Landscape painters oversized oils and watercolors featured at Gallery C during First Friday.
Wendell commissioners talked about a lot of truly interesting topics during a half-day retreat last weekend. But they didn’t move the town forward in any great way.
East Wake TV has expanded aggressively. As it grows, more oversight creates confidence in what is a public trust
Leona Doner epitomizes the description of a Citizen of the Year
For many, snow is the highlight of a long, dark, dreary winter. But for others, it can be a mess that causes more headaches than it’s worth. Fortunately eastern Wake County is home to plenty of people willing to lend a hand.
News of two recently approved grants are welcome reports as local towns try to provide services without breaking the bank.
If it seems early in the year to be talking about Relay For Life, well... it’s not.
Knightdale property owner Tom Wall wants to develop a small tract he owns, but the town’s interpretation of its own rules make it virtually impossible.
Wake County school board members are moving ahead with plans to use digital textbooks next year. School leaders’ face a big challenge creating equal access
We whine. We complain to each other. But given a chance to let the Wake County school superintendent know our thoughts about our schools we become a bunch of shrinking violets.
Kicking the media out of a meeting to discuss new ideas land use guidelines makes no sense.
Wendell Town Manager Teresa Piner has an important decision to make as she seeks to find a new planning director for the town.
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