“Finding Patience” tells the history of Holly Springs from the 1850s to the present day through the eyes of an emancipated slave, Patience. It touches on divisive issues of slavery, the Civil War, civil rights and gentrification.
An Apex homeowner is OK after her SUV crashed through the back of her garage, over the deck and into her above-ground-pool in the backyard Sunday night. Apex police spokesman Capt. Blair Myhand said the homeowner, who lives on Fairview Road, was r
Eric Trump, one of Donald Trump's three sons, stopped by a shooting range and hunting preserve Thursday as part of a tour of central North Carolina. He spoke to about 70 people at Fuquay-Varina's Drake Landing about the second amendment, the milit
Cary councilman Jack Smith talks about his first impressions of the park that bears his name. Jack Smith Park opened Aug. 24 with a large children’s play area, a dog park, a climbing boulder, a picnic shelter, greenway trails and a sprayground.
Members of the community and teachers, including kindergarten teacher Cathie Linkous, welcome students on the first day of school at Lincoln Heights Elementary School in Fuquay-Varina, N.C. Monday morning Aug. 29, 2016. Members of the community we
Cinder, a 1-year-old Australian Labradoodle, is the most famous member of the Holly Springs Fire Department. He teaches young children how to stop, drop and roll and helps draw people in to learn more about fire safety and prevention.
The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile came to Holly Springs, NC Sunday to meet Ainsley Turner, 6, also known as the "Hot Dog Princess" and give her a ride in the unique vehicle. Turner gained national attention when she celebrated individual creativity by
Video: Dipti and Jigar Shah talk about their seven-year-old son Dhruv Shah and his struggles with mobility due to cerebral palsy. With the support of his classmates, Shah won a modified bicycle that can transport him on family outings. He shared i
VIDEO: Local fire departments use structure for training purposes. UNC REX Healthcare plans expansion on the property which will include a three-story, 45,000-square-foot medical office building and a 50-bed community hospital.
Holly Springs native David Griffith built the D.G. War on Terror Memorial in Holly Springs in honor of his older brother, Maj. Samuel Mark Griffith, a reservist with the U.S. Marine Corps, was killed in combat in Afghanistan Dec. 14, 2011. On Mond