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The city parks department says it gets frequent complaints that dogs are roaming – and relieving themselves – freely on city playgrounds, tennis courts and athletic fields.
The film tells the story of Dontor Rmah, who arrived in the state a decade ago after a harrowing journey from Vietnam.
Raleigh’s remaining Internet sweepstakes parlors won’t get a visit from police just yet, and the city council is mulling its options.
Apartments will replace plans for an office and hotel complex in downtown’s Glenwood South district.
Wake County school board Chairman Keith Sutton said the board will announce the finalists for superintendent on Tuesday. The finalists will visit Wake County to meet with the public before the fina...
Council mulls Hillsborough St. land deal; Affordable housing complex approved for South Raleigh; Lacy Elementary to get more parking
Wake County voters could be asked to approve an $810 million school construction bond referendum in October that would raise property taxes on the average homeowner by more than $145 per year. A he...
For nine years, Fran and Ray Scherzer have welcomed residents of local retirement homes for food and music. The seniors delight in the smiling faces.
The students replicate small square sections of photographs on paper with oil pastels to produce the larger-than-life portraits.
The Raleigh City Council postponed a vote last week on funding a 48-unit affordable housing complex near the intersection of Tryon and Lake Wheeler roads in South Raleigh.
Residents of a neighborhood off Wake Forest Road say they can’t sleep thanks to two noisy nearby nightclubs.
The choir, a community program of Meredith College, has three levels that girls ages 9 to 18 from all over the Triangle can join.
The Raleigh City Council agreed to connect a Northeast Raleigh neighborhood to the new Neuse River Greenway.
The search for a new Raleigh city manager will likely be a complicated process that takes up to six months, UNC-Chapel Hill government professors told the city council Tuesday.
The desire of council members for a more active role led to tension evident in dozens of emails between the manager and several council members who voted to oust him. One of the issues: reserving p...
The U.S. Small Business Administration and Shaw University are joining forces to help educate current and future small-business owners at the school and in the community.
The city will host the Downtown Raleigh Food Truck Rodeo on Sunday, the first of four downtown rodeos planned for this year.
Raleigh parks officials will hold a series of 15 “visioning sessions,” each with a different focus. The goal is for residents, nonprofits and business leaders to pick their areas of i...
The 26-year-old social studies teacher and soccer coach comes from a family of teachers whom he credits with inspiring his love for education.
Plans for the latest apartment and retail development near Crabtree Valley Mall will have to wait after a Raleigh councilman said neighbors didn’t get a chance to weigh in with traffic conce...
The busy artist plays her mix of original songs and covers regularly at Amra’s Lounge, the Black Cat Cafe and Isaac Hunter’s Oak City Tavern.
Downtown’s Red Hat Amphitheater has nearly twice as many concerts scheduled as it did at this time last year, but the outdoor venue still stays dark most nights.
Raleigh plans to convert one-way stretches of South and Lenoir streets downtown to all traffic in both directions.
AT&T executive Cynthia Marshall doled out life lessons to 228 Saint Augustine’s University graduates, the first class to graduate since the school changed its name from Saint Augustineȁ...
The L Building will now combine retail and apartments. Construction is set to start in November.
Kenji Saykosy and his parents traipsed through war-torn Laos and Thailand for the first few years of his life. Saykosys father lost a leg and was separated from the family for months. The you...
Second Chance Pet Adoptions has taken in 14 dogs from a hoarding situation in Johnston County.
A rezoning application for a future shopping center at Leesville and Strickland road prompts talk of urban versus suburban development styles.
During the design phase of the project, planners will evaluate whether the road should be widened from six lanes to eight.
Food lovers from all over turned up to admire, learn and eat last week at the showcase, which features a live cake contest and samples galore.