Crenshaw Hall is a premier pool community located in Wake Forest, North Carolina

Crenshaw Hall Plantation

We are a tight-knit subdivision of single-family homes in Wake Forest, North Carolina. The Homeowners Association takes great pride in the community’s manicured common areas which include landscaped entrances, a large park with a gazebo, playground, and tennis court. The community pool and clubhouse are open to residents and their guests from May to September. Residents enjoy many social activities such as pool parties, holiday celebrations, and an annual 5K race throughout the year.

The neighborhood is conveniently located near shopping centers, highways, and Wake Forest’s unique historic downtown business district.

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Kochetkov bond raised to $100,000

On Monday, Sept. 17, at approximately 1 a.m., Wake Forest Police arrested Arthur Vladimir Kochetkov, 33, at 6212 Tiffield Way without incident. Kochetkov was charged with communicating threats for statements made via Facebook. Initially, he was being held in the Wake County Jail under a $10,000 secured bond.

Earlier today, however, following a request for bond modification by the Wake County District Attorney’s office, conditions of release in the State v. Arthur Vladimir Kochetkov case were revised to include a $100,000 secured bond with pretrial release monitoring, a mental health evaluation and prohibitions against being on the property of the Jones Dairy Elementary School.

Kochetkov remains in custody at the Wake County Detention Center charged with one count of communicating threats in violation of N.C.G.S. 14-277.1.

The Wake Forest Police Department is continuing to work with the Wake County District Attorney’s office and other local, state and federal authorities to investigate this incident.This investigation is ongoing.

For more information, contact Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman at 919-792-5000.

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Holding Park Aquatic Center to open this Saturday

The Wake Forest Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources (PRCR) Department and the Recreation Advisory Board (RAB) are inviting the community to the official opening of the Holding Park Aquatic Center, 133 W. Owen Ave., this Saturday, Sept. 22, at 10 a.m. The PRCR and RAB are commemorating this special occasion by offering free admission to the facility from 10 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Please note: The Holding Park Aquatic Center is limited to a maximum of 300 patrons.

The opening festivities will include a ribbon-cutting ceremony with brief remarks by Mayor Vivian Jones and PRCR Director Ruben Wall and free hotdogs – while supplies last.

The Town of Wake Forest recently completed work on the $3.2 million aquatic center. The new facility is comprised of three bodies of water, including a six-lane, 25-yard lap pool; two water slides with plunge pool; and children’s pool with sprayground.

The aquatic center will also be open free to the public Sunday, Sept. 23, from 1-7:30 p.m. The facility will then close for the fall and winter before re-opening during Memorial Day weekend in 2019.

For more information, call the Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department at 919-435-9560.

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