Loretta Lynch, the U.S. Attorney General, will have a homecoming of sorts this week. On Wednesday, she will travel back to North Carolina for meetings in Raleigh and Durham, the city where she spent most of her childhood.
The death of a Cary teen happened when she was trying to stop four people who had stolen marijuana that she came to a park to sell them, police said in seeking a search warrant they got before charging the four with murder.
At its one-year anniversary, Oak City Outreach shared details about how the center will grow. But the group, which serves meals to the homeless and poor on weekends, likely won’t remain in its current space on Person Street near Moore Square.
Todd Wirt will leave his position as Wake County’s assistant superintendent for academics to become Orange County superintendent on Wednesday. At least three North Carolina school systems will now be led by former Wake school administrators.
Apex bought 90 acres to build a new park, Pleasant Park. The town is leaning toward fields for baseball, softball, soccer or lacrosse tournaments. But first, resident input is being requested at an Aug. 2 meeting.
Four defendants from Morrisville faced a judge for the first time Monday in the death of a 16-year-old Green Hope High School student. All four were denied bail in a case police describe as a Cary drug deal gone wrong. One attorney said the case involved “a quarter bag of weed.”