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NC legislators discuss pros and cons of proposed tuition cut bill 02:14

NC legislators discuss pros and cons of proposed tuition cut bill

Salutatorian values competition of honors program 00:43

Salutatorian values competition of honors program

Valedictorian will be sad to see current honor system eliminated 00:50

Valedictorian will be sad to see current honor system eliminated

Women's Leadership Academy valedictorian proud of first graduating class 00:56

Women's Leadership Academy valedictorian proud of first graduating class

Rahul Sachdev defeats brother to win Wake County Spelling Bee 01:18

Rahul Sachdev defeats brother to win Wake County Spelling Bee

Cary fifth-grader headed to Scripps National Spelling Bee 00:50

Cary fifth-grader headed to Scripps National Spelling Bee

Future Teacher Colleen McIndoe 01:44

Future Teacher Colleen McIndoe

New process for boarding Wake school buses explained 00:47

New process for boarding Wake school buses explained

Transgender teens petition for the right to use WCPSS bathrooms 02:39

Transgender teens petition for the right to use WCPSS bathrooms

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Education

Families leave their mark on Brooks Elementary before it’s torn down

Students and alumni sign the walls of Raleigh school

Brooks is slated for demolition this summer

It was an early suburban school, but Raleigh grew all around it

Wake County

Hillsborough Street construction begins again in June

A section of Hillsborough Street will once again become a construction zone as crews continue overhauling the road north of N.C. State University, picking up where they left off in 2010. Officials say it will take 18 months and nearly $19 million to slim the road to two lanes, bury power lines, replace sewer mains and add three traffic circles between Gardner and Shepherd Streets.

Wake Ed

Saying goodbye to Brooks

Parents, faculty and students are saying goodbye to the buildings on the site of Brooks Elementary School. This summer crews will begin razing Brooks' oldest sections to make way for a new $22.4 million building, which will add needed on-site parking and space for carpool lanes.

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NC legislators discuss pros and cons of proposed tuition cut bill 02:14

NC legislators discuss pros and cons of proposed tuition cut bill

Salutatorian values competition of honors program 00:43

Salutatorian values competition of honors program

Valedictorian will be sad to see current honor system eliminated 00:50

Valedictorian will be sad to see current honor system eliminated

Women's Leadership Academy valedictorian proud of first graduating class 00:56

Women's Leadership Academy valedictorian proud of first graduating class

Rahul Sachdev defeats brother to win Wake County Spelling Bee 01:18

Rahul Sachdev defeats brother to win Wake County Spelling Bee

Cary fifth-grader headed to Scripps National Spelling Bee 00:50

Cary fifth-grader headed to Scripps National Spelling Bee

Future Teacher Colleen McIndoe 01:44

Future Teacher Colleen McIndoe

New process for boarding Wake school buses explained 00:47

New process for boarding Wake school buses explained

Transgender teens petition for the right to use WCPSS bathrooms 02:39

Transgender teens petition for the right to use WCPSS bathrooms

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Saying goodbye to Brooks

Parents, faculty and students are saying goodbye to the buildings on the site of Brooks Elementary School. This summer crews will begin razing Brooks' oldest sections to make way for a new $22.4 million building, which will add needed on-site parking and space for carpool lanes.
Chris Cioffi ccioffi@newsobserver.com
Saying goodbye to Brooks 01:12

Saying goodbye to Brooks

Tony award-winning costume designer William Ivey Long on growing up at Raleigh Little Theatre 01:34

Tony award-winning costume designer William Ivey Long on growing up at Raleigh Little Theatre

Cardinal Gibbons wins 2016 PAC-6 baseball title 01:19

Cardinal Gibbons wins 2016 PAC-6 baseball title

Large tree falls on house during storm 00:24

Large tree falls on house during storm