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Located just north of North Carolinaâ€™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 doesnâ€™t even reside in Wake Forest. It originated there, but then moved to Winston-Salem in 1956.
Local Newspapers: The Wake Weekly The News & Observer
Local Sports Teams: Carolina Hurricanes (NHL) Carolina Mudcats
Local Colleges: Wake Technical Community College
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Towns/Cities near wake forest, north carolina : Youngsville Rolesville Neuse Pocomoke Franklinton
Masked men rob business owners at Wake Forest home, police say
Police said the family returned home around 9 p.m. after closing the store they own in Raleigh. When they got to the house on Falconhurst Drive, three masked men robbed them at gunpoint, taking cash, investigators said.19-year-old pulled from lake drowned, had drugs in system
A group of men riding four-wheelers discovered the body of Annalisa Christine Schulze, 19, of 7109 Avborough Court in Wake Forest, on Aug. 8. The Wake County Sheriff's Office said at the time that they would investigate the incident as a homicide. According to an autopsy report, Schulze's death is "attributed to drowning occurring in the setting of presumed impairment associated with marijuana and LSD drug use."WFU president highest paid in U.S.
Wake Forest University President Nathan Hatch received $4 million in 2015, making him the highest paid college president in the United States, according to data released Sunday by the Chronicle of Higher Education. Of his total compensation of $4,004,617, Hatch's base salary was $839,944 in 2015.Mill Chill draws crowded field
The cold temperatures aren't expected to keep people away from coming out to support the second annual Mill Chill event on Sunday at Rocky Mount Mills. The event will feature a four-mile course and fun run/walk race that will begin at 1:30 p.m. In addition to the race, which will take runners on a scenic tour through Battle Park and back to the Mills' campus, the event will feature food trucks, live music from local band Matty Begs and craft beer.Wake Forest gets two commits to flip after weekend visit
Head coach Dave Clawson said in the Belk Bowl media conference on Sunday night that he thought this season was helping on the recruiting trail and boy did he get proven correct quickly. Wake Forest had a group of recruits in this past weekend for an official visit and it paid off handsomely as the Deacs were able to flip former UAB commit WR Atorian Perry and former Appalachian State commit RB Courtney McKinney in the past two days.Hang on to Spaulding Site
've been giving the situation with the property that the former Spaulding School in Spring Hope sits on a bit of thought, especially as the price has risen higher and higher with each passing month. After giving it much thought I had a couple of questions, and even observations, that it seems nobody else has seemed to care to answer or acknowledge in this whole process.What did you miss over the weekend? Herea s a short recap.
As Jonas Pope IV wrote on Saturday, you can only keep Nyheim Hines bottled up for so long . Hines ran for a couple of long touchdowns and finished with a career-high 196 yards in NC State's 33-21 win over North Carolina.Wake Forest woman, family win $2 million Powerball prize
Steddy Primus of Upper Marlboro, Md., said his mom, who lives in Wake Forest, likes to get a Powerball ticket every week. The U.S. Army veteran normally checks the numbers for her to see if she won anything, and that is exactly what happened on Nov. 15. "At first I thought something was wrong," Eleas Ottley of Wake Forest said.Vehicle accident leaves motercycle rider in grave condition -
One man is left in grave condition after a two-vehicle accident on Thursday, according to North Carolina Trooper Robert Boyes. After a motorcyclist struck a minivan on Ebeneezer Road near Elkin, the 48-year-old male rider was transported to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.Police: Man in surgical mask forced people to withdraw money from ATMs
According to the Raleigh Police Department, the first incident occurred at about 11 a.m. in the area of Wakefield Commons Drive. In a 911 call, the victim tells a dispatcher that she was approached by a man wearing a surgical mask and holding a silver gun and was forced to unlock the back door of his car.How Raleigh's John Pavlovitz Went from Fired Megachurch Pastor ...
And he has Donald Trump to thank for it. Pavlovitz, forty-eight, is a Wake Forest resident, pastor at North Raleigh Community Church, and father of two young kids.Father dies, son injured in North Carolina attack
A man and his 8-year-old son have been attacked at their North Carolina home and the father died from his injuries. WXII-TV reported the attacked happened at a home in Ramseur in Randolph County around 2:45 a.m. Monday.
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