Raleigh wi-fi success story Republic Wireless opens its first pop-up store
Republic Wireless, a wi-fi firm born at NCSU's Centennial Campus, has opened its first pop-up store. The downtown Raleigh location could fuel the company's plans for new ways to use their technology at affordable prices.
Several Wintershaven Apartment residents are searching for a new place to live after their affordable apartments will turn into market rate apartments in August. The complex, 60 rooms located on the edge of downtown Raleigh, was purchased last year.
IHOP, the International House of Pancakes, changed its name Monday to the International House of Burgers in a spectacular marketing ploy. Instead of brunch, breakfast or biscuits, IHOB is rolling out a new line of burgers.
The NC NAACP urges Apple and Amazon to stay away from North Carolina because of a law allowing four mostly white towns in Mecklenburg County to create their own charter schools and a proposed constitutional amendment requiring voter ID at polls.
State Board of Transportation member Nina Szlosberg-Landis uses a bottle of grape juice to christen a new Amtrak train in the NCDOT rail yard. With the addition the Piedmont will now have three daily runs between Raleigh and Charlotte.
An estimated 8000 Starbucks stores will be closed Tuesday, May 29, 2018 for anti-bias training for employees following an incident in Philadelphia in April in which a manager called police on two African-American men waiting for a friend in a store.