TB meeting - Comprehensive Plan, Aug. 1, 2017Comprehensive Plan Public Hearing Packs the Hall | Wish list for many plus cautions and questions from others

The August 1 Town Board Meeting offered a surprise in the number of residents who attended to speak, listen or both, but the meeting held few surprises in what they thought about the Rolesville’s Comprehensive Plan. The chamber was packed to capacity, with dozens more crowding the foyer and hallways. Within 45 minutes, 18 people spoke for an average of 2½ minutes each.

Rolesville Elementary School - completed renovation 9/2017Rolesville Elementary Welcomes Students After Renovation

A renovation that has been years in the making is complete, and students and staff alike could not be happier. Rolesville Elementary School Principal Dana Dougherty-Primiano welcomed excited students to the August 25 open house for teacher introductions and for the opportunity to see the new school.

Los Tres Magueyes - Brunch BillSunday Brunch Bill Not a Game-Changer for Rolesville and Surrounding Towns

Though many towns across North Carolina were quick to take advantage of the legislation, the issue wasn’t without controversy in smaller towns in a state where Sunday alcohol use has long been frowned upon.

Pilot.dog - Volunteer Dorothy LedfordPilot.dog Makes Difference as Unique Dog Rescue Group

If you look up in the sky one day, you might not know it, but a rescue dog could be soaring above in a 1974 Cessna 182 airplane named “Dude.” This dog would be among the 125 animals Steve and Pam Rhode, the founders of Pilot.dog, have saved by flying rescue or shelter dogs to be relocated to safe places.

Raleigh Irish FestFeis in the Forest Irish Music Festival Will Bring Food and Fun to Downtown Wake Forest Saturday September 23

Local residents will want to dig out their kilts and tweed jackets because a wee bit of the Emerald Isle will be coming to Wake Forest again this year. The Wake County chapter of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will host its annual Feis in the Forest Irish Music Festival on Saturday, September 23, offering plenty of Celtic music, dancing and fun from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. on South Taylor Street.

Wake Forest Dance Festival -Wake Forest Dance Festival to Debut All-Day Park Event September 30

Masha Maddux was just 4½ when she watched a dance performance in her home country of Ukraine that changed her life aspirations forever. After that, Maddux knew her main dream: to dance. Now, Maddux is bringing an all-day dance festival to Wake Forest’s E. Carroll Joyner Park in hopes that the Sept. 30 event could evoke a similar calling in future dancers and introduce residents to professional talent as well.

N.C. Department of Insurance Urges Residents to Check Insurance Coverage

Back to School-RAMbassadorsTransitions abound for students at new levels

Engineering-S. Brown-N. SmithThe changing faces of computer engineering


Business Briefs for September

Gardening for September:
Public Gardens – Local

O’s Commentary for September: Sometimes Life Savers Isn’t Just Candy

Outdoors:  Record Purse, Record Prize at the Big Rock

Real Estate: Q2 2017

Rolesville High School ‘RAM’arks for September

What’s Buzzin’ @ RMS for September


“Writing the College Essay” Workshop Offered This Fall

Travis Manion Foundation to Host Annual 9/11 Heroes Run

Forest Moon Theater presents “California Suite” Sept. 15-17 & 22-24

Heroes of Two Worlds: Michael & The Marquis exhibit set for Sept. 22-24 at the Little House Museum and Gallery

Tri-Creek Greenway Crawl Sept. 30

2017 Parade Homes Features Increased Amenities Sept. 30 & Oct. 1, Oct. 6-8, and Oct. 13-15

Hope House Sponsors Successful Book Bag Giveaway

Veterans’ Services Offer Wide-Scale Opportunities

Barefoot Announces Plans to Retire

Better Lighting Coming for Interstates and Major Highways Across North Carolina

Discounted State Fair Tickets on Sale Through Oct. 12

3 Home Projects to Transform Your Yard into a Refuge for Birds

Zebulon Native Serves in Japan Aboard Forward-Deployed Ship