Newlywed man shot in head during break-in was supposed to be at Florida prison with church choir
The Cleveland man who was shot in the back of the head was supposed to have left Wednesday with his wife and church choir to sing and preach at a Florida prison.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Triangle Brewing Co.'s Pint & Plate opens for drinks, but no food yet
The Triangle Brewing Co. opened its new pub, Pint & Plate, at 800 W. Main St. in Durham, but it won't be serving any food until January.
Judge: 'Wonder Blunder' suit against N.C. man will be tried in Hawaii
A federal judge in Hawaii has ruled that a suit filed against a North Carolina man over a failed University of Hawaii concert that was to feature Stevie Wonder must be tried in Honolulu.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Got your Christmas tree yet? N.C. crop one of best in recent years
North Carolina consumers hunting for the perfect Christmas tree will have one of the best crops to choose from in recent years, according to N.C. Department of Agriculture officials.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Saunders: Despite obstacles, these teens are thankful – and...
The staff at the Triangle Radio Reading Service threw a "nose party" – hey, that's what they called it – for the teenager born without one who had a successful surgery recently.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Elon poll: N.C. residents will spend less this season
North Carolina residents will spend less this holiday season than in previous years, according to a recent Elon University poll.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Carrboro film festival to feature 73 films from N.C. and beyond
Among the entries is a documentary by UNC graduate Jonathan Michels , who created a film about the Moral Monday protests against the General Assembly in Raleigh titled "It's Monday and the South is Rising."
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Mint Hill Times
HomeArama Draws Large Crowds - Showcases Mint Hill's Cheval neighborhood
The Home Builders Association of Charlotte has selected Mint Hill's Cheval as the site for this year's HomeArama event, currently in its 25th year.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
N.C. is owed a billion dollars in back taxes
About a billion dollars in back taxes are owed to the state of North Carolina, money that would come in handy when it comes to funding the state's education or transportation needs.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
N.C. cities organization hires new chief from within
Meyer has been the organization's director of governmental affairs. He replaces Ellis Hankins , who will step down at the end of January after 25 years in the job.