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Farm Aid’s reach in supporting family farms is nationwide, but its annual concert on Saturday also helped local farmers and nonprofit groups that are raising money.

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  • APEX

    Apex Town Council might require developers to include more green space

    Councilman Bill Jensen requested the town reconsider green-space requirements after a dispute about plans for a new townhome development.

  • CORINTH HOLDERS HIGH

    Cleveland volleyball fends off Corinth Holders

    After the Rams held off the Pirates in four sets in what is becoming a healthy rivalry, both coaches liked the fight and resolve shown in a back-and-forth match.

  • CLEVELAND HIGH

    Cleveland volleyball fends off Corinth Holders

    After the Rams held off the Pirates in four sets in what is becoming a healthy rivalry, both coaches liked the fight and resolve shown in a back-and-forth match.

  • SPORTS

    Cleveland volleyball fends off Corinth Holders

    After the Rams held off the Pirates in four sets in what is becoming a healthy rivalry, both coaches liked the fight and resolve shown in a back-and-forth match.

  • SPORTS

    Garner knows its time

    The Trojans, two-time defending Greater Neuse River Conference champions, scored a pair of goals in a two-minute span midway through the second half to erase a 1-0 deficit and defeat rival Clayton 2-1 on Monday night at Trojan Stadium.

  • GARNER HIGH

    Garner knows its time

    The Trojans, two-time defending Greater Neuse River Conference champions, scored a pair of goals in a two-minute span midway through the second half to erase a 1-0 deficit and defeat rival Clayton 2-1 on Monday night at Trojan Stadium.

  • SPORTS

    Bulldogs move ahead of Clayton

    Southeast Raleigh and Clayton, two of the three volleyball teams tied for first place in the Greater Neuse River 4A Conference with 5-1 records entering a Tuesday meeting at Southeast, produced a match worthy of their spots atop the league standings.

  • PRINCETON HIGH

    Princeton’s long conference win streak ends

    Princeton had its 47-match Carolina 1A Conference play winning streak ended Tuesday evening by an unbeaten (10-0-1) Lakewood squad in five thrilling sets. The Leopards prevailed, 25-16, 20-25, 20-25, 25-18, 15-13 in a match that felt like it would have been more at home in late October — ...

  • SPORTS

    Bulldogs move ahead of Clayton

    Southeast Raleigh and Clayton, two of the three volleyball teams tied for first place in the Greater Neuse River 4A Conference with 5-1 records entering a Tuesday meeting at Southeast, produced a match worthy of their spots atop the league standings.

  • FALL SPORTS

    Trojans’ winning streaks continue

    Garner and its standout freshman Kayla Ward extended their winning streaks in Greater Neuse River 4A Conference girls golf matches Tuesday with wins at River Ridge Golf Club. And Triton rolled to a big victory in the second Two Rivers 3A Conference girls golf match of the season Monday at Reedy ...

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