919 Beer Podcast: Episode #1 The Pilot
99.9 The Fan's Joe Ovies and 919 Beer's Adam Eshbaugh chat about IPAs and the hottest local craft beer events coming up.the way you buy gear up their -- can't go to the grocery store . You can't -- like bottle -- you have to go to these. Obviously is the neighbors liquor stores that serve everything there
Welcome couponers from the Morrisville classes!
Here's a big welcome to the couponers who took the classes at the BCBSNC store in Morrisville on Wednesday and Thursday evenings! Read on for a number of tips and links to resources we discussed that should help you get started in your couponing adventure and take you to the next level of saving!
Greek yogurt tested for tangy freshness
Consumer Reports runs down the best Greek yogurts.the label claims. You've probably noticed the explosion of Greek yogurt in grocery stores the big appeal. It offers a lot more protein than regular yogurt. Consumer reports checked out 27 popular Greek yogurt comparing taste
State leaders can act to reduce hunger in NC
When it comes to hunger in our state, most people may not want a big government solution, but they should still expect their government to tackle big problems not just throw up its hands and say there's nothing that can be done.
Happy Moms: Handling public tantrums
Susan Orenstein, a Cary-based psychologist and relationships expert, reminds us all that we're not the only ones to deal with a crabby, unruly kid in public.
Cooking class improves variety, diet for needy
At a cooking class at the Fayetteville Urban Ministries, Veola McRae learned to stretch healthy but expensive ingredients to make better meals for her family while sticking to a budget.
Update: Free Fayetteville class is now full
Update - the FREE class in Fayetteville on July 24 is now full and registration is closed. Thanks to all who registered! I look forward to seeing you at the class!
WRAL Documentary: Hungry for Answers
About one in four children and one in five adults in our state do not have reliable access to affordable, healthy food.
WRAL News REWIND: July 5-11, 2014
WRAL News recaps the arrest of a North Carolina woman who allegedly left a baby at a train station in New York City, the ongoing immigration saga at the Mexico border and a former UNC football player's testimony before a U.S. Senate committee hearing.last decade. And the battle continues. Downtown Raleigh had a full service grocery store about eight years ago -- it went out of business that was before the downtown boom Brian trader has an update on when a big grocery store could land in the heart of -- This is quality grocery and -- what the oldest operating grocery store and wake county. Manager Doug Wheeler says it's truly -- neighborhood landmark. -- just like it -- corner store really terrific concept but just the bare essential virtually. There are convenience stores downtown that the closest full service grocery stores are a couple of miles away. For years they were not enough people living downtown to support a big grocer but that's changing. With a residential development booming in downtown -- people are wondering where grocery stores . And the elements present in the North Carolina retail merchants association he says population numbers are important. But grocers look at a lot of other factors. It's -- they had to make sure that customers are coming to fill entire basket you would think governor supermarket . Read them picking up one or two items -- to make that that location war. And groceries are also needs enough land for big trucks to make several deliveries a day land that's in short supply and downtown Raleigh. Before I left to become New York city's parks commissioner -- city planner Mitchell -- told W Ariel he thought it would be five years for downtown landed a big grocery store . Ellen is more hopeful. There's speculating out that you probably. Eight to twelve months away from radio announcement possibly. In the meantime
New housing could draw more retailers to downtown Durham
New residential construction projects, from apartment complexes to lofts, are popping up across downtown Durham, and city leaders said they hope a growing population will draw more retailers to the central city.able to generate that -- -- says the new residents will drop grocery stores boutiques restaurants. There's other construction to five new hotels are under way for nearby the convention center of the biggest obstacle I