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  • FAITH NOTES

    Faith Notes: April 23

    Knightdale United Methodist Church will host a chicken barbecue lunch and dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, April 25, at 7071 Forestville Road, Knightdale. The cost is $8 per plate, which includes barbecue chicken, boiled potatoes, green beans, bread and dessert. Eat in or takeout. Call 919...

  • COMMUNITY

    Five Minutes with... Chad Ray

    The house builder and sustainable farmer, along with his wife, was invited to the White House to speak on our nation’s “green economy.”

  • KNIGHTDALE

    Annual project by LDS churches in Raleigh helps fuel Food Bank

    The nine Raleigh branches of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are now in their seventh year uniting on what they call a month of service.

  • COMMUNITY

    April 20 Pet of the Week: Frank

    Frank is a 7-year-old, 10-pound gray and white domestic shorthair with a laid-back personality.

  • COMMUNITY NOTES

    Community Notes: April 20

    Wake County Public School System will offer a Certified Nursing Assistant Level 1 short course from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. April 21-29, at Knightdale High School, 100 Bryan Chalk Lane, Knightdale. The fee is $450. Beauty Night Prom Prep will also be offered from 6:30 to 9:30 April 30, with a fee of $...

  • FAITH NOTES

    Faith Notes: April 20

    Pleasant Grove Baptist will hold a Resurrection Sunday morning worship service at 11 a.m. Sunday, April 20, at 952 Morpheus Bridge Road, Wendell. The service will include liturgical dance and song, as well as a message.

  • NOTABLES

    Giving back earns praise

    When Sarah Broadwell collects her diploma next month from the University of North Carolina, she will be among a small band of students noted not only for what they learned, but what they gave back.

  • COMMUNITY

    This Week in History: April 16

    This week in history we look back 10, 25 and 50 years at what was happening in the eastern Wake County area.

  • COMMUNITY

    Some NC farmers markets struggle to accept food stamps

    Some small or volunteer-run farmer markets in North Carolina struggle to be able to accept food stamps, while others – some thanks to government or grant support – are able to sell local produce to families on food stamps.

  • WENDELL

    Wendell farmers support food bank

    Since 2008, the Parker brothers of Gulfstream Produce have donated about 300,000 pounds of produce each year to the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina.

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