When Wake Country voters approved am $810 million Capital Improvement Plan in 2013, that money included funds for the renovation of Rolesville Elementary School.
Every October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month is observed with the hopes of bringing awareness to the very important and sensitive subject. Local professionals and agencies use this time for outreach, community engagement and education.
To celebrate Rolesville High School’s graduating class, the Class of 2016, we’re featuring two students each month of the school year. The October spotlight introduces our readers to Glody Mpunda and Maddie Beck.
When Howard Fleming, area resident and Rolesville business owner, saw an opportunity in a small patch of land, he showed that small gestures can have a big impact.
Part 1 in a series about your local government
The Rolesville Parks and Recreation Department has been around at least in the form of volunteers running an adult softball league since the 1960s and ’70s.
Business Briefs for October: The Factory sold | Virgilio’s moved | Espresso Self Café opened | Gooey’s American Grille opened | Perkins Counseling & Psychological Services expanded and moved
Travel: What M.C. Escher, Billy Graham and the Most Extreme Mammals Have in Common … Things to do this fall
Second annual Reindeer Day at RHS adding vendors
Rolesville High School sophomore selected for scholar society
Lizzie Dunn Leigh celebrates 100 years!
Town Proclamation: October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Town Proclamation: October is Hispanic Heritage Month
Rolesville named to safest cities list
Wake Forest News
Ned Winn honored with distinguished Southeastern Photography award
Hartt Family establishes little free library for community
Free Wake Forest wall calendar now available
The sweet taste of victory for local figure skater
Other Area News
3 things to consider during breast cancer awareness month
Petty Officer Ragland recognized as “Warrior of the Day”
ABC Commission launches 2nd phase of “Talk It Out” campaign
County’s residential growth pays