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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
InSite Solutions is Traveling to an Industry Trade Show near you

WAKE FOREST, NC, USA, September 12, 2017 / / -- InSite Solutions, LLC., is hitting the road this fall to show-off their products up close and personal. "We hope to meet new clients and prove we have solutions for those looking for visual cues to make a worksite visually organized," said InSite Solutions Director, Cliff Lowe.

Brighten Up Lighting Sales

The aquarium lighting market has changed considerably over the past few years, with light emitting diode aquarium fixtures becoming the most common type offered in pet specialty stores. These LED fixtures continue to gain market share, but for some niche areas of the aquatics market, other lights are returning to popularity.

Grace Simpson Wins Clinical Instructor of the Year

Grace Simpson, MSN, CRNA, a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists , from Reidsville, N.C. will receive the Clinical Practitioner Award during the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Annual Congress, September 8-12, 2017 in Seattle, Wash. "I am truly humbled and honored to receive such a prestigious award," said Grace Simpson, MSN, CRNA.

Five VGCC students participate in signing ceremony for apprenticeship program

Five students from Vance-Granville Community College were among a dozen who committed to participate in the North Carolina Triangle Apprenticeship Program at a signing ceremony in Wake Forest on Wednesday, Aug. 16. The students are now apprentices with eight industries in Granville, Franklin and Wake counties as they finish high school and earn their associate's degrees at either VGCC or Wake Technical Community College. VGCC students Baylor Chapple and Sebastian Hughes, both of Louisburg, will be working at CaptiveAire in Youngsville, Xavier Durham of Warrenton with Dill Air Controls Products LLC in Oxford, and Zach Willey of Raleigh and Micah Peters of Youngsville with Revlon Inc. of Oxford.

Wake Forest Basketball Recruiting: The Wait Until Homecoming Official Visits

The next week is going to be a quiet one for Wake Forest basketball recruiting. Or at least that's what we hope.

North Carolina Man Accused Of Fatally Stabbing Wife Blames It On MedicineInternational Business Times

A North Carolina man charged with murdering his wife claimed he took too much cough medicine before finding her fatally stabbed beside him, Sept. 1, 2017.

Court restores love triangle lawsuit in North Carolina

Mark Malecek, left, first sued Dr. Derek Williams in 2015 after discovering an affair between the doctor and Malecek's wife Amber. A jilted husband can proceed with a lawsuit against a doctor who had sex with the man's wife, a North Carolina appeals court ruled Tuesday.

Three Family Members Die in Bailey Wreck



The closing of Charlotte School of Law leaves the city without a law school. UNC Charlotte officials says the current market for law school grads doesn't justify pursuing the project.

Some Triangle Baptists endorse anti-gay manifesto; others are disturbed by it

The president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest and several faculty members have signed a statement from conservative evangelicals saying same-sex attraction and identifying as transgender are sinful and that supporting either is immoral. The 14-article manifesto , called "the Nashville Statement" for the city where it was ratified, was released late Tuesday by the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood , an evangelical coalition formed in 1987.

How letting high school students sleep in could actually help the economy

Students crowd a stairway as classes change at Heritage High School in Wake Forest NC on Sept. 10, 2015.

2018 5 star SF Jaylen Hoard Commits to Wake Forest

Hoard is Danny Manning's first five star recruit, and the first for the Deacs since Al-Farouq Aminu in 2008. Jaylen Hoard tells ESPN.

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