By Wake County Council on Fitness & Health
Liz Stroff receives "Certificate of Excellence Award" for directing the Run For Young 5k
By Raleigh Geriatric Care Management
May is National Geriatric Care Management Month and Raleigh Geriatric Care Management participates with support group for adult children of aging parents.
By Constructive Marketing
Award-winning builders Caviness & Cates and Savvy Homes have begun construction on Americana, Craftsman and European-style single family homes in Johnson's Landing, a lovely Wake County community off Hwy 55 just south of Fuquay-Varina.
By Media Partners, Inc.
Join us for this year's 11th annual Big Bad Ball, Where It's Good to be Bad!
By National Pawn
National Pawn, an 8-store chain in the Triangle and Wilmington, NC areas, has awarded two scholarships to graduating seniors from Wake County public schools.
By National Pawn
National Pawn, an 8-store chain in the Triangle and Wilmington, NC areas, has awarded $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors from Orange County, NC.
By Hunter Valmont Public Relations
Renowned mid-Atlantic region homebuilder HHHunt Homes adds to award-winning team.
By Autism Society of NC
The Wake County Chapter of ASNC is proud to continue its partnership with Arnold Palmer-designed Brier Creek Country Club for the 5th Annual Swinging For Autism! event on April 23. Visit www.wakecountyautismsociety.org for more information
By Johnston County Communication Chair
RALEIGH -- The ACLU of North Carolina has warned Johnston County, Wake County and Raleigh that new rules restricting panhandling may be unconstitutional and has asked them to repeal the restrictions or face possible lawsuits.
By Advocates for Health in Action (AHA)
Wake County provides numerous ways for consumers to buy local food directly from farmers. However, businesses, restaurants and other institutions procuring food do not have an efficient way to connect with local farmers.
By Alternate Access, Inc.
Adrienne K. Lumpkin, president of Alternate Access®, a leading provider of VoIP phone systems and related communication solutions, was recently elected to the Board of Directors for the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County.
Youth Empowered Solutions (YES!) and community health leaders convened a meeting of school board members, medical providers and students to discuss how a school-based health center may increase access to vital mental and physical health services.
By Michele McKinley
Farm It Forward program is a new partnership among Advocates for Health in Action (AHA) and local Wake County farmers. A community supported agriculture (CSA) program, Farm It Forward benefits Wake County citizens in need.
By Brackett Foundation Repair
The Wake County Boys and Girls Club's Positive Place for Kids Campaign is fundraising for after-school programs that benefit over 4,300 Wake County children and teens. Brackett Foundation Repair of Durham responded to the request for support.
By Lara Wilson
The Remodelers Council of the Home Builders Association of Raleigh-Wake County is teaming up with NBC’s Today Show and George to the Rescue to help a family in need.
By The Healing Place of Wake County
The Healing Place of Wake County is hosting a number of events this year to celebrate 10 years of providing emergency shelter and recovery facilities for homeless individuals in our community.
The announcement by AdvancED that it will review the Wake County School System's accreditation status reveals a new low reached by the opponents of the new school board.
A new report indicates that Wake County is falling behind in minority achievement
By Graham Wilson
Renewable Solar Thermal System will help facility save money and energy
Wake County Marriage Records - Search Wake County Marriage Records. If you are looking to find marriage records about any man or woman from Wake County, you need to start searching now.
By Total Registration, LLC
The 17 High Schools in the Wake County Public School System in North Carolina use the Total Registration's Advanced Placement (AP) Exam Registration Service offered to register students for the 2010 AP exams.
By Anita Blomme
The John Rex Endowment announces eight new grants totaling more than $1 million. The grants include four positive youth development projects, three capacity building projects and one program expansion.
By Shopaygo, LLC
Scott Lerew, a Realtor in Wake Forest, North Carolina says that too many people are still trying to 'guess' the market, rather than just getting on with their decision to either buy or sell their home, land or commercial property.
By Anita Blomme
The John Rex Endowment announces 13 new grants, totaling $123,559, which will be funded through an ongoing, long-term Capacity Building Initiative.
By Strategic Guru
Agency uses Twitter to gain exposure and drive donations and ticket sales to annual Big Bad Ball gala.
By Strategic Guru
WorkSmart has announced that the company provided pro bono services at Wake County’s Meals on Wheels Fat Tuesday benefit.
By Jason K Roberts
www.SellMyHouse.com expands its liquidation solutions for pre-foreclosure clients who are trying to avoid an impending foreclosure in Wake and Durham counties.
By Cindy Stranad
On October 21, the John Rex Endowment will hold its fifth annual Hands of Health Award Breakfast. The event celebrates individuals for their innovative health-related initiatives benefiting youth in Wake County.
By John Rex Endowment - Brian Van Norman
Recognizing innovation in health care for youth and children in Wake County, the John Rex Endowment invites nominations for the 2008 Hands of Health Award. The winnner is honored at a breakfast and selects a charity to receive $10,000.
By MMI Associates, Inc.
President Of Hummingbird Creative Group Joins Nonprofit Agency