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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
Gov. Cooper responds to North Carolina's miss on Toyota-Mazda

After a tour of the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter in Winston-Salem Tuesday, Gov. Roy Cooper spoke with the Triad Business Journal about the recent loss of the $1.6 billion Toyota-Mazda plant to Alabama.

Wake Forest 2018 Football Schedule Released

WAKE FOREST Aug. 30 at Tulane Sept. 8 TOWSON Sept. 13 BOSTON COLLEGE Sept. 22 NOTRE DAME Sept.

Bryce Love, 2017 Heisman runner-up, returning to Stanford

The 2017 Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year announced the news Tuesday on Twitter and in a release through the university: The native of Wake Forest, North Carolina set a school record with 2,118 yards rushing as a junior, good enough for second in the nation in 2017.

Planning a UNC student party in Chapel Hill? Herea s how to keep the police away

Chapel Hill and UNC have started a new Party Registration Program that they hope will mean fewer noise complaints that require police to visit a party at an off-campus student house or apartment. Chapel Hill and UNC have started a new Party Registration Program that they hope will mean fewer noise complaints that require police to visit a party at an off-campus student house or apartment.

Charlotte-area hospitals restricting access as flu cases climb

Charlotte-area in-patient hospitals are restricting access for visitors under 12 due to the growing flu cases, Carolinas HealthCare System announced Thursday. Novant Health, Cone Health, and Wake Forest Baptist Health have also implemented hospital restrictions.

Developer mistakenly levels century-old Wake Forest cemetery

The woman who shot the video claims a developer cleared away the cemetery that once was along Burlington Mill Road to make way for a new subdivision. Mungo Homes is building a new neighborhood in the area, but the developer says no graves were bulldozed.

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Novant Health Rowan Medical Center has announced the addition of three area residents to serve on the local hospital board. The new members, John C. Everett, Fred F. Steen II and Jack van der Poel, will serve three-year terms.

Autopsy: Head trauma caused baby's death

Autopsy results indicate head injuries caused the death of a 10-month-old child from a March 2017 incident that resulted in charges of second-degree murder and abuse. Pathologist Tiffany Erin O'Neill - through the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center - performed the autopsy on Caius Alexander Bruner on March 3, two days after his death at a Ray Brown Road residence.

More water leaks expected as weather warms -

Cold weather continued to cause problems for Richmond County residents over the weekend, freezing water lines and keeping children out of school for three days, but the worst damage may only show up after the ice thaws. When water freezes in a water line, it expands and can split the pipes but residents won't realize there is a problem until the ice melts, according to Paul Scholl, co-owner of Scholl Mechanical Company.

He helps students to learn to fight fires

Carrying equipment strong enough to cut through a train, students in the Fire Academy at Hunter Huss High practiced Friday how to use the device safely as they perform their duties as firefighters. Chief Jerry Swift has served as the program's instructor at the west Gastonia school since launching it in fall 2013, building it into arguably the state's premier Fire Academy program.

NC communities lose water supplies as cold snaps lines

Repair crews were at work Sunday from Wake Forest in Wake County to Marshville in Union County after water lines broke. Cumberland County's water utility on Saturday directed consumers to boil water because cracking water mains increased the potential for harmful bacteria.

Teen stabbed during physical altercation in Rowan Co.

One man was stabbed in Salisbury Sunday morning after an altercation. Salisbury police said two teenagers got into a fight when one pulled out a knife and stabbed the other.

Multiple water main breaks, road closures reported during deep freeze

In Wake County, crews were working a break in the 500 block of McDowell Drive near Stadium Drive, according to Wake Forest police. A press release from the Town of Wake Forest stated that the water main break was affecting approximately 15 apartments in the vicinity of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, forcing the evacuation and relocation of those residents.

NC Governor declaring state of emergency for winter storm

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announces that he is declaring a state of emergency for several counties in eastern and central NC due to an approaching winter storm. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announces that he is declaring a state of emergency for several counties in eastern and central NC due to an approaching winter storm.

You Don't Need a Storefront to Run a Popular Bakery, But a Wood-Burning Oven Helps.

Julia Blaine always walked by the same bakery on her way home from work in Barcelona. The streets were shadowed by black skies, but the shop glowed with bakers flickering like fireflies as they prepared the bread she would buy the next day.

Shoals students visit Wake basketball game -

Shoals Elementary School students recently took in the first quarter Positive, Behavior, Intervention and Support reward trip to a Wake Forest Women's Basketball game.

What to do if you win the lottery in 2018

North Carolina Mega Millions lottery tickets rest on a counter at a Pilot travel center along Interstate 40 near Burlington, N.C., on July 1, 2016. There is no secret to winning the lottery.

SCC medical assisting grads recognized by WFBMC -

Two graduates of Surry Community College's Medical Assisting program were recently recognized by Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center as 2017 Medical Assistant Excellence Award recipients. Ana Jessica Nunez-Manaujano and Maria Villicana both graduated from Surry's Medical Assisting program in May 2016 and began working within the WFBCS system at Brenner Children's Hospital and the Comprehensive Cancer Center respectively.

Courtney McKinney Signs With Wake Forest

Courtney McKinney, an in-state product, will join Coach Hunter and the running backs at Wake Forest! pic.twitter.com/6q2ZPMl7Jb It took the Wake Forest football staff some time, but they eventually got their class of 2018 running back in December. On December 5th, Courtney McKinney decommitted from Appalachian State, and verbally committed to Wake Forest while after his official visit to Winston-Salem.

Blake Whiteheart Signs with Wake Forest

Note: Thanks to Riley Johnston for much of the information from this article, taken from the original article on our site Head coach Dave Clawson didn't have to go very far to get this commitment. All it took was a left turn onto Polo Road, and a right turn onto Petree Road to end up at Mount Tabor High School, home to the Spartans, and 2018 tight end Blake Whiteheart.

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