Pittsboro grocery Piggly Wiggly is closing after 11 years near downtown. The store faced competition from Food Lion, Harris-Teeter, Wal-Mart and Amazon. Owners said decision was not because of Chatham Park.
A man was asked turn his shirt inside out or leave the Greenville, North Carolina mall because security said his shirt, which included the word “F---” was against mall policy. Christopher Tutt said he believed he was targeted and racially profiled. There is no specifically stated rule at the mall that prohibits profanity on clothing.
The Build-a-Bear Workshop Pay Your Age Day discount became frustrating for some customers in the US, UK and Canada who said they waited in long lines for hours but the bears sold out and they were sent home with vouchers.
Trump administration cuts will reduce funding for Affordable Care Act navigators in North Carolina by 85 percent, to $500,000. That will slash the ranks of the navigators who have enrolled the public in health insurance.
Downtown Durham will get a new shop or business every month in a startup space on Blackwell Street at the American Tobacco Campus. A million people pass by the spot, based on Durham Bulls and Durham Performing Arts Center ticket sales.
Rite Aid stores in Cary, Chapel Hill, Durham, Raleigh and Zebulon are closing this month as a result of Walgreens acquisition of the pharmacy chain. Other Rite Aid stores in the area are being rebranded as Walgreens.
Kroger is warning its customers there is an unauthorized "$250 Kroger Shopping Coupon" circulating on social media, but said the giveaway is not affiliated with or supported by the grocery store giant and warns about sharing information.
Hawthorne Retail Partners said on Tuesday that it had started construction on a development it is calling University Hill, which will be a 300,000-square foot mixed-used development at 3806 University Drive.
There’s a reason Community Cafe’s prices are so low. Former participants at the rehab told Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting that many of the menu items were purchased with their food stamps.