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New Boutique opens in Downtown Raleigh

There’s a new shop in downtown Raleigh. Kindred Boutique opened up last Saturday on S. Wilmington Street. It’s a local incubator for handmade local North Carolina artists. I got to view the shop before it opened and talk with the staff. Elizabeth, Whitney and Michelle were all on had to tell me a bit about the […]

Local Students Earn Reward from Wake Electric

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Local Students Earn Reward from Wake Electric

Thanks to the generosity of Wake Electric members, students in the area earned a little financial reward for their good grades. Thanks to the Operation RoundUp program, Wake Electric Members donate to the academic reward initiative known as “Give Us and A” by agreeing to round up their monthly electric bill to the next dollar. […]

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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. […]

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Find Your Polling Place Before Tomorrow’s Election

Do you know where you’re supposed to vote? Do you know the hours the polls are open? The state of North Carolina has a nice web-based system you can use to find your polling place. Click here to go to it. Polls are open 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. If you are in line at […]

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Town Closes E. Juniper Avenue For a Month

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The Town of Wake Forest will close E. Juniper Avenue in just outside Downtown Wake Forest for a month while crews realign the street to create a new intersection. Fred Smith Company, the contractor building the Traditions development off E. Juniper, will have crews working on the street in phases while the road is closed […]

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