Duke deal could lower power bills in eastern NC towns
A Duke Energy unit has agreed to buy out the North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency's interests in power plants formerly owned by Progress Energy for $1.2 billion, officials said Monday.
Just Save stores offering Double Coupons through 7/15!
Just Save shoppers can double coupons that are .99 or less this week! Read on for the details and please share any deals you find!
DENR issues permit for Person coal ash landfill
The state Division of Waste Management on Thursday issued a five-year operating permit for a landfill in Person County that will accept dry coal ash.
Triangle restaurant news (June 20, 2014)
An exclusive sneak peek at the new roaring 20s cocktail bar opening in downtown Raleigh and a Wake Forest farm to table restaurant opening next month - all in this week's Triangle Restaurant News!
Summer's Here! Check out Go Ask Mom's Summer Fun Guide!
You'll find weekend, weekday and everyday activities, often free or very cheap, to pass the time and avoid a few of those refrains of "there's nothing to do." Because, around here, there's plenty to do!
Person County deputy shoots man during traffic stop
A Person County sheriff's deputy shot a man in the hand and thigh early Sunday after the man pointed a gun at the deputy during a traffic stop, according to the sheriff's office.
Three teens arrested in Durham armed robbery
Three teens were arrested after Durham police responded to an armed robbery in progress at Soletez Boutique at 4400 North Roxboro Street Friday evening.
Front brings chance of rain to central NC
A "backdoor" front that is sliding in from Virginia will stall over central North Carolina on Monday, bringing a chance of showers and thunderstorms for areas north and east of Raleigh
Man wanted in mid-April Durham carjacking arrested
A 21-year-old man wanted for carjacking and drunk driving was arrested early Tuesday near Roxboro Street and East Club Boulevard, Durham police said.
Sheriff's office installs medicine drop box at Durham courthouse
There's a permanent location now in the Durham County Courthouse for anyone wanting to get rid of unwanted over-the-counter and prescription medications.