Town of RolesvilleRolesville Town Commissioners Medley and Sutton complete first year in office

With February being Black History Month, discussions often center on such past historical figures as Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass, Rosa Parks and Thurgood Marshall. And rightfully so. But history is being made today, even right here in Rolesville. Look no further than Michelle Medley and Sheilah Sutton, who made town history in November 2015 when they became the first African-Americans to be elected to public office locally.

2017 RRFD BanquetRolesville Fire Dept. Member Appreciation Dinner: A celebration of service and achievement

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.

Rolesville Elementary School - Phase 1Rolesville Elementary renovation update

Phase 1: Gynasium renovation completed Students at Rolesville Elementary finally got the chance to see what all the noise has been about as the first of three renovation projects was unveiled on January 17. There were plenty of “ooos” and “aahhs” as Principal Dana Primiano welcomed wide-eyed students to the addition complete with brand-new gymnasium, cafeteria and art and music rooms.

heart healthThis Valentine’s Day, pledge your love to your heart

Every February, stores and florists are abuzz with shoppers looking for the right and best presents to show their loved ones how much they care. This adoration is usually measured in dozens and carats, but why not measure in pounds and milligrams this year and give yourself a gift of renewed heart health?

Page 158 BooksPage 158 Books combines two dreams for The Luceys

Part 6 in a Series on Local Small Business Successes When Sue Lucey walked into Storytellers bookstore along Historic Downtown Wake Forest’s business district in late spring 2015, she casually mentioned to owner Drew Bridges that she’d love to own a bookstore herself someday. To her surprise, “someday” came about sooner rather than later.

St. Baldricks - 2017St. Baldrick’s: Brave the Shave at White Street Brewing

Spring is just around the corner, but before you go and schedule that spring haircut, you may want to let it go just a bit longer.  The annual St. Baldrick’s Brave the Shave event will be held at White Street Brewing in Wake Forest on March 18 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Live music, food trucks, and a day of fun-filled charity will all be part of the festivities. Whether you decide to shave your head, volunteer or donate, you’re invited to be part of the excitement.

Mazie's Mission
Mazie’s Mission brings cheer to children at Duke Hospital

WFHS - Stand Against Stigma
Wake Forest High School students take a stand against mental health stigma

RHS Signing

Eleven Sign Letters of Intent
at Rolesville H.S.

Lighthouse Basketball Team

Lighthouse Eagles varsity teams win Kerr Vance holiday tournament

Business Briefs for February 2017: What’s new and open now plus what’s coming

Financial: The many benefits of a Roth IRA

Gardening for February 2017: Winter in the garden

O’s Commentary for February 2017: In Memoriam

Outdoors: Spotted sunfish record established

Pets: Finding the right trainer for your puppy

Real Estate: Q4 Rolesville real estate ends another good year

Rolesville High School ‘RAM’arks for February 2017

What’s Buzzin’ @ RMS for February 2017

Town of RolesvilleTown Leaders Ask Community to Be Patient During Investigation of High School Incident

Rolesville HS Rams logoLetter From Principal Lassiter


State Senator Chad Barefoot Benjamin W. Blevins Jason Cannon Commissioner Ronnie Currin State Representative Chris Malone Chauncey Minnick Ansell Neri

Other News

Forest Moon Theater’s “Agnes of God” now through Feb. 26

Book Club Kits for Kids

Perkins CSP Announces Free Ed Series

Successful Small Farms Conference Feb. 25

Wake Forest seeking family histories

Franklin County 4-H’ers win big at N.C. State Fair

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