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Raleigh, North Carolina is located in Wake County. Zip codes in Raleigh, NC include 27613, 27612, and 27619. The median home price in Raleigh is $218,000 which is roughly $110/per square foot. More Raleigh information.

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1 hr ago | Business Journal

Xellia Pharma promises $100M investment, 50 jobs for more Wake County incentives

On Monday, the Wake County Board of Commissioners approved a $1.05 million business investment grant to a Danish pharmaceutical firm that has committed to expanding its manufacturing operations in north Raleigh. Xellia Pharmaceuticals in July acquired the 84,687-square-foot, former Fresenius Kabi USA plant at 8900 Capital Blvd. for $7.5 million, according to Wake County records.

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5 hrs ago | The Mountaineer Publishing Company

Video killed the special session

In a video posted online Friday afternoon, Gov. Pat McCrory, smiling throughout, announced he wouldn't call legislators back to Raleigh this year to consider new economic development incentives or extend existing tax credit programs. He left the door open, however, to summon the General Assembly if a "major job-recruitment effort develops and it requires legislative support."

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9 hrs ago | WMRR-FM Muskegon

Jack White Wows At Farm Aid & Shares New Video

Jack White is getting rave reviews for his Farm Aid debut. The rocker played a ten-song set at the benefit concert in Raleigh, North Carolina Saturday, and "The News and Observer" says he blew everyone away.

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10 hrs ago | Reuters

Farm Aid brings music, and its message, to Raleigh

Farm Aid, the annual benefit concert to help small farmers stay on their land, brings its music -- and its message of family-centered farming -- to Raleigh, North Carolina. Mana Rabiee reports.

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14 hrs ago | Business Journal

McCrory: No special session unless a 'major job recruitment effort' develops

Gov. Pat McCrory said late Friday that he will not call the N.C. General Assembly back for a special session.

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14 hrs ago | Business Journal

Two handy tips for visiting the 2014 N.C. State Fair

When I was a kid, the Wake County schools gave us a "Fair Day" - " a glorious day off in October so we could attend the fair with our families.

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14 hrs ago | Business Journal

Two handy tips for visiting the 2014 N.C. State Fair

Thinking of going to the 2014 N.C. State Fair in Raleigh? Here are two tips to help make the trip to the fair, to be held Oct. 16-26 a bit more enjoyable: 1. Hate hunting for parking? Consider taking the train. The morning Carolinian 80 train departs Charlotte at 7 a.m. and stops in Kannapolis, Salisbury, High Point, Greensboro, Burlington, Durham and Cary before reaching the State Fairgrounds at 10:08 a.m. To get home, take the Carolinian 79 departing the fairgrounds at 4:56 p.m. Here's everything you need to know about tickets and pricing .

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16 hrs ago | Examiner.com

2014 Farm Aid: A feast for all musical tastes

Farm Aid held its 29th fund raising concert in Raleigh, NC on September 13, 2014 with a convergence of the most eclectic and talented group of bands in recent years. All of the entertainers have donated their services to Farm Aid.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

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MerleFest to Sponsor Showcases During World of Bluegrass

North Carolina's MerleFest, considered one of the premier music festivals in the country, will sponsor a diverse collection of artists showcasing their music as part of the Bluegrass Ramble during the International Bluegrass Music Association 's World of Bluegrass multi-day event in Raleigh, N.C., this fall. The Bluegrass Ramble is IBMA's innovative series of showcases in clubs and restaurants throughout downtown Raleigh and at the Raleigh Convention Center; fans can take in over 150 performances from September 30 to October 2. The MerleFest-sponsored showcases during the Ramble will take place at the Vintage Church in Raleigh's Longview Center, at 118 S. Person Street, each night .

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Sun Journal

County to consider water plant bid, home health sale

The Craven County Board of Commissioners will be shuffling the papers of the fattest agenda of the year Monday when they meet at 8:30 a.m. for its regular mid-month meeting. The agenda calls for the board to consider awarding the bid for a new county water system, which is designed to better serve the southeastern portion of Craven County.

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Rocky Mount Telegram

Group works to recruit new politicians

Frank Hill, director of the Institute for Public Trust in Raleigh, began his Sept. 4 presentation at the Rocky Mount Kiwanis Club by asking for a show of hands of members who are satisfied with the people who represent them in elective offices.

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WBTV

Groups aiming to help NC legislative Democrats

Groups aligned with Democratic candidates and critical of the Republican agenda in Raleigh are sending signals they intend to spend large amount of money this fall. Republican lawmakers benefited the most from independent expenditure groups in the 2010 and 2012 elections.

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InStyle

Reader of the Week: Lauren Kilpatrick of Raleigh, North Carolina

Raleigh-based Sugar and Shine fashion blogger Lauren Kilpatrick particularly took note of the bright pops of red-tinged hues in Maximum Brightness Filter from the September issue and ran with it! Exclusively to InStyle.com, Lauren explained: "I usually stick to neutrals, but after reading the September feature, I decided to channel my inner vamp with an in-your-face, sexy red dress. I'm now looking for more color to add to my wardrobe!" Get inspired by more InStyle readers we a in our gallery .

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WBTV

NC group develops museum marking WWII camp

A reminder of the days when North Carolina housed Nazi prisoners of war is being assembled in the town where the federal government built a prominent prison. The News & Observer of Raleigh reports efforts are underway to open the Camp Butner Museum.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Island Gazette Newspaper Online

AG Cooper Kicks Off Effort To Educate NC College Consumers

RALEIGH, N.C. : September 10th, 2014 - Attorney General Roy Cooper today kicked off an effort to help college students learn to be smarter consumers with an educational tour that includes visits to six North Carolina colleges and universities.

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WBTV

McCrory: No special session

Resisting calls from economic development officials, including his own commerce secretary, Gov. Pat McCrory on Friday said he will not call the legislature back into session to approve a package of economic incentives. "I've decided not to call our legislators back for a special session," he said in a statement.

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Jacksonville Daily News

Farm Aid 2014 kicks off

Farmers generally love rain, and they were getting plenty of support from music superstars and everyday people under wet, dreary skies in Raleigh at Farm Aid 2014.

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Examiner.com

5 reasons why Civil War history buffs should visit N.C.

North Carolina is gearing up for the 150th Civil War commemoration in 2015. The N.C. Department of Cultural Resources announced yesterday that Sept.

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WRAL.com

Man, 20, dies following north Raleigh shooting

Officers were called to the area, which is near the intersection of Old Wake Forest Road and Oak Forest Road, at about 6:45 p.m. When they arrived, the found Casty St. Louis, who had been shot.

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BroadwayWorld.com

Burning Coal Theatre and NC State Dance Program to Present State of Dance, 11/6-8

Burning Coal Theatre Company and NC State Dance Program will present State of Dance , the world premieres of six new dance pieces created by six of the most exciting young, emergent dance makers in North Carolina November 6 - 8, 2014. The works will premiere at Burning Coal Theatre's Murphey School Auditorium , Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 6 - 8 at 7:30pm.

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