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Obituaries, Week of July 12, 2018

Linda Coker Alford Linda Coker Alford, 77 died on Sunday, July 1, 2018 at Transitions LifeCare in Raleigh. She was born in Williamston, S.C. on Nov. 19, 1940. Linda was preceded in death by her parents, the Reverend Jack and Sybil Coker, and her niece, Pam Branning. She lived most of her life in Wak… Click here to read the ... Read More »

Roving Around, Week of July 12, 2018

Grandfather Mountain, pictures and a hurt thumb This first part of Roving Around is continued from last week. I hope you will follow along and enjoy it, and also what follows for this week. Enjoy! Peggy and I peered out from beside the curtains the first thing in the morning and were tickled to see … Click here to read ... Read More »

Plane Crashes; No Injury

LOUISBURG — A small plane stalled and crashed just after takeoff at Triangle North Executive Airport the afternoon of July 5. “The pilot was able to walk away from the accident,” said Terry Wright, Franklin County Sheriff’s Office chief of staff. His statement was literal, as the pilot walked away f… Click here to read the full Wake Forest Weekly ... Read More »

LDS Seminary Program Recognizes Graduates

RALEIGH — The Raleigh North Carolina Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced the 2018 graduating class of its seminary program for high school students. The graduates include: •Elizabeth Bartholomew, Calvin Clawson, Joshua Fife, Audrey Hemming, Benjamin Jones, Zachary Marc… Click here to read the full Wake Forest Weekly story Read More »

Registration Begins for Youngsville Travel Baseball

YOUNGSVILLE — Youngsville’s 13U travel baseball team, the Punishers, are holding tryouts at Luddy Park at 6 p.m. Monday and Tuesday. The fall season will feature six to eight tournaments with practices two days a week. Youngsville Parks and Recreation Director Mike Nash said the team will focus on d… Click here to read the full Wake Forest Weekly story Read More »

Speaking Up for Women

Photos by David Leone Did you know that 80 percent of plays and musicals are written by men but 80 percent of theater-goers are women? The disparity is what led an area nonprofit, the Women’s Theater Festival, to create Occupy the Stage, a 24-hour event featuring mostly impromptu play performances w… Click here to read the full Wake Forest Weekly ... Read More »

$125,000 Donated to Transitions LifeCare

At a celebration for the Summer Salute planning committee, North State Bank executives presented a check for $125,000 to members of Transitions LifeCare’s management team. The sum is the net proceeds of Summer Salute 2018, shared Sandra A. Temple, event co-chair and retired North State Bank executiv… Click here to read the full Wake Forest Weekly story Read More »

Youngsville Fire Lowers Insurance Rating

YOUNGSVILLE — The Youngsville Fire Department underwent a full rating inspection on March 26-27, 2018 by the N.C. Department of Insurance, Office of the State Fire Marshal. The inspection took a detailed look at staffing levels, equipment, and maintenance of equipment, communications and water suppl… Click here to read the full Wake Forest Weekly story Read More »

LimeBikes Raise Many Questions

Americans have never embraced bicycles with the same gusto as much of the world. Somehow, we moved rather seamlessly from horses to automobiles in the early 20th century, and while a few people pedaled across the countryside or along city streets, they have been the exception rather than the rule. C… Click here to read the full Wake Forest Weekly ... Read More »