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North Carolina FC Has Come a Long Way in Two Years. But Is Raleigh Ready to Be an MLS Town?

Last week, the team made its pitch to league officials—including a $150 million downtown stadium
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Moore Square Renovation Moves Forward; Apparent Low Bid Awaits Council Approval

Moore Square Renovation Moves Forward; Apparent Low Bid Awaits Council Approval

The long-awaited renovation of Raleigh's historic Moore Square has a projected start date of late November, city parks staff say. City council members will vote in August or early September on whether to accept the apparent low bid, from Sanford-based American South General Contractors.
Dance Review: Justin Tornow and COMPANY Look at Dance From Every Angle in <i>No. 19/Modulations</i>

Dance Review: Justin Tornow and COMPANY Look at Dance From Every Angle in No. 19/Modulations

Tornow makes us realize that our experience of dance is constantly being mediated by physical, material, spatial, and technical elements usually beyond the artists' control.
Bills in North Carolina, Congress Target Companies That Boycott Israel

Bills in North Carolina, Congress Target Companies That Boycott Israel

The federal legislation could impose criminal penalties for dissenting against Israeli penalties. The state bill demands that state agencies and municipalities not do business with boycotters.
Should Wake County Spend Up to $20 Million to Convert a Failed Fuquay-Varina Golf Course into a Park?

Should Wake County Spend Up to $20 Million to Convert a Failed Fuquay-Varina Golf Course into a Park?

Wake County commissioners have been inundated with emails favoring a new county park on the site of the failed Crooked Creek golf course in Fuquay-Varina.
Today in N.C. Gerrymandering: Redistricting Panel Convenes, GOP Leaders Confirm They Will Use Notorious Consultant

Today in N.C. Gerrymandering: Redistricting Panel Convenes, GOP Leaders Confirm They Will Use Notorious Consultant

Republican leaders confirmed that GOP consultant Tom Hofeller, who helped craft unconstitutional districts in 2011, will once again be involved.

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