Dirt Day Returns April 1

The Town of Wake Forest and Downtown Wake Forest Inc. are planning a special event to celebrate the return of weather that’s perfect for enjoying the great outdoors. Promising something for the entire family, Wake Forest’s fourth annual Dirt Day will take place along South White Street in downtow… Click here to read the full … Read more

Help the WFPD Give Away Water

The Wake Forest Police Department is now accepting donations of bottled water, which officers will give away while patrolling town greenways. In the summer of 2015 the Wake Forest Police Department began distributing free bottles of iced water to walkers, joggers and bicyclists along the town’s … Click here to read the full Wake Forest … Read more

Club Meetings

* American Legion Post 187 meets the second Thursday at 7 p.m. in the American Legion Hall at 225 East Holding Avenue. The dinner begins at 6 p.m. and costs $5. For information and membership, call Commander Dave Goetze at 569-0471 or visit www.alpost187.org . * American Heritage Girls (AHG) mee… Click here to read … Read more

Still Time for Bridge Comments

If you could not attend the public meeting Tuesday, March 14, about the North Carolina Department of Transportation plan to replace the bridge over Smith Creek on Ligon Mill Road, your opinion and comments can still be heard. Before March 29 you can call, email or write to Transportation Plannin… Click here to read the … Read more