The Wake County school board approved Tuesday a resolution asking the Wake County Board of Commissioners for $1.98 billion to fund school construction projects through 2023. School board members also said Tuesday that commissioners need to fully fund the district’s request for a $35.7 million increase in the operating budget to avoid some potential budget cuts.
Coach Andrew Ciencin and the Salamanders will try to replicate last year’s success when Holly Springs digs in for its second season Tuesday in Asheboro. Holly Springs’ home opener is Wednesday when the Salamanders play host to the Savannah Bananas.
Just minutes after netting her team’s first goal, Middle Creek junior midfielder Kylie McElroy appeared to score the equalizer in the dying seconds at N.C. State’s Dail Soccer Field. A celebration ensued, but referees waved the goal off with no time left on the clock, ruling that McElroy was in an offside position as No. 1 seed Providence held on for the 2-1 win.
In many ways, Holly Springs native David Griffith is following in the footsteps of his older brother, Maj. Samuel Mark Griffith, a Marine who was killed in action in Afghanistan in 2011. On Monday, May 30, David will honor Sam, along with other fallen service members at a Memorial Day event in Holly Springs at a memorial he built
On the first day of the WRAL Freedom Balloon Fest, organizer Brian Hoyle estimated 18,000 people had descended upon Fleming Loop Park by the time the festival’s 35 balloons ascended together at 6:30 p.m. Friday.
For the first time in school history, Middle Creek’s girls soccer team still has something to play for entering Memorial Day weekend. This year’s Mustangs have an N.C. High School Athletic Association 4A championship game to prepare for.
Wake County sheriff's deputies Wednesday filed multiple charges related to methamphetamine and other drugs against a woman who was convicted in February of drug felonies in Johnston County and a man who was release from prison in April after being convicted in Johnston of meth-related charges.
The No. 26 seed Mustangs secured their first ever spot in the N.C. High School Athletic Association 4A girls soccer championship game by beating No. 24 seed Athens Drive, a fellow SWAC team and playoff underdog, 4-1 in overtime in the East regional final on Tuesday.