Every parking space out in front of the Apex High school main entrance is filled at midday January 28, 2016. The Wake County Board of Commissioners and school board will meet Feb. 3 to discuss how to pay for construction projects such as Apex High’s $70 million renovation.
Every parking space out in front of the Apex High school main entrance is filled at midday January 28, 2016. The Wake County Board of Commissioners and school board will meet Feb. 3 to discuss how to pay for construction projects such as Apex High’s $70 million renovation. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Every parking space out in front of the Apex High school main entrance is filled at midday January 28, 2016. The Wake County Board of Commissioners and school board will meet Feb. 3 to discuss how to pay for construction projects such as Apex High’s $70 million renovation. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
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