Rolesville loses formerFire Chief Roy E. Jones, Jr.

fire chief of 21 years

“He was the backbone of the Community. He ‘mastered’ the Rolesville Rural Fire Department for years. Roy Ed gave his time and energy to see that it was one of the best fire departments in Wake County. He continued with his work in the Fire Department, even after he ‘retired’ as Chief,” says Rolesville Mayor Frank Eagles.

Sgt. Snyder is newest

veteran to receive a home

Eight years ago, Operation: Coming Home (OCH) began as an idea among members of the Home Builders Association of Raleigh-Wake County and the local veterans group Triangle Real Estate & Construction Veterans.  They wanted to provide free custom homes for soldiers who injured in the line of duty.On Oct. 27, the 11th key ceremony was conducted for Sgt. Kyle Snyder and his family. Lennar Homes built the Snyders’ new house.

Forget Black Friday. Try
Shop Small

Shop Local Saturday!

Black Friday. Buy Nothing Day. Cyber Monday. Finally, in 2010, came Small Business Saturday, also known as Shop Local Day. This year, Shop Local Day is Saturday, November 28, and we urge you to keep your money where your house is by supporting locally-owned businesses throughout the year.

RHS Class of 2016 Senior Spotlight

Ashley-Brooke DanielsGreg BargemanTo celebrate Rolesville High School’s graduating class, the Class of 2016, we’re featuring two students each month of the school year. The November spotlight introduces our readers to Greg Bargeman and Ashley-Brooke Daniels.

RPD continues to add resources

The Rolesville Police Department is keeping up with the town’s rapid growth by implementing a second School Resource Officer position for Rolesville High School and adding another officer to the force.

Constructing the future of Rolesville

Inside the Rolesville Planning Department: Part 2 in a series about your local government
The Rolesville Planning Department is the branch of Town Hall responsible for all matters concerning zoning laws, code enforcement, permitting, land use and planning in Rolesville.


Business Briefs for November: d’Roc Spa in The Factory; Massage Envy at  Wake Forest Crossing; and Back Alley Coffee Roasters Downtown Wake Forest

Faith and Worship for November 2015

Financial: The Long Ascent of the S&P 500

O’s Commentary for November: Thanksgiving is not always happy

Outdoors: Shooting Ranges Sprouting up

Pets: Are You a Good  Pet Parent?

Real Estate Q3: Real estate is hot, but don’t get greedy

Travel: What M.C. Escher, Billy Graham and the Most Extreme Mammals Have in Common … Things to do this fall

What’s Buzzin’at RMS – November 2015


Photo Gallery: Oct. 22 Jones Dairy ES Reading Fair

Photo Gallery: Oct. 23 Fire Chief Roy E. Jones, Jr. laid to rest

Photo Gallery: Oct. 23 2015 Rolesville HS Homecoming Pep Rally

Photo Gallery: Oct. 23 2015 Rolesville HS Homecoming Game

Dictionary DayNational Dictionary Day
a hit with the third graders of Rolesville

Renewing You Donovan & MaffucciRenewing You helps cancer patients care for themselves

Joe Moore - Zebulon Town ManagerZebulon’s new Town Manager ready for town’s inevitable growth

Turkey Food and Wine PairingThanksgiving

Wake Forest Police Department Turkey Drive underway, sees slow start
Turkey carving tips for Thanksgiving
Less stress this Thanksgiving: 7 easy steps to your best turkey yet
Delicious food and wine pairing tips for Thanksgiving

Rolesville News

Rolesville High School track star Lauren White signs national letter of intent, will attend NCSU
Rolesville High School sophomore selected for scholar society
Lizzie Dunn Leigh celebrates 100 years!

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Wake Forest News

Police Department accepting donations for Shop with a Cop
West Oak Avenue bridge replacement began Oct. 26
Wake Forest to host winter basketball clinics for children and adults with special needs
Local pet-sitting company creates calendar as fundraiser for chained dogs
Tickets on sale for 2015 Renaissance Centre Broadway Ball
Renaissance Centre wishing for an upright piano
Loose leaf collection now through mid-March

Wake Forest News

Other Area News

Franklin County Arts Council call to artists for two December shows
Wakefield Rotarians sell holiday poinsettias until Nov. 19
Alan Tate Realtors raise $15,000 for public education in the Triangle
N.C. gardeners have new opportunities to help birds thrive
Youngsville travel team Winter World Series bronze champions

Other Area News