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NC firefighter and wife die after battle with COVID-19, leaving behind 4 kids
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Doors locked, classes continue as East Wake High investigates social media threat
— East Wake High School was on a "code yellow" lockdown Tuesday morning, with outer doors locked and no movement between buildings after a threat on social media, a Wake County schools spokeswoman said.
Gillette Athletic Complex's multiple soccer and baseball fields have given Wilson youth leagues a place to expand