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2 hrs ago | Business Journal
Sharon Gale of Unique Batik in Raleigh with Monica Umwari, owner of Angaza, a Rwandan handbag company that uses recycled materials.
3 hrs ago | The Cary News
The players lobbed the ball back and forth over a net. They carefully avoided the "kitchen," a small rectangle near the net that's off limits.
7 hrs ago | Independent Weekly
This morning the North Carolina Senate voted 31-17 to pass H1224. Sen. Fletcher Hartsell, a Republican from Concord, introduced an amendment to the bill to raise the local sales tax cap to 2.75 percent rather than 2.5 percent.
11 hrs ago | Carolina Beaches
Farm Aid announced today that its annual benefit festival will take place on Saturday, Sept.
11 hrs ago | Business Journal
CityGate Real Estate Services owners Doro Taylor and Rick Dean have parted ways with ERA Strother Real Estate after merging with the Fayetteville firm less than a year ago, and have instead found another real estate partner company that's closer to home.
15 hrs ago | News Observer
Year two of the Raleigh era of the International Bluegrass Music Association’s World of Bluegrass won’t kick off until late September, but plans are already coming together.
Fall Out Boy, Paramore, New Politics Walnut Creek Amphitheatre Tuesday, July 22, 2014 January 18, 2007: The night before my 15th birthday, I stood in the cold in a hand-painted T-shirt with two older cousins, waiting for the doors to Raleigh's Disco Rodeo to open for my first-ever club show.
NC State's 2015 recruiting class picked up its second commitment within a five day period with the addition of local linebacker James Smith-Williams.
The U.S. economic recovery has been an uneven one. Overall, the recent numbers look great.
Police seek woman accused of ID theft Police hope a selfie will help them find a woman suspected of identity theft.
Her rare performance will precede a showing of 20 Feet from Stardom, the Oscar-winning 2013 documentary that lent a needed spotlight to backup singers, like Fischer, who added heavenly harmonies to hundreds of rock, pop and R&B hits but were shunned by a rapacious music business and harsh gender and race politics.
Of all the bottles and varieties, Chip Mims of Mims Distributing, can't choose a favorite.
By official records, this July has been rainy. The National Weather Service in Raleigh has recorded 6.98 inches of rain so far this month - 3.84 inches above average.
Craven County Democratic candidates for the North Carolina Legislature and an Onslow County Democrat running for the U.S. House must at moments have felt like Daniel in the lion's den in front of Craven-Pamlico Christian Coalition Monday.
Raleigh's R-Line debuted in 2009 and has transported hundreds of thousand of revelers, tourists, conventioneers and local workers through the Capital City's increasingly vibrant downtown entertainment districts.
DreamQuest Productions Executive Producer Allan Smith, bottom left, filming a documentary on Mt.
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