68.9 F
Raleigh
Monday, May 16, 2022

Wake County

Wake County Sheriff Candidate Forum

On the afternoon of Thursday, March 31, a coalition of nonpartisan grassroots organizations and groups held the first Wake County Sheriff Candidates Forum of the season.

Wake Expands Backup Availability for the Community’s Most Vulnerable

Wake County Public Health is expanding the availability of boosters for the most vulnerable in the community. Clinics will begin administering the second booster dose today

Wake County Sheriff Candidate Forum

Photo by pexels. RALEIGH, NC – Leading up to the May primary election, a coalition of nonpartisan grassroots groups and organizations will host the first-ever Candidates Forum on March 31 at 6:30 pm at 2616 S. Saunders St. in Raleigh....

Wake County invites high school students to apply for conservation camp scholarships

Photo by Rachel Claire from Pexels Do you know a high school student looking for a career that allows them to be outdoors, helping to protect wildlife, waterways, farms, and forests? For the first time since the pandemic began in...

Wake County Public Health Department will begin phasing out COVID-19 vaccination and testing services

Beginning Thursday, March 17, Wake County Public Health will reduce the number of daily appointments for COVID-19 testing and vaccination. The decision comes as Wake County has seen a steady decline in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations since mid-January.

Leaders from Across Wake County Work to Lift Mask Mandates Next Friday

After months of careful tracking of COVID-19 metrics, Wake County government will lift its mask mandate, which has been joined by the city of Raleigh and the cities of Garner, Knightdale, Rolesville and Zebulon. These mandates will be removed as of 5 p.m. on Friday, February 25. Morrisville city leaders are currently consulting with their board of directors about withdrawing his mandate as well. The cities of Apex, Cary, Fuquay-Varina, Holly Springs, Wake Forest, and Wendell no longer had mask mandates in place.

Wake County Libraries to Celebrate Black Shine with Over 50 Free Programs

Wake County Public Libraries will celebrate Black Brilliance with over a month of free programs focused on Black art, history, creativity and culture. More than 50 Opportunities Featuring author talks, community arts projects, concerts and even a dance party for the whole family, the event will be held at more than 20 locations throughout the county.

Food benefits platform for local communities

The Food Benefits Platform is used to address food insecurity in local communities. Food insecurity is at an all-time high, with one in eight Americans reporting some level of uncertainty about where their next meal will come from. Five hundred households participate in this pilot program through February 2022, with options to continue.
- Advertisement -

Latest News

Chicken tacos

Delicious chicken tacos, An exquisite Mexican recipe that cannot be missed in your kitchen. Tacos are the most representative dish of Mexican gastronomy, learn how to prepare it in 3 simple steps.
- Advertisement -