Census workers are starting their door-to-door efforts now that the mail-in period has ended.
One of the most enjoyable events of the year is sitting on a lawn chair in the J. Ashley Wall Towne Square on the closing night of the Harvest Festival and listening to good music.
Folks have three more chances to that this year, thanks to the Wendell Chamber of Commerce.
April, May and June will bring free concerts to the square. The first one – this Friday night from 6:30-8:30 - features a bluegrass band from Raleigh called The Third Stage.
The event is free. The American Legion is selling hot dogs and soft drinks. Squeeze some time out of your schedule for a lazy Friday night and enjoy the show.
And if you like what you hear, mark your calendars for the other two shows. The May 21 show features big band music and the June 25 performance will be a Christian Rock band.
Expansion plans for the community center fall through.
I went to go see a controlled field burning earlier today at Temple Flat Rock with no prior understanding why the area was given such a name.
I'm assuming it has something to do with the giant grantic outcropping that covers about an acre or so of the land adjacent to the 15-acre field being burned.
It's truly something to see, and scientists from N.C. State agree, researching not only on invasive species in the field, but on the wildlife that has made a home out of the exposed rock faces.
Word on the street is, to visit the site and see it for yourself, you must be invited by Triangle Land Conservancy, as the area is one of, and was the first of, its easements.
Check out TLC's website for more information on the Temple Flat Rock site.
A growing organization has deep roots in Wendell and its history.
Main Street program draws interest from ad hoc committee.
Wendell leaders want to make sure you're counted.
Making the most of transportation dollars.
Let the scrutiny begin.
Get a dose of cultural refinement this weekend at the Wendell Visual Arts Exhibit.