The whispers we heard a while back that a Czech restaurant would take over the Hillsborough Street restaurant space formerly occupied by Frazier’s are true.
We spoke with one of the owners of The Alley who assured us that the railing is a temporary placeholder (thankfully!) and that the cornice isn’t supposed to look like something out of Rome.
Hillsborough Street continues to undergo changes, from a new streetscape to added bike lanes and now this classical atrocity.
NC State students will have a bike lane for a bit longer.
Roundabout proves drivers aren’t ready for added complexity.
Have an opinion on the Hillsborough Street bike lanes? Here’s your chance to make a difference.
In case you are looking of a place to watch the parade or streets to avoid in the morning, here’s your map.
From dirt roads to roundabouts.
The behemoth development will bring major change to west downtown; are our own development guides even being applied?
This weekend- the biggest party is celebrating a much needed revitalization effort.
The City Council has finally approved bike lanes for Hillsborough Street, kinda.
Rule 1: If you are in the roundabout, GO! If not, YIELD! Rule 2: Do not read pamphlet, whilst driving through the roundabout.
We don’t know much about what, but when know when and where.
More local Asian food on Hillsborough Street, hopefully it kills the noodle chain.
Morgan Street gets yet another facelift.
The BBQ chain is closed, without so much as a goodbye note.
Another area favorite restaurant to shift directions in 2010.
Show your support for bike lanes on Hillsborough Street by attending the public works meeting on Tuesday.
Tomorrow the council reconsiders bike lanes on Hillsborough Street.
Tomorrow Hillsborough Street celebrates 10 years of working toward a new vision.
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