Raleigh, N.C. - Raleigh City Councilors are waiting for state and county decisions before taking any action against Raleigh's sweepstakes parlors.At Tuesday's Law and Public Safety Committee meeting, City Attorney Tom McCormick said city staff has prepared a draft ordinance that would regulate where sweepstakes parlors can operate, but should wait for more direction from the state and ...
An Army green megawatt generator shipped from Austria is now in operation approximately two miles from the Orange County landfill. The generator will be used to convert methane emissions into electricity to power the local energy grid and the construction of Carolina North. "It's a reciprocating engine, so it's much like the engine in your car except it runs on landfill gas ...
The Raleigh City Council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, June 4, at 7:00 p.m. to receive comment on the proposed sale of two retail spaces and parking areas in the City-owned Blount Street Parking Deck to Edison Land, LLC. The appraised value of the property is $627,627. The option to purchase will be granted to Edison Land, LLC for cash consideration of $12,500, and will provide for the ...
One of Downtown Raleigh's most prominent corporate residents, Red Hat Inc., is hosting a free concert on Friday, August 2 at Red Hat Amphitheater. Alternative rockers Silversun Pickups will headline the event with supporting acts to be announced in the coming weeks. Raleigh-based Red Hat, the world's leading provider of open source software solutions, recently moved its headquarters to ...
Community Leaders Celebrate the Selection of Raleigh’s Fayetteville Street as a Great Place In North Carolina
The Raleigh City Council today saluted Fayetteville Street for being named "North Carolina's Main Street." Ben Hitchings, president of the North Carolina chapter of the American Planning Association (APA-NC) presented council members with a framed certificate honoring Fayetteville Street as a 2013 "Great Place in North Carolina." The honor is part of the "Great ...
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Often referred to as the French answer to Gone With the Wind (1939) and certainly among the most beloved (if not the most beloved) of French films, Marcel Carn's gorgeous and sprawling Children of Paradise (Les Enfants du paradis) is a lush ro ... ...
The City of Raleigh has been selected to receive eight 2012-13 Solutions Awards from the Public Technology Institute (PTI). The national awards recognize outstanding achievements in local government applications of technology that enhance community services, improve internal operations and reduce costs. The City's Office of Sustainability will receive six PTI awards and the City's ...
The City of Raleigh is applying for a federal Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) V grant to complete Phase I of the Union Station project. The City Council voted unanimously today to authorize City staff to apply for the grant. Renovation of the Dillon Viaduct Building at 510 W. Martin Street in Downtown is the first phase of construction of the Raleigh Union Station ...
Environmental Protection Agency said Tuesday that it could put a former fabric mill in Oxford on a list of Superfund sites that could require cleanups costing millions of dollars. Cristex Drum mill, on the town's southwestern edge, is contaminated with chlorinated solvents similar to those used in dry-cleaning, ...
Rich Clifton , the Research Triangle Park-based senior vice president of technology enablement and solutions organization at NetApp, who says that while the company's RTP site is certainly impacted by the reduction, the storage giant isn't slowing its plans to expand locally. "We're doing some specific restructuring to focus on efficiencies and some of the key market ...
Bank of America , Citi, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Ally/GMAC. The March 31 data was self-reported by the banks according to Smith's office, which will verify the numbers. So far, only GMAC has received credit under the program. Among the types of relief have been first lien modifications, short sales, second lien cancellations and forbearance for unemployed borrowers. In North ...
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Voting is on for 28 seats of the North Cachar Hills Autonomous Council in Assam today.
Over 1,21,000 voters are eligible to seal the political fate of 138 candidates. The Congress has fielded 28 candidates. The BJP has its candidates in ten constituencies. Nineteen former insurgent leaders are also in the poll fray.
Meanwhile, security has been intensified across Dima Hasao District to conduct free and fair polls.
Thirteen additional companies of para-military force and Assam Police battalions have been deployed. Ninety Six polling stations have been identified as very sensitive and 66 as sensitive. Counting of votes will be held on May 24. (ANI)
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