Community conversation address the school-to-prison pipeline and role of SROs in Wake County Schools
Panel members shared thoughts on the role of SROs, ways to address the disproportionate number of African-American students disciplined by the school system, solutions to ending the school-to-prison pipeline, and the movement to raise the age of juvenile distinction from 16 to 18.
Danny Johnson Encourages Sense of Community for Growth in Rolesville
The Rolesville Rural Fire Department recently took time to recognize past and current members and celebrate those who tirelessly contribute to the success and safety of our town. At the annual Member Appreciation Dinner and Awards Ceremony on January 14, Fire Chief and Master of Ceremonies Rodney Privette led a night that was filled with family entertainment, affectionate humor and an abundance of heartfelt gratitude and pride.
Part 7 in a Series on Local Small Business Successes
At the corner of East Young and North Main streets in Rolesville sits a large building, the cinderblock exterior painted to look like brick, and signs regularly adorning the windows to advertise the latest sale. There aren’t many people around town who aren’t familiar with Rolesville Furniture or who haven’t stopped in at least once to check out the newest inventory.
As the region grows, the need to offer food to those in need also grows. Awareness of that need has prompted one local organization, Tri-Area Ministry Food Pantry (TAMFP), to open its doors for one Saturday morning a month. The third Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. was added to the busy days of Monday and Wednesday mornings.
Heritage High School Teachers Create New Opportunities for their Special Needs Students
Heritage High School teachers Suzy McCabe and Christie D’Amore teach their special needs students a variety of skills. When the teaching duo encountered challenges finding off-campus opportunities for the students, they put their own problem-solving skills to work and came up with an on-campus solution.
For the first time since owner Terry Marcellin-Little purchased the house in 2012, the public will be welcomed to explore the historic property through a series of guided tours offered at set times throughout the week. There’s plenty in store for an exciting opening weekend!
Business Briefs for March
Financial: Do our attitudes about money help or hurt us?
Gardening for March: N.C. Variety
O’s Commentary for March: Good love?
Outdoors: Spotted sunfish record established
Pets: Grooming Tips 101
Real Estate: Q4 Rolesville real estate ends another good year
Rolesville High School ‘RAM’arks for March
What’s Buzzin’ @ RMS for March