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25 min ago | Jacksonville Daily News
North Carolina's state auditor says Elizabeth City State University shouldn't have footed the bill for thousands of phone calls to Senegal and poorly managed the school's long-distance activity.
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4 hrs ago | News9 Oklahoma City
A former longtime Fiesta Bowl chief executive who acknowledged participating in an illegal campaign contribution scheme faces sentencing Thursday in federal court.
8 hrs ago | Bride's Magazine
What do real brides have to say about the wedding planning experience? Well, it's not all happy tears at the bridal boutique and indulgent cake tastings .
13 hrs ago | The Cary News
Unhappy with the Cary company's financial performance in recent years, a group of dissident shareholders has submitted three independent candidates for The Pantry's nine-member board of directors.
15 hrs ago | Business Journal
Raleigh is included in one of the nation's 12 "regional powerhouses driving the U.S. economy," according to a report released Wednesday by The Atlantic Cities.
Burning Coal Theatre Company and the Raleigh Boychoir will present Civil Rights Through Song: A Choral History of Raleigh Through the Civil Rights Era, a performance using choral music, dance and drama to celebrate the Civil Rights Movement of the late 1950s/early 1960s, today, March 13 - 23, 2014.
Wake County got a windfall of $6 million in hotel and restaurant taxes last year.
The company is trying to fill 100 positions related to new projects with a wide variety of customers that span the gambit from pharma to corporate to healthcare, says spokesperson Bryan Reed .
The items turned out to be some sort of medical supplies, said police spokesman Jim Sughrue.
The bridge over Walnut Creek, just below the Lake Johnson dam, was to be closed indefinitely starting at the end of the day Wednesday, the city announced.
It must be something about March, but many of my standard Raleigh gallery stops didn't have new openings this past First Friday .
Negotiations between officials from the state and the city of Raleigh have begun again regarding the future of the Dorothea Dix Hospital campus.
I mean eye-gouging, knees-to-the-groin ugly and unfair. One side, green as grass, would play by the rules.
The 13-year-old boy, who just got off a school bus, was walking home on the 900 block of Wake Towne Drive when a man drove up to him and asked for sex.
Architect Louis Cherry may have to sue in order to complete construction on his house in Raleigh's Oakwood neighborhood.
Jose Nunez, a senior at Hillside High School, grins wide when asked if friends and family ask him to repair computers with the skills he's learned as an intern with Triangle Ecycling.