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Located just north of North Carolina’s state capital in Raleigh, Wake Forest is a town that sits in the northern section of Wake County. In 2007, Forbes Magazine listed Wake Forest as the 20th-fastest growing suburb in America. Apparently, the town had a 73-percent increase in number of residents between 2000 and 2006. Interestingly, Wake Forest University doesn’t even reside in Wake Forest. It originated there, but then moved to Winston-Salem in 1956.

Population: 22324
Local Newspapers: The Wake Weekly The News & Observer
Local Sports Teams: Carolina Hurricanes (NHL) Carolina Mudcats
Local Colleges: Wake Technical Community College

Zip Codes associated with wake forest, north carolina: 27587 27588
Towns/Cities near wake forest, north carolina : Youngsville Rolesville Neuse Pocomoke Franklinton

Wake Forest News
Two new restaurants are coming to West Street warehouse project in downtown Raleigh

Atlas Stark says it's almost complete with its redevelopment of an old warehouse on North West Street in downtown Raleigh. It will become the home of two new restaurants, a fitness center and several offices.

These are this summer's best books, from beach reads to conversation starters

Whether you're looking for a beach book with a Southern belle or two, an adventure with a pirate on North Carolina's coast, or literary fiction that you can discuss at the next barbecue, local booksellers and publishers have plenty of suggestions for a summer read for you. "I think it's different things to different people," said Jamie Fiocco, owner and general manager of Flyleaf Books in Chapel Hill.

Bu.ku will leave downtown Raleigh at the end of the year. Get ready, Cary.

At the end of the year, Bu.ku is leaving its downtown Raleigh home after an eight-year run, but it will take over one of the area's most beloved dining rooms. "The An space is really beautiful," said Sean Degnan, who co-owns Bu.ku with Tony Hopkins.

Pence speaks to the Southern Baptist Convention:...

The debate about the treatment of women that has roiled the Southern Baptist Convention came to a head Wednesday at the denomination's annual meeting. There, the meeting of more than 9,000 delegates debated whether a seminary's board acted properly in firing the seminary president after a former student of his alleged that he did not report her rape to police.

1 patient discharged, 2 critical after ammunition plant fire

One of three patients being treated for injuries sustained during a fire at the main propellant-manufacturing facility for the U.S. Department of Defense has been discharged from a North Carolina hospital. A spokeswoman for Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center said Wednesday that one patient injured earlier this week at the Radford Army Ammunition Plant had been discharged and the other two remained in critical condition.

This pet food service makes sure neither pets nor their older owners go hungry

At 68, Carol Williams lives in senior citizen housing in Wake Forest, where her only companion is a tuxedo cat named Spring - a 12-year-old who likes Fancy Feast fish meals and ice in her water bowl. Williams is a breast cancer survivor with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.

Superintendent's message: A promising future awaits the Class of 2018 Posted at

This Saturday morning, seniors in the Class of 2018 will walk across the graduation stage and receive their high school diploma. It is a milestone that signifies the successful completion of their K-12 educational journey and marks the beginning of a new and exciting phase in life.

West Carteret Class of 2018 earns $1.25 million in scholarships

Diplomas were presented to 285 seniors during a Friday evening commencement program.

Wake Weekly

A sophomore at Thales Academy has won the Congressional Art Competition. Katelyn Corrigan's artwork was selected to represent the 2nd District of North Carolina.

Authorities: Woman burned in domestic violence incident dies

Authorities say a North Carolina woman who was set on fire during a domestic violence incident last December has died. A sheriff's office SWAT Team and a hostage negotiator responded to a home Dec. 7 after a call about a burn victim.

Bright, low-income kids are missing out on advanced classes. This bill would force a change.

In North Carolina public schools, low-income children who score at the top level on end-of-grade math tests aren't getting an equal chance at gifted classes, a News & Observer/Charlotte Observer investigation reveals. In this video, we explain how In North Carolina public schools, low-income children who score at the top level on end-of-grade math tests aren't getting an equal chance at gifted classes, a News & Observer/Charlotte Observer investigation reveals.

J.D. Greear is ready to give Southern Baptists a makeover

"Is it possible to be a lukewarm Christian?" he asked his listeners on a recent Sunday morning at The Summit , his North Carolina megachurch. Standing onstage in gray jeans, a polo shirt and a scruffy stubble, he likens halfhearted Christians to lukewarm coffee.

Kinston High student leader wins scholarship Updated at

A Kinston High School senior headed to Wake Forest University has been selected as the winner of a major scholarship named for a popular Lenoir County school guidance counselor, the Kathleen Morrisey Klutey Memorial Scholarship. Ms. Klutey, now deceased, was guidance counselor for many years at South Lenoir High School.

In Brief: Publix presents $17,100 check to High Country United Way

From left to right: High Country United Way board member Kate Gavenus, High Country United Way executive committee member Jennie Stultz, High Country United Way vice chair Susan Poorman, High Country United Way chair Fred Pfohl, Publix of Three Creeks store manager Joel Wise, Publix of Three Creeks assistant store manager Mark Taggart, High Country United Way incoming chair Johnny Carson and High Country United Way Executive Director Gary Childers.

Seminary board strips Paige Patterson of title and benefits in dramatic turnabout

After considering fresh evidence of an alleged rape cover-up, the board of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth voted to strip embattled former President Paige Patterson of the title and benefits it had granted him a week ago. In a statement posted to its website Wednesday , the board of trustees took away "all the benefits, rights and privileges provided by the May 22-23 board meeting, including the title of President Emeritus, the invitation to reside at the Baptist Heritage Center as theologian-in-residence and ongoing compensation."

Crime log, May 27

She was jailed on $1,200 bond pending a court hearing June 4. a Quentin Daniel, 45, of 605 Coggeshall St., Oxford, was charged via order for arrest May 10 with failure to appear. He was jailed on $2,500 bond pending a court hearing May 11. a Barry T. Riley, 54, of 1411 Pocomoke #1, Franklinton, was charged via order for arrest May 10 with 11 counts of failure to appear.

NCC recognizes nursing grads

The Nash Community College Associate Degree Nursing graduate pinning ceremony was held May 10 in Brown Auditorium.

Wake Forest concludes baseball season with extra-innings loss to No. 12 Duke

Durham, NC - Wake Forest concluded its 2018 season with a 6-2 loss to No. 12 Duke in ACC Championship pool play, 6-2, in 13 innings at Durham Bulls Athletic Park on Thursday.Griffin Roberts and Rayne Supple combined for 11.0 strong innings on the mound for the Demon Deacons , but the Blue Devils broke through with four 13th-inning runs to seal the ... (more)

Accusations surface against Southern Baptist leader Paige Patterson as trustees meet in Fort Worth

On the same day that Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary trustees met in a closed executive session to discuss his role at the Fort Worth school, new revelations have surfaced about Southern Baptist leader Paige Patterson. After the trustees went into a closed executive session, the Washington Post published a story about a woman who claims Patterson encouraged her not to report a rape to police and told her to forgive the man who allegedly raped her after she invited him into her apartment.

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