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Timothy J. Lavallee
Entries posted by Timothy J. Lavallee
Timothy J. Lavallee lives in Wake Forest. He is a married father of a son, a daughter, and a rescued boxer dog named Belle. He is the co-founder of Destination Wake Forest.
GC5 Vintage Owners Branch Out with New Business

GC5 Vintage Owners Branch Out with New Business

There’s Pick Up Sticks, you-pick strawberries, and now Pick A Class. Wake Forest business owners Amanda and John Giustiniani are launching a second business in Downtown Wake Forest this week that aims to fill that gap between, “I wish I knew how to [insert skill here]” and a five-week course at a local community college. […]

Operation Medicine Drop Today

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Operation Medicine Drop Today

The Wake Forest Police Department is partnering with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), D.A.R.E. and Safe Kids North Carolina to sponsor a medicine drop-off event Saturday, Sept. 29, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Originally scheduled to be held in town hall, Operation Medicine Drop has been relocated to the Brooks Street Substation, 221 S. […]

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Wake Forest Library Book Sale Needs Volunteers

The Friends of the Wake Forest Community Library are having their annual fund-raising book sale, and they are in need of volunteers starting this week. The Friends are seeking volunteers to help us set up, organize, assist during the sale and pack up unsold books for return to storage. They can use help on any […]

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Lawn Watering Restrictions Lifted for Wake Forest Residents

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Lawn Watering Restrictions Lifted for Wake Forest Residents

Wake Forest residents are now free to water whenever they want. The Raleigh City Council voted on May 1 to end the lawn watering restrictions that have been in place since the 2007 drought, which saw Falls Lake – Raleigh’s main water source – dip to its lowest levels since the lake was created by […]

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Slideshow: Bear Shape Spotted in Holding Park

The rough shape of a bear can be seen in Holding Park today. Don’t be alarmed. It’s not a real bear. The Wake Forest Parks and Recreation Department has partnered with Wake Forest Arts to bring master carver Jerry Reid to town to turn a large tree stump into a bear based on a drawing […]

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Clear Your Bookshelves for the Library Friends Book Sale

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Clear Your Bookshelves for the Library Friends Book Sale

The Friends of the Wake Forest Library will hold their Annual Used Book Sale Saturday, May 5 from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at the Ledford Center at 120 S. Wingate Street on the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) campus in Wake Forest. Members of the Friends of the Wake Forest Library are invited to […]

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Carolina Mudcats Win Opening Day Game, 11-2

The Carolina Mudcats pounded out 14 base hits en route to an 11-2 victory over the Winston-Salem Dash in front of 5,356 on Opening Night at Five County Stadium. Jesus Aguilar paced the Mudcats’ offense with four hits, including a two-run double. Tyler Holt drove in three runs with three hits. Carlos Moncrief drew four […]

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WCPSS Urging Parents to Register Kindergartners By Next Thursday

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WCPSS Urging Parents to Register Kindergartners By Next Thursday

The Wake County Public School System urges parents to enroll their rising kindergartners and new students for the 2012-13 school year by Thursday, April 12. Parents must register their children and make school selections by 10 p.m. Thursday to be considered for seats in their preferred schools. WCPSS will hold two bilingual Spanish and English […]

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Get Involved: Join a Town Board or Committee

You can make a difference in our community by applying to fill one of the vacancies on the Planning Board, Human Relations Council, Cemetery Advisory Board, or Board of Adjustment. The Town’s advisory boards were established to give citizens input into what happens in the community and to advise the Board of Commissioners on matters […]

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Wake Forest Weekly Farmers Market Returns on Saturday

The wait for fresh produce, meats, cheeses, and handcrafts ends on Saturday when the Wake Forest Farmers Market returns to its regular weekly schedule. The market is open 8 a.m. to noon, and it is packed with lots to see, do, and buy this week. The Easter Bunny will be visiting for parents to bring […]

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