WSJ30.com has been hacked

The White Street Journal’s website has been hacked.

If you are signed up for our daily email news updates, you may have noticed along with our news, you may see posts in Spanish, Russian or posts about shoes or other items.

It does not affect the content you see on our website, WSJ30.com or the content on our FACEBOOK page.

I’m certain it’s not some conspiracy and nothing to worry about.

The problem should be fixed in a couple of days at the most.

Sorry for the inconvenience and thanks for your patience.

Also, on another note, our weekly print edition debuts in September and will be circulated for free. And our website will remain free and hopefully not hacked.

Jay Lamm — publisher



(Visited 91 times, 1 visits today)

DeMoura honored by veterans

From WSJ Staff Reports Gloria DeMoura, a member of Auxiliary Unit 187, who attends St Mary’s College in Maryland and a ROTC cadet, encouraged all of her fellow ROTC members to write “Thank you” Veterans Day card to all Wake Forest members of our local veteran’s organizations. The cards were written over a year ago, […]

0 comments

JROTC receives donation

Commander Mark Dwyer presents a $400 donation to Wake Forest JROTC Battalion Executive Officer John Price. The donation is support for the Wake Forest JROTC Booster Club. PHOTO | CONTRIBUTED (Visited 27 times, 1 visits today) Share via: 0 Shares Facebook Twitter Email Copy Link Print More

0 comments

NCDHHS: Health care workers and adults 65 and older are next to receive vaccine

From WSJ Staff Reports The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services announced vaccine providers that are ready to expand may vaccinate all health care workers and anyone 65 years and older. “Doctors, hospitals and local health departments are working hard to get people vaccinated. There may be a wait, but when it’s your […]

0 comments

Wake County Public Schools giving substitute teachers boost in pay

By KATHY HARRELSON for the White Street Journal CARY — Substitute teachers in Wake County are getting a temporary pay increase. COVID-19 has changed the dynamics of the need for substitutes – both in person and virtual, with 825 teacher absences in the last two weeks of December reported on an average day. There were 256 […]

0 comments

Wake County Public Schools vote to continue online only classes through mid-February

From WSJ Staff Reports The Wake County Public School System Board of Education voted Thursday, to move to keep students in remote-only classes until mid-February. The vote was 7-2. The motion was opposed by board members Roxie Cash and Karen Carter. Superintendent Cathy Moore is expected to lay out a revised plan for second semester. […]

0 comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.