We at the Rolesville Buzz invite our readers to take the Unplugged Challenge. Go 24 hours – or at least from the time you wake up until the time you go to sleep – without technology. No cell phones, no television, no landline (if you have one at all). Emergencies are an exception, of course.
Amy Arnold, a rising junior at a local high school, has known the sting of bullying. Since elementary school, she has been the target of many insults both spoken and written, leaving her desperate and lonely. This constant unrelenting torment made school a difficult place to be and learning near impossible.
Lyme disease has fought as big a battle in achieving awareness and understanding as those who suffer from it have found in obtaining treatment. Mired in controversy, the disease has been difficult to talk about and finding adequate, affordable treatment even more so.
Businessman opposes new Rolesville sign rules
At a Rolesville Town Board meeting, Rick Eddins, the owner of Rolesville Furniture, spoke out against the regulations, calling the sign ordinances “a complete disaster for businesses.” The town of Rolesville, however, does not see it that way.
For some students, “summer” means being at home, working a part-time job and spending time with friends. For others, “summer” means parties and vacations, and for a few it means an additional school term. For Wake Forest resident Siobhan Cahill, however, this summer means riding her bike 4,000 miles across the country from Baltimore to San Francisco.
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Ace Hardware tops in customer satisfaction for 9th consecutive year. Rolesville store owner knows customers want excellent service.