Many residents were saddened and disappointed when in 2014 the 4th of July came and went without fireworks in Rolesville. Thanks to a committee lead by Rolesville resident Gejuan Batson, that’s all changed for this year.
Town Manager Bryan Hicks confidently presented his proposed budget to the Town Board at a public hearing on May 19. On June 1, the budget was approved. With this budget, Hicks looks to do some important good.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and we don’t mean Christmas. It’s spring, and shopping the local farmers’ markets means red juicy strawberries, golden honey and fresh eggs.
UPDATED INFORMATION AT END OF ARTICLE June 26, June 18 and June 8. As the Rolesville/401 bypass continues its crawl to completion and the last lap is nearly in sight, everything rides on when the contractor, Michigan-based DeVere Construction Co., will give the NC Department of Transportation (NC DOT) the green light to put traffic onto the road.
Captain Orlando Soto and Chief Bobby Langston have congruent goals to better serve the community, and are working together to make improvements from the inside out.
Dad would do anything for anyone without drama or complaint and, in doing so, he taught me many intangibles by his example.
Real Estate returns in August