Sig Files For Re-Election

As a Valentine’s gift to Wake County, Sig Hutchinson filed for re-election to be the District 1 Wake County Commissioner this morning.

Public Education

Sig spent September 20th as a teacher’s assistant for the day at Knightdale Elementary School.

Food Insecurity

The Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina addresses food insecurity in Wake County. Sig visited the Food Bank and worked with volunteers to prepare sweet potatoes into meals.

Living Wage Initiative Interview

Hear Sig Hutchinson, Matt Calabria and Chris Fitzsimon discuss the Living Wage Initiative.

Wake County Transit Plan Unveiled

Wake County unveiling of the recommended Wake County Transit Plan Dec. 8 at the Raleigh Convention Center. Hear Sig’s comments on TWC News.

Sig Files For Re-Election

Feb 14, 2018

As a Valentine’s gift to Wake County, Sig Hutchinson filed for re-election to be the District 1 Wake County Commissioner this morning.

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Wake County wants to make it easier to grow (and eat) local food

Nov 17, 2017

BY HENRY GARGAN Wake County is known for its technology companies and urbanizing communities, but elected leaders want to boost a lower-profile economic driver: farming. Using language familiar to the …

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Wake Students Will Skip a Tobacco Survey

Nov 9, 2017

by Thomas Goldsmith on Thu, Nov 9, 2017 Wake County public middle and high school students will skip a statewide tobacco-use survey this year for the first time since 1999. And county commissioners, irate …

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Mental Health System Is “Overwhelming, Complicated, and Messy.” Wake County Wants to Fix That

Oct 25, 2017

By Thomas Goldsmith t’s easy to blame people who are dealing with mental illness. But the road to recovery is more often like a series of paths through a forest, sometimes …

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