Wake County law enforcement caught three individuals in a pre-planned street race along South Saunders Street on Thursday (Feb. 23).

With the recently launched Urban One Podcast Network in full swing, it was only a matter of time before the Triangle made its mark. NY-born, Durham-raised MC Jooselord made his way to Atlanta to chop it up with Posted On The Corner’s Incognito and DJ Misses for the latest episode of the New & Making Noise podcast. In this episode, the […]

The Raleigh native taps in with the Sunday Wrap-Up to discuss his rising career, his top 3 rappers, and what's next.

Check out these upcoming Easter events in the town of Cary! Hippity Hoppity Easter Egg Hunt April 1 | Free | Age 3-12 | Registration Required Resident registration February 20 Nonresident registration March 6 Two locations to choose from. Register your child for one location. Register on mycary.org using the program code below. Gates open for egg hunt check-in […]

Raleigh Parks is partnering with The Produce Project to provide pick-up locations for fresh produce at various community centers across the City. The Produce Project offers shares of fresh produce at a third of the cost. How It Works You order a $20 produce share at produceproject.org Pick up your share from any of the locations […]

Happy Hour specials may become legal in North Carolina if House Bill 94 passes. Bars and restaurants in Raleigh may soon be able to offer “Happy Hour” specials on drink prices, thanks to a new bill. Establishments currently are not allowed to offer discount prices at select hours during the day. Bars can offer discounts […]

The Biden Administration is investing in the cities of Raleigh, Durham, and Fayetteville in hopes to curb traffic fatalities. The Biden Administration is allocating almost $4 million dollars to the state of North Carolina through a new program. Through the Safe Streets and Roads for All Grant Program, Durham will receive $500,000, Raleigh will receive […]

The Wake Forest Film Festival will spotlight passionate, creative and thought-provoking movies by some of today’s most promising and accomplished local, national and international filmmakers. The two-day film showcase will engage audiences with films of all lengths and genres. Intended for both the general public and film professionals. Two-Day passes are $20 plus tax. BUY YOUR TICKETS […]

The extra food stamp (FNS/SNAP) payment, officially called Emergency Allotments, will end in February 2023. Starting in March, you will only get your regular food stamp payment loaded to your EBT card. There will be no second payment later in the month. More details here YOU DO NOT NEED TO SPEND ALL OF YOUR FOOD […]

Durham youth interested in gaining essential job skills while being paid this summer are now invited to apply for the 2023 Durham YouthWorks Program. What You Need to Know Durham youth ages 14 to 24 invited to apply by March 3. Program provides work readiness and essential job skills to help secure future employment. Hybrid learning […]

Raleigh rent prices are experiencing the fastest growth in all of the U.S. According to national real estate brokerage Redfin, the price of renting a home in Raleigh, North Carolina grew at a faster rate than any other metropolitan area in the United States in 2023. While nationwide rental rates have slowed to 2.4%, Raleigh […]

Lenovo's Chief Diversity Officer discusses its ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusion within the company and beyond.