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  2. The Wake Weekly - Wikipedia

    The Wake Weekly is an American weekly newspaper based in Wake Forest, North Carolina, primarily covering the North Carolina counties of Wake and Franklin. History [ edit ] From 2009–2019, it was published by Allen Publishing LLC, a corporation owned by Todd Allen, son of original owners Robert W. and Margaret G. Allen.

  3. Wake Forest, North Carolina - Wikipedia,_North_Carolina

    Website. Wake Forest is a town in Franklin and Wake counties in the U.S. state of North Carolina; located almost entirely in Wake County, it lies just north of the state capital, Raleigh. At the 2020 census, the population was 47,601, up from 30,117 in 2010. [5] It is part of the Raleigh metropolitan area.

  4. List of newspapers in North Carolina - Wikipedia

    List of newspapers[edit] There were approximately 260 North Carolina newspapers in publication at the beginning of 2020. [2] The Fayetteville Observer (established in 1816) is the oldest newspaper in North Carolina. The Star-News of Wilmington (established in 1867) is the oldest continuously running newspaper.

  5. Election 2023: Here are results for Wake Forest, Apex, Cary ...

    Towns throughout Wake County elected new mayors and board members. Check back for updates on results. Election 2023: Here are results for Wake Forest, Apex, Cary & more Wake County towns

  6. Wake County high school mourns loss of its first and only ...

    T. Keung Hui. April 30, 2024 at 10:54 AM. Wake County Public School System. North Wake College and Career Academy closed Tuesday after the death of Elizabeth Battle, the school’s first and only ...

  7. Wake still needs 300 teachers as school year nears. But that ...

    AJ Muttillo, Wake’s assistant superintendent for human resources, said it’s good news that the district has filled nearly 98% of its 11,000+ teaching positions. “I’m hopeful of the ...

  8. Old Gold & Black - Wikipedia

    1,750. Website. wfuogb .com. The Old Gold & Black (sometimes abbreviated to OGB) is the student-run newspaper of Wake Forest University, named after the school's colors. The newspaper was founded in 1916 [1] and is published in print every other Thursday, with the exception of school holidays and exam weeks. [2]

  9. The News & Observer - Wikipedia

    ISSN. 2688-8807. OCLC number. 46320400. Website. www .newsobserver .com. The News & Observer is an American regional daily newspaper that serves the greater Triangle area based in Raleigh, North Carolina. The paper is the largest in circulation in the state (second is the Charlotte Observer ).