Renaissance man in motion

WSJPHOTO | JAY LAMM

A Town of Wake Forest employee is moving on to the next street light on South Main Street early Wednesday morning as he and coworkers change out the street banners in the Renaissance area of Wake Forest.

The Renaissance area encompasses approximately 220 acres and is generally bound by the CSX rail line to the west, the NC 98 Bypass to the south, and the Historic and Central Business Districts to the north and the east. The area includes a mixture of retail, residential and light industrial uses.

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Running scary though the streets of Wake Forest

From WSJStaff Reports The Norse Brewing Company Run Group’s inaugural Halloween Costume Contest was Tuesday, Oct. 27.  Twenty-five people participated and several took home top prizes. Run-N-Tri Outfitters contributed a new pair of running shoes for the “Best Costume.” The run group meets in a socially distanced area, outside behind Norse Brewing Co by the big […]

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Wake Forest man charged with woman’s murder

FROM WSJSTAFF REPORTS John Charles Farley, of Wake Forest, was arrested Monday after a woman died from injuries she suffered last month, authorities said. Farley, 51, was charged with murder in the death of Stephanie Farley. Police didn’t disclose how the two’s relationship.  Authorities said police went to John Farley’s home on Hampton Chase Court […]

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Walter E. Cole, American Legion Annual Legionnaire Golf Tournament:

 The fourth annual Post 187 Legionnaire Golf Tournament is now history. The Brevofield Links were in great shape as reported by the Tournament Directors. Calling all the participants to the Tee Boxes at the start of the tournament; we were honored to have Mayor Vivian Jones. Winning the top award for the best overall score was the […]

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