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About: raleigh, north carolina

Raleigh's industrial base includes banking/financial services; electrical, medical, electronic and telecommunications equipment; clothing and apparel; food processing; paper products; and pharmaceuticals. Raleigh is part of North Carolina's Research Triangle, one of the country's largest and most successful research parks and a major center in the United States for high-tech and biotech research.

Population: 401552
Local Newspapers: The News & Observer Courier
Local Sports Teams: Carolina Hurricanes (NHL), Carolina Mudcats (AA minor-league baseball team), Durham Bulls (AAA minor-league baseball)
Local Colleges: State UniversityNorth Carolina State University

Zip Codes associated with raleigh, north carolina: 27529, 27571, 27592, 27601, 27603, 27604, 27605, 27606, 27607, 27608, 27609, 27610, 27612, 27613, 27614, 27615, 27616
Towns/Cities near raleigh, north carolina : Garner, Knightsdale, Clayton, Rolesville, Cary, Morrisville, Apex

Raleigh News
First Watch Cafe coming to northeast Raleigh

First Watch Cafe is coming to Plantation Square, near the intersection of Capital Boulevard and Old Wake Forest Road, next to Triangle Town Center in northeast Raleigh. Rebecca Troyer manages the day-to-day process of delivering the daily digital content and the weekly print edition.


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County leaders learn of grant opportunities

Civitas MediaDr. Patricia Mitchell, assistant secretary of the N.C. Department of Commerce for Rural Development Division, spoke about rural economic development grants during an event hosted by Sen. Tom McInnis Thursday night in Wadesboro. Civitas MediaDr. Patricia Mitchell, assistant secretary of the N.C. Department of Commerce for Rural Development Division, spoke about rural economic development grants during an event hosted by Sen. Tom McInnis Thursday night in Wadesboro.

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Commentary: Writings of women give a fuller picture of nation's history

As Women's History Month wraps up at the end of March, there's something we want to know: Why should half of the human race be relegated to one month a year? Especially in American history, where we have molded our Founding Fathers into deities of bronze and marble, it's important to consider the perspective of the distaff side in order to get a more accurate, not to mention more lively, understanding of the shaping of our society. The men who declared independence, fought in the Revolution and crafted the Constitution were well aware that what they were doing was extraordinary.

In the spotlight

Evangelist Tony Nolan shares a message with more than 18,000 gathered for the Winter Jam concert in Raleigh at PNC Arena on March 13. After Angel Register shared her story of how Nolan has impacted her family, he prays for her along the concourse of the arena. Tony Nolan makes it a habit to check and respond to tweets and messages sent to him during each nights concert before he leaves the arena.

Bid to redistribute NC sales tax money praised, panned

A legislative proposal for the state to take away the local portion of sales taxes highlighted two undercurrents in Raleigh - the increased clout of rural Republicans and their conflicts with Gov. Pat McCrory, a fellow Republican who was formerly Charlotte's mayor.

Hard freeze Saturday night to threaten plants, records

Just when we thought spring had finally sprung, Mother Nature is revisiting the area with a blast of freezing air overnight Saturday and into Sunday . Meteorologists with the National Weather Service are expecting a hard freeze Saturday night, with temperatures dipping into the low 20s.

DREAM providing opportunities for young dancers

On a Wednesday evening, a handful of teenage girls wearing sweatpants and tank tops practiced hip-hop dance routines in Aycock Recreation Center's multipurpose room. The after-school dance instruction is part of a new program through the Henderson-Vance Recreation and Parks Department called DREAM, which stands for Diverse Roles in Entertainment, Arts and Media.

Ultra-fast Internet network coming first to Raleigh community center

AT&T is building the network across the Triangle and parts of the Triad in partnership with several municipalities and four universities. A key requirement for the new network was that the provider enable access in urban and other areas where high-speed Internet access has been limited.

Police search for Raleigh bank robber

The man walked into the First Citizens bank at 4801 Capital Blvd. shortly after 12:30 p.m., handed a note to a teller demanding money and left with an undisclosed amount of cash, police said. The robber is described as about 5 feet 10 inches tall and having a thin build, a small mustache and a goatee.

N.C. Senate bill would pawn off Dorothea Dix Park to highest bidder

Republicans in the North Carolina General Assembly just can't stop meddling in the affairs of local governments. On Thursday, three Senators from rural counties introduced a bill to "ensure the fair sale" of Dix Park, the 300 acre property in southeast Raleigh slated to become a destination park after Gov. McCrory and mayor Nancy McFarlane reached a $52 million sales agreement this year.

Consulate General of Mexico and N.C. DHHS Reach Agreement for Protection of Minors

Raleigh, N.C. - On March 25, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services' Division of Social Services and the Consulate General of Mexico in Raleigh signed a Memorandum of Agreement that protects Mexican minors in the event they have been separated from their parents or guardians.

NatGeo's #KillingJesus Takes a Shot, Misses the Point

Ridley Scott's first biblically-themed project since EXODUS: GOD'S AND KINGS rated 3 out of 5 stars by Faith Driven Consumer Contact: Matthew Faraci, Faith Driven Consumer , 919-645-0771, matthew@faithdrivenconsumer.com RALEIGH, N.C., March 26, 2015 / Christian Newswire / -- Faith Driven Consumer - the consumer advocacy organization representing 41 million Christian consumers who spend $2 trillion annually, has earned wide recognition for rating the faith compatibility of Hollywood films, measuring how they will resonate with faith-driven audiences, and predicting box office performance. The group's Faith-Friendly Film Review system serves as a key resource for consumers to evaluate entertainment choices.

Feels like the third time: Lawmakers try to overturn Durham billboard ordinance

They tried in 2012-and failed. They tried again in 2013-and failed again. Now, like Chucky the Doll, the billboard legislation is back, refusing to die.

Raleigh ranked 13th U.S. city for solar

Last year, Raleigh office equipment company CEI had 615 solar panels installed on the roof of its headquarters off of Glenwood Avenue, near RDU airport. The solar panels will reduce the company's power consumption from Duke Energy by nearly 80 percent, and thanks to federal and state incentives, CEI will see a full payback on its initial investment in five years.

New Triangle food truck to feature fresh Maine lobster

Cousins Maine Lobster is launching a Raleigh food truck in early April, featuring lobster rolls and other items featuring fresh lobster flown from Maine. Cousins Maine Lobster, a food truck business launched in Los Angeles by two cousins from Maine, is coming to the Triangle.

Time Warner Cable bundles in Raleigh , North Carolina

Living in the 21st century means people are bombarded with choices all the time. But Time Warner Cable knows that keeping your life simple is the best thing they can offer. By bundling your digital services like cable TV, high speed Internet and home phone services together, customers can save money and time. Imagine if you were able to get your electric, gas, water and trash bills all on one statement. Time Warner Cable in Raleigh , North Carolina , makes your life simpler, and allows you to have more money to spend on other things.

Time Warner Cable in Raleigh , North Carolina, understands that people just want low prices, high-quality products and convenience. The billing is easy, with easy to understand items and no hidden charges.

The local fans of Raleigh Angels (MLB), Raleigh Ducks (NHL) and other notable sports teams will get plenty of high-definition TV coverage. Fans will also able to check their teams scores online using Time-Warner Cables high-speed Internet. Residents of Raleigh need to be connected all the time

When you sign up with Time Warner Cable for digital cable TV in Raleigh , North Carolina, you will get all of the best channels your entire family loves to watch. Some of their best features include their Look Back® option, which allows viewers to watch select prime time shows within 72 hours, even if they didn’t record it on their DVR.

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Bundling all of your digital services means plenty of savings for you – so take advantage of Time Warner Cable’s great collection of cable TV, high-speed Internet and digital phone services.