Visitors to Wendell Creative Arts and Science Magnet Elementary School notice the school’s theme before they even enter the school, which won the Elementary Magnet School of Merit award from Magnet Schools of America last weekend.
Out of 10 towns across the state to receive the N.C. Department of Transportation’s 2015 Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning Grant, Wendell was the only municipality to be awarded the grant in Wake County.
Spring is coming in with a bang – or rather, fling – the first week of May for the town’s Spring Fling May 1-2. For the second year, the long-standing sidewalk sale will be combined with street entertainment and the grand opening of the Wendell Farmer’s Market.
It was with great dismay that I read your editorial in which you continue to attack the Zebulon Board of Commissioners for refusing the reveal the names of the candidates for Zebulon Town Manager. You have been provided with N.C. General Statute 160A-168 and the supporting case law stating that we are not allowed to reveal candidates names and yet you have refused to state this in any of your reporting and now you are demeaning us, and your reporters continue to badger us, to break our obligation.
Clayton was the only area team to produce a win in the opening round of the boys tennis dual team state playoffs on Tuesday. The East Wake, Garner, Corinth Holders, Cleveland and North Johnston teams all saw their seasons end.