North Carolina FC and John Kane Want to Put a Big Ol' Soccer Stadium in Downtown Raleigh - The Independent Weekly — The Independent Weekly North Carolina FC and John Kane Want to Put a Big Ol' Soccer Stadium in Downtown Raleigh The Independent Weekly At a press conference and in a press release this morning, North Carolina FC—formerly the Carolina Railhawks—announced that, as part of their bid to join Major League Soccer, they had partnered with megadeveloper John Kane (think North Hills, ... Major League soccer stadium plan | MLS bid, update, July 19, 2018 ... News & Observer (blog) all 123 news articles »
NC Department of Labor issues moratorium on Fire Ball ride after deadly accident at Ohio State Fair - myfox8.com — myfox8.com NC Department of Labor issues moratorium on Fire Ball ride after deadly accident at Ohio State Fair myfox8.com RALEIGH, N.C. — The North Carolina Department of Labor says they will issue a moratorium on all KMG Fire Ball rides in the state after Wednesday's deadly Ohio State Fair accident, WTVD reports. The ride, known as the Fire Ball, was shown swinging back ... and more »
College advisers NC: John M. Belk Endowment gives $10 million gift ... - News & Observer — News & Observer College advisers NC: John M. Belk Endowment gives $10 million gift ... News & Observer The Chapel Hill-based College Advising Corps will get a $10 million gift from the John M. Belk Foundation. The nonprofit places recent college graduates in 127 ... and more »
'Miss Julie' adaptation returns to Pittsburgh stage before heading to NC and Scotland - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette — Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 'Miss Julie' adaptation returns to Pittsburgh stage before heading to NC and Scotland Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Mark Clayton Southers' “Miss Julie, Clarissa and John ” returns for three performances Thursday through Saturday, July 27-29, as a farewell to Pittsburgh before the play hits the road for the National Black Theatre Festival in North Carolina and the ...
Electing Democratic school board members reduces school segregation, study finds - News & Observer — Electing Democratic school board members reduces school segregation, study finds News & Observer North Carolina voters who want to reduce school segregation should elect Democrats to school boards, although it could increase white flight, according to a new study co-authored by a Duke University professor. The paper, released ... in an interview ... and more »
NC Growing Together offers crowdfunding webinar for food and farm businesses, Aug. 10 - Mountain Xpress (blog) — Mountain Xpress (blog) NC Growing Together offers crowdfunding webinar for food and farm businesses, Aug. 10 Mountain Xpress (blog) What you'll learn: Because of legislation passed by the N.C. General Assembly in July 2016, startups in North Carolina can now raise up to $2 million from average investors using their own web site or a registered funding portal. A further simplified ...
North Carolina's win over Miami in 2007 was a bright spot in an ... - Tar Heel Blog (blog) — Tar Heel Blog (blog) North Carolina's win over Miami in 2007 was a bright spot in an ... Tar Heel Blog (blog) 2007 was a crazy season of college football. Carolina's win over Miami was particularly memorable. and more »
NC lawmakers again wrangle over redrawing legislative maps - WTVD-TV — WTVD-TV NC lawmakers again wrangle over redrawing legislative maps WTVD-TV NC lawmakers again wrangle over redrawing legislative maps ... Causing a serious case of "Deja vu, all over again," North Carolina lawmakers were back at it Wednesday, wrangling over what the process of drawing state electoral maps should look like. and more »
In-State Backstroker John Healy Verbally Commits to NC State - SwimSwam — SwimSwam In-State Backstroker John Healy Verbally Commits to NC State SwimSwam John Healy of Cary, North Carolina has announced on Twitter that he has made a verbal commitment to swim for the North Carolina State Wolfpack beginning with the 2018-19 season. “Proud to announce my verbal commitment to swim for NC State! Grateful ...
North Carolina FC Has Come a Long Way in Two Years. But Is Raleigh Ready to Be an MLS Town? - The Independent Weekly — The Independent Weekly North Carolina FC Has Come a Long Way in Two Years. But Is Raleigh Ready to Be an MLS Town? The Independent Weekly Less than two years ago, in the fall of 2015, the enthusiastic, blunt-spoken founder of Cary's Medfusion bought the Carolina RailHawks, an eight-year-old soccer team plagued by mismanagement and scandal and trying to shake off perpetually mediocre ...