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Heritage High School Students and Wake Electric Team Up To Monitor Electric Use

Heritage High School Students and Wake Electric Team Up To Monitor Electric Use

Students from Heritage High School in Wake Forest recently learned valuable life lessons about energy conservation through an AP Environmental Science project in which their local electric cooperative, Wake Electric, took on an unexpected role. Their teacher,¬†Molly Bostic, assigned a personal home energy audit requiring students to monitor their electric usage for a 10 day-period […]

Rural Electric Youth Tour Winners Includes One From Wake Forest

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Rural Electric Youth Tour Winners Includes One From Wake Forest

High-school juniors Megan Izzo of Raleigh and Jeremy Boudah of Wake Forest have been selected by Wake Electric to attend an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C. in June through the 2012 Rural Electric Youth Tour. Both students also won a $1,000 scholarship for college. Izzo, 16, is a student at Cardinal Gibbons High School and […]

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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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Town, Lions Club, Heritage High Plant Trees Around Wake Forest

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Town, Lions Club, Heritage High Plant Trees Around Wake Forest

A partnership rooted in service has planted a shady future in three sunny areas around town. The Town of Wake Forest Urban Forestry Department teamed with the Wake Forest Lions Club and students from Heritage High School on Friday, March 16 to plant several trees at the Smith Creek Soccer Center on Heritage Lake Road […]

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Cameron Day is Tree Sculpture Design Contest Winner

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Cameron Day is Tree Sculpture Design Contest Winner

The Wake Forest Parks and Recreation Department has chosen a winning design for the town’s Tree Sculpture Contest, and it is Cameron Day. Day is a 14-year-old freshman at Heritage High School, and she designed a sculpture of a bear seated on a tree stump. Her mother, Teresa, says the Tree Sculpture Contest appealed to […]

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Spring Forward This Sunday Toward Storm Readiness

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Spring Forward This Sunday Toward Storm Readiness

Daylight Saving Time will begin again on Sunday, March 11 at 2 a.m., and it marks a good time to make sure you’re well-stocked and prepared for emergencies. The clock change also signals the end of the state’s Severe Weather Awareness Week, which set aside to encourage North Carolinians to make arrangements for the types […]

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Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular

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Fireworks, games, live entertainment, and a whole lot more await you at this year’s¬†Fourth of July celebration! Now in its 39th year, Wake Forest’s Independence Day celebration is one of our area’s most eagerly-anticipated summer events serving up two days worth of fun and excitement for the entire family. This year, the revelry gets underway […]

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How to Help Tornado Victims at Heritage High shelter

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Wake Forest public information officer Bill Crabtree sent out an E-Alert and a phone alert today to residents listing items and assistance still needed at the Heritage High storm shelter: Men’s draw-string athletic shorts – sizes medium and large Men’s shorts – sizes 30 and 32 (waist) Men’s work pants – all sizes Men’s sneakers […]

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Granite Falls Swim Club Offers Help For Tornado Victims

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Granite Falls Swim Club is one of many businesses that is stepping in to help people who need assistance after the tornadoes that hit the Wake Forest and Rolesville areas on Saturday. The club sent out an e-mail today offering its showers and more. It also included a list of items needed by the emergency […]

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Sen. Hagan to Visit Heritage High School Storm Shelter

U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan will be touring different parts of the state today to view damage caused by Saturday’s tornadoes. She will be in Bertie County in the morning, and in Wake Forest at 3:45 p.m. She will visit Heritage High School, which is serving as a Triangle Red Cross emergency shelter for people who […]

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