The City of Raleigh will lease the Dorothea Dix Hospital campus from the State of North Carolina for 75 years under a lease agreement approved by the City Council this afternoon on a 7-1 vote.
The company formerly known as Raleigh Denim, now known as simply Raleigh, had the Grand Opening of their New York City shop recently. We have photos from the party.
Despite Bill Clinton never winning North Carolina, the former president stopped into Raleigh’s Pullen Park on a chilly Sunday afternoon to help spread President Barack Obama’s reelection message.
Retail has been slowly building in downtown since the Fayetteville Street conversion. A few shops are popping up this Fall and Deco Raleigh may be the biggest and most diverse.
Little Raleigh Radio , an open-source radio station with a hyper-local focus is coming to Downtown Raleigh.
Next month, New Raleigh will celebrate a big milestone, five years in publication. In 2007, when New Raleigh started, hyper-local city blogs were all just getting off of the ground in cities across the country.
Oak City Cycling Project will be moving from Ruby Red space on West Street and bike down Peace Street to join the new pocket of energy on Person Street. They need your help moving and have doughnuts and beers to offer in return!
Back in July, we reported that the News and Observer would start charging later this year and today is that day.
Two of Raleigh’s newest Downtown Residents, Citrix and Red Hat, have been listed as Top 50 companies to work for in 2013 by career website Glassdoor.
It looks like Fox, Chuck’s and Beasley’s has some nice new sidewalk signage in the form of very bright and sleek bike racks. Well done AC Restaurants.