Residents can weigh in on Raleigh rezoning plan
Veronica Alcine says she'll use Raleigh's interactive map future to see how here property will be affected by the city's major rezoning plan.The city of Raleigh might want to change the way you can you sure landed -- changes are coming to about 30% of the city. Wto a new way to city is using technology. The city of Raleigh is in the middle of a big re -- project that would change the zoning rules for about a third of the
Upcoming July & August coupon swaps
There are a number of blog members who swap coupons here in the Triangle and surrounding areas. This is the place to post your swap dates and locations each week!
Report claims human rights abuses in Triangle terror case
A Triangle terrorism case was cited as an example of "abusive counterterrorism sting operations" in a study claiming human rights abuses in such investigations.ethnic identity and involved due process violations mentioned in the report. The Raleigh seven. These are the so called -- seven they were arrested in July 2009 on charges of arranging overseas travel and context-- had established himself quote as a leader among Muslim youth in Raleigh and men wanted to know if they could joined him on a trip to the region. But the report says the men
Report: Human rights abuses occurred in Triangle terrorism case
A Triangle terrorism case was cited as an example of "abusive counterterrorism sting operations" in a study claiming human rights abuses in such investigations.
Dozens gather for Chapel Hill immigration rally
Dozens rallied in Chapel Hill on Monday in support of allowing tens of thousands of children entering the United States illegally to remain in the country.doing enough to enforce them. Hundreds gathered outside the Mexican consulate in Raleigh over the weekend there against the border surge and what they say is a failure to secure the border Anita Hines came
Immigration debate fuels Chapel Hill rally
Dozens rallied in Chapel Hill on Monday in support of allowing tens of thousands of children entering the United States illegally to remain in the country.
Monday Wrap - Still no budget
Legislators on both sides of the aisle will miss Rep. Jim Fulghum, R-Wake, who died Saturday after a short battle with cancer. Fulghum supported bills that help people get better, including the recently signed measure legalizing the use of hemp oil to treat intractable seizure disorders.
Nature is the muse at writing, art program for kids at Raulston Arboretum
Naturally Creative is led by local artist and landscape designer, Preston Montague. Students will learn to draw, write and think creatively, using nature as a subject.
After decades, justice no longer means vengeance for victim's family
The family of Ralph Smith said they never thought they would see anyone charged in his 1981 death, but with the passage of time, justice has taken on a new meaning for them.bond David what a remarkable story -- -- and reporting live in Raleigh Sloan thank you.
McCrory judicial choice once reprimanded by NC Bar
A new District Court judge appointed by Gov. Pat McCrory on Monday was reprimanded for professional misconduct more than a decade ago by the North Carolina State Bar.