April 22, 2017 by Lisa
Jared and Kelsey Plummer, who make their Two Roosters ice cream at The Cookery in Durham, will move to Raleigh soon, where they will start by making 10 “forever” flavors
The Plummers have been serving their [Read more]
April 18, 2017 by Max
Parking in Raleigh’s downtown area is a challenge for drivers, but a recent four-month study might give city leaders some ideas to help alleviate the problems, according to an article on WRAL.com.
There are approximately 26,900 park spots in [Read more]
April 18, 2017 by Sarah
Samad Hachby recently shut down his Moroccan restaurant Babylon, located on North Dawson Street, and is about to open Mulino Italian Kitchen in the same space.
Having run Babylon for over [Read more]
March 28, 2017 by James
Hunter & Associates, LLC, a commercial real estate firm based in Raleigh, has been acquired by Avison Young, according to a recent announcement by Avison Young’s CEO and Chair, Mark E. Rose. The acquisition will increase Avison’s presence in [Read more]
March 21, 2017 by Lisa
Savvy Homes, a 12-year-old company based in Raleigh, has been acquired by AV Homes.
The purchase, which is [Read more]
March 21, 2017 by Mark
Sprouts Farmers Market, a grocery store that specializes in fresh produce, is opening its first North Carolina store in Raleigh.
Sprouts is the anchor tenant in the [Read more]
February 18, 2017 by Mark
Middle school students at Raleigh‘s Hilburn Academy are getting some help on their app, which makes it possible to track Wake County school buses.
A news story about the [Read more]
February 15, 2017 by Max
Kane Realty, a North Hills developer, has obtained the last piece of land it needs to finish its projected 34-acre expansion of the project it’s working on near Wake Forest Road. The land is just over 20 acres, which Kane now owns outright, and it [Read more]
February 14, 2017 by Lisa
There is still time for Raleigh residents to enjoy a slapstick updating of the Carlo Goldoni classic ‘The Servant of Two Masters’.
The main character of the [Read more]
January 18, 2017 by James
Although nothing has been finalized, signs are strong that the pro women’s soccer team could soon call the Triangle home. The erstwhile Carolina RailHawks, now known as the North Carolina Football Club (NCFC), would neither confirm nor deny they were considering adding women’s soccer to the Triangle, but are apparently watching developments. [Read more]