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About: wake forest, north carolina

Located just north of North Carolina’s state capital in Raleigh, Wake Forest is a town that sits in the northern section of Wake County. In 2007, Forbes Magazine listed Wake Forest as the 20th-fastest growing suburb in America. Apparently, the town had a 73-percent increase in number of residents between 2000 and 2006. Interestingly, Wake Forest University doesn’t even reside in Wake Forest. It originated there, but then moved to Winston-Salem in 1956.

Population: 22324
Local Newspapers: The Wake Weekly The News & Observer
Local Sports Teams: Carolina Hurricanes (NHL) Carolina Mudcats
Local Colleges: Wake Technical Community College

Zip Codes associated with wake forest, north carolina: 27587 27588
Towns/Cities near wake forest, north carolina : Youngsville Rolesville Neuse Pocomoke Franklinton

Wake Forest News
Clemson's Swinney: DT Lawrence will sit against Citadel

Tigers coach Dabo Swinney said Tuesday that Lawrence 's injury had improved, but he still wanted him as healthy as possible before returning to the field. Lawrence , a 6-foot-4, 340 pound sophomore from Wake Forest, North Carolina, sat out fourth-ranked Clemson's 31-14 win over Florida State last Saturday.

VGCC discussion attendees learn about paralegal careers

Panelists at VGCC's Franklin Campus included, seated from left, attorney Daniel Lehrer, VGCC Paralegal Technology graduate Shana Nunn, attorney Jamie Rudd, North Carolina State Bar Board of Paralegal Certification assistant director Joy Belk, Assistant District Attorney Michael Putney, Jr., and VGCC graduate Leslie Hargrove. The Vance-Granville Community College Paralegal Technology program hosted a panel discussion on careers in the paralegal field Oct. 11 on the college's Franklin County Campus, where the program is based.

Crime Log

He was jailed on $1,000 bond pending a court hearing Dec. 4. a Qwmaine R. Knott, 21, of 1465 Newton Dairy Road, Henderson, was arrested Nov. 10 and charged with possession and sell of heroin. He was released on $10,000 bond pending a court hearing Feb. 15. a Antonio M. Williams, 33, of 1997 Raleigh Road, Henderson, was cited Nov. 10 with driving while intoxicated.

John Wolford and Cam Serigne Bring in Weekly ACC Awards

In what should come as no surprise after yet another day of record-setting performances, the Wake Forest offense continued to bring home weekly individual awards from the ACC. It was announced today that quarterback John Wolford won the ACC Offensive Back of the Week , while tight end Cam Serigne won the ACC Receiver of the Week after their performances on Saturday against Syracuse.

NC company raided by feds may be connected to escort website

YOUNGSVILLE, N.C. Two days after Bolma Star Services was raided by Homeland Security Investigations, CBS North Carolina is learning that company may be connected to an escort advertising website. According to court documents, a former employee and industry insiders, Eros.com and ErosGuide.com were run out of Bolma Star Services in Youngsville.

Ronnie Bevins

A North Carolina man is making major changes in his life, and his health, after making a promise to his little girl. When his little girl was born in November 2016, Ronnie weighed 367 pounds.

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He was jailed on $20,000 bond pending a court hearing Jan. 30. a Property damage caused by hit and run was reported Nov. 8 on the 1000 block of West Young Avenue, Henderson. a Melinda J. Gourley, 29, of 264 Peebles Lane, Henderson, was charged via warrant Nov. 8 with two counts of conspiracy to sell/deliver a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, two counts of providing drugs to an inmate, two counts of sell/deliver of a controlled substance, trafficking opium or heroin and conspiracy to traffic opium/heroin.

Man charged with phone-taping woman in his bathroom

Police have charged a Wake Forest man with using a hidden cell phone camera to secretly record a woman who was using a bathroom in his home. Investigators charged Mitchel Rivers McCaskell, 31, with two felony counts of peeping using a photographic imaging device.

What are the odds? Woman claims 2 lottery prizes on same day -

Local media report that Kimberly Morris of Wake Forest scratched off two North Carolina lottery tickets on Monday, winning $1 million on one of the tickets and $10,000 with another. Morris thought things were going well when she bought a ticket at a grocery store Monday afternoon and scratched off the $10,000 prize.

Wake Forest man charged with abusing infant

Daniel Edward Vena, 30, of 1746 Pasture Walk Drive, was charged Sunday with intentional child abuse inflicting serious physical injuries. He was being held in the Wake County jail under a $75,000 bond.

Crime log

He was jailed on $1,000 bond pending a court hearing Nov. 20. a Angela Gregory, 49, of 507 Charles St., Henderson, was arrested Oct. 30 and charged with simple physical assault. She was released on $1,500 bond pending a court hearing Nov. 13. a Shandora Williams, 29, of 160 Holly Road, Henderson, was arrested and charged Nov. 1 with possession of marijuana and impersonation.

North Carolina Woman Wins Lottery Twice in the Same Day

Imagine winning the lottery twice in the same day. Unthinkable, right? While it's hard to imagine, that's exactly what happened to one impossibly lucky North Carolina woman this week.

North Carolina woman wins 2 lottery prizes on same day

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'Dating app for elites' launches in Charlotte Nov. 6

As its name implies, The League limits its accepted members to "highly ambitious individuals" based on a number of criteria, including profession, education level and undergraduate school, the app says. In Charlotte, some 2,510 people applied to be in the first class, and 512 were selected, The League says.

Wake Forest picked to finish 11th in ACC with no individual honors

Wake Forest has been picked to finish 11th in the ACC by the media for the upcoming basketball season, receiving 378 points to finish ahead of N.C. State, Clemson, Boston College, and Pittsburgh. Duke led the way with 1,020 votes and 57 first place votes, while North Carolina, Notre Dame, and Miami also received at least one first place vote as well.

Hospital takeover planned in North Carolina

Local media report Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem has signed an agreement to acquire High Point Regional Health System from UNC Health Care of Chapel Hill. UNC Health Care's decision on the High Point hospital comes about two months after UNC said it would join Carolinas HealthCare System of Charlotte.

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She was she has a court hearing Oct. 30. a Cerissa P. Powell, 21, of 1019 Elm St., Henderson, was charged via criminal summons Oct. 24 with simple physical assault. She has a court hearing Nov. 30. a Anthony M. Ferrara, 29, of 3928 Purnell Road, Wake Forest, was arrested Oct. 18 and charged with possession of heroin and maintaining a vehicle for a controlled substance.

Wake Basketball Recruiting: Where Does the 2018 Class Go from Here?

You may have heard that things didn't quite go the Deacs' way this week on the recruiting trail. After a valiant effort by the staff over the last couple months with 5* CG target Ayo Dosunmu, the Chicago-native committed to local Illinois on Thursday night.

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