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At a Budget Workshop, Wake Commissioners Complain about the School Board Surprising Them with Funding Requests

At a Budget Workshop, Wake Commissioners Complain about the School Board Surprising Them with Funding Requests

Commissioner Erv Portman wants to set funding expectations years in advance

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What’s the First Thing You Think of When You See Raleigh’s New Logo?

Triangulator We asked. You answered.

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For the Last Five Months, Pastor Jose Chicas Has Been Hiding from ICE Inside a Durham Religious Center

News Feature Under a deportation order, he’s taking advantage of ICE’s “sensitive locations policy.”

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Newly Reelected Mayor Nancy McFarlane Grapples With the Fact that Large Swaths of Raleigh Feel Left Behind

Wake County The precinct returns last week told a tale of two cities.

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Talking About Affordable Housing Is Easy. Actually Building It Is Much More Difficult.

Durham County Durham’s new city council faces a number of obstacles to achieving their oft-spoken goal

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A Federal Judge Allows Twenty-Six Nuisance Lawsuits Against Pork Giant Murphy Brown to Go to a Jury

Triangulator Judge Earl Brett denied the defendants’ motion for summary judgment

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Will the Felony Charges Against Defend Durham Demonstrators Be Dropped?

Durham County On Tuesday, their attorney said that was happening. Not so fast, the DA responded.

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Since 2011, Raleigh Residents Have Been Lobbying the City to Allow Backyard Cottages. What’s the Holdup?

Wake County Wake County says they're an integral part of its affordable housing plan

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For Two Decades, Durham’s East End Neighborhood Hosted Horseshoe Matches With No Complaints. Then the Developers Came.

Durham County Developers say the noise, traffic, and litter is bringing down property values

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Nine of The Ten N.C. Republicans in the U.S. House Voted to Criminalize Abortion After Six Weeks of Pregnancy

Triangulator The bill is unconstitutional and going nowhere, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t matter

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Over Their Own Staff’s Objection, Wake Commissioners Move Forward With a $23 Million Park

Triangulator The plan is to convert a Fuqua-Varina golf club. Opponents say the county has more pressing needs.

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What Should Durham Do With Its Soon-Vacant Police Headquarters?

Triangulator Two plans go before the city council this week

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Is It a Big Deal That Apex Town Council Candidate Graham Wilson Was a Prominent Defender of HB 2?

Wake County He was Pat McCrory’s spokesman. It’s unclear how much that will hurt him.

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What Happens to Steve Schewel’s Council Seat if He Becomes Mayor?

Durham County Want to be on the esteemed body? Here’s your chance to apply (maybe).

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Cora Cole-McFadden Has Been a Durham Political Institution. That Could End This Week.

North Carolina The trailblazing incumbent placed second in the Ward 1 primary vote in October

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Wake Commissioners and School Board Members Haven’t Gotten Over This Year’s Budget Fight

Wake County At a Monday night meeting, open wounds came to the fore

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The Last Week of the Raleigh Mayoral Campaign Has Been Defined by LGBTQ Issues

Triangulator Charles Francis has been attacked for being pals with bigots. Nancy McFarlane has been attacked for the city’s low ranking in an HRC report.

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