »

Senior Center This Week

Thursday, Nov. 7, the center will mark the day with its annual Veterans Celebration and the senior center’s anniversary. You are encouraged to sign up early. The Northern Wake Senior Center Quilting Group has made a beautiful queen-sized quilt that will be raffled off at the Nov. 7 celebration. … Click here to read the full Wake Forest Gazette story Read More »

A Pay-What-You-Can Restaurant in Wake Forest?

The Wake Forest Presbyterian Church will sponsor a community-wide meeting from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 24, to discuss the possibility of opening a pay-what-you-can restaurant in downtown Wake Forest to provide an additional resource for those in our community without reliable access to afforda… Click here to read the full Wake Forest Gazette story Read More »

Obituaries

The Honorable I. Beverly Lake Jr. Wake Forest The Honorable I. Beverly Lake, former Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court, aged 85 years, died September 12, 2019, surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Wake Forest on January 30, 1934, to Dr. I. Beverly Lake Sr. and Gertrude… Click here to read the full Wake Forest ... Read More »

Tri-Area Wants to Stop Hunger, Feed Hope

Tri-Area Ministry Food Pantry announces that its third annual Stop Hunger, Feed Hope dinner-auction-fundraiser to combat hunger will be held Friday, Oct. 18, at the Wake Forest Presbyterian Church on Capital Boulevard. Tri-Area wants to raise $75,000 to increase its capacity and to enable them t… Click here to read the full Wake Forest Gazette story Read More »

Music at Midday Features MSG, a Blues Trio

Music at Midday was cancelled last week because of Hurricane Dorian but will be on schedule this week. Co-sponsored by the Wake Forest Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department and ARTS Wake Forest, the free music series begins Thursday, Sept. 5, and continues every Thursday through Sept… Click here to read the full Wake Forest Gazette story Read More »

A Short History of Wake Forest’s Fire Departments

The history of Wake Forest’s town fire department, the independent Wakette rural fire department and the independent Wake Forest Fire Department that will end as it is absorbed into the town’s organization are so intertwined the current fire department’s website treats them as one. There were at… Click here to read the full Wake Forest Gazette story Read More »