Greg Hatem, owner of the building and Empire Properties, was approved a $50,000 loan from the City of Raleigh to expand the restaurant to include more indoor seating in the location formerly occupied by Brass Grill.
This morning in a press conference hosted by Mayor McFarlane the city announced that Red Hat would officially keep its headquarters in Raleigh and take over the former Progress Energy Building.
The historic cemeteries hit hardest by April’s tornado will finally be cleaned up.
Just another reason why Raleigh’s a great place to raise a family.
Learn more about composting from the City of Raleigh this Saturday.
Raleigh city officials are holding willing volunteers off until power is back.
With a growth rate exceeding 100% in some areas, the Triangle is growing faster than national averages, and we’re experiencing the challenges of growth every day—from traffic congestion to crowded schools to a limited water supply.
The Wake Board of Commissioners announced last week that they’ll postpone holding a ballot referendum to fund a regional public transit system.
We’re learning exciting, effective good growth planning strategies that Raleigh and Wake County could benefit from. Some important lessons highlighted at the conference.
Want to know how Raleigh is doing according to the Mayor?
Think about putting on your bathing suit and heading out to Moore Square this Summer.
The food trucks will ride again.
This morning, the City of Raleigh unveiled two new electric car charging stations in Nash Square.
Two Electric Car Charging stations will be installed at Nash Square.
The city reveals the new pieces selected for Art on City Plaza.
The City of Raleigh updates their homepage.
Just another notch in the belt of lists.
Time to rotate the pieces of art in city plaza. Submit yours.
Proving there is such a thing as a free ride.
One day we will have an amphitheater in downtown.
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