You can help plan town’s recreation

The Wake Forest Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources (PRCR) Department is asking local residents to participate in a series of focus groups on Wednesday, Sept. 3, designed to evaluate the town’s parks and recreation services. The PRCR Department will incorporate the focus group findings in the development of the new Parks and Recreation Master Plan. The Sept. 3 focus groups are scheduled at the following times and locations: 9:30 a.m. - Northern Wake Senior Center, 235 East Holding Avenue 11 a.m. - Wake Forest Town Hall, 301 South Brooks Street 2 p.m. - Wake Forest Renaissance Centre, 405 South Brooks Street Area residents are also invited to attend the Master Plan Public Meeting on Sept. 3 at … [Read More...]


Unplug and enjoy the music

Fifth annual Wake Forest Unplugged set for Sept. 7 The Cajun-flavored blues band Mel Melton & The Wicked Mojos will headline the fifth annual Wake Forest Unplugged…Get Connected on Sunday, Sept. … [Read More...]

Antique Road Show Extravaganza

The Wake Forest Woman’s Club invites you to find out if that treasured heirloom or something you found in your grandmother’s attic is really valuable to others or just priceless to you. The club is … [Read More...]


Brief Bits

The heavy equipment and raw dirt next to the Wake Forest U.S. Post Office does not signal an addition to the building. Postmaster John Thompson said, “We are expanding our parking lot.” The three identical mail blue drop … [Read More...]

No planning board meeting again

For the second month in a row there will not be a Wake Forest Planning Board meeting on the evening of the first Tuesday. There will be a work session for the town commissioners and mayor at 5:30 p.m. that day, Sept. 3. … [Read More...]