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Raleigh's industrial base includes banking/financial services; electrical, medical, electronic and telecommunications equipment; clothing and apparel; food processing; paper products; and pharmaceuticals. Raleigh is part of North Carolina's Research Triangle, one of the country's largest and most successful research parks and a major center in the United States for high-tech and biotech research.

Population: 401552
Local Newspapers: The News & Observer
Local Sports Teams: Carolina Hurricanes (NHL) Carolina Mudcats (AA minor-league baseball team) Durham Bulls (AAA minor-league baseball)
Local Colleges: North Carolina State University

Zip Codes associated with raleigh, north carolina: 27529 27571 27592 27601 27603 27604 27605 27606 27607 27608 27609 27610 27612 27613 27614 27615 27616
Towns/Cities near raleigh, north carolina : Garner Knightsdale Clayton Rolesville Cary Morrisville Apex

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Public hearings on expected legislative maps set for Tuesday RALEIGH, ...

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Market Insights: Employment Growth Continues to Encourage Multifamily Development in Raleigh

It's no secret that Raleigh has effectively and consistently attracted new high-salaried jobs to the area this cycle. As of August 2017, almost all of the metro's job sectors have surpassed their respective pre-recession peak employment numbers, the only exceptions being manufacturing and construction.

North Carolina bill that could protect drivers during protests hits snag after Charlottesville

The cuts will eliminate about 8 percent of Union Pacific's managers. The railroad t... -- Responders are searching for five missing crewmen after receiving a report of a downed U.S. Army helicopter off the coast of Hawaii, the U.S. Coast Guard said We... -- The top U.S. trade negotiator says that the United States won't settle for cosmetic changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement as negotiations to rewor... The National Sorghum Producers board of directors elected officers and re-appointed three individuals to the board last week during its annual August board meeting.

Charlotte visitor spending hit record high in 2016 despite HB2

The growing skyline of Charlotte, NC provides a backdrop as spectators listen to the band Flashback at Romare Bearden Park on July 6, 2016. and nearly 2.5 times more than those in Charleston County in South Carolina.

Candlelight Vigil Against Hate and Violence Scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday at Pullen Church

The images and reminders of Saturday's hate-driven violence in Charlottesville remain imprinted on the nation's consciousness, and work continues in the Triangle to create something positive from those horrific memories. Colleen Sharp, a Raleigh resident who was at the Charlottesville demonstrations, expressed that sentiment at a protest Tuesday at the Federal Building on New Bern Avenue.

Slingshot Coffee Proves There's Nuance in Cold Brews at Counter Culture's Weekly Cupping

To some, summer tastes of sweet tea and lemonade against a backdrop of freshly cut grass. For others, the epitome of the season comes in the form of a summer tomato sandwich with juicy slivers tucked between slices of soft white bread.

More arrests made in toppling of Confederate statue

This framegrab from a video shows Takiyah Thompson, a member of Workers World Party and student at N.C. Central University being arrested by Durham County Sheriff's deputies Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017 in Durham, N.C. Thompson was arrested in connection with the removal and vandalism of a Confederate statue Monday. Thompson, was arrested after activists held a press conference Tuesday.

North Carolina governor wants Confederate monuments removed

North Carolina's governor said Tuesday that he wants to bring down Confederate monuments around the state, thrusting himself into a debate stoked by violence in Virginia and the toppling of a statue in his own state. Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's call to remove the monuments from public property came as a sheriff began arresting people responsible for tearing down a nearly century-old Confederate statue in Durham on Monday night.

UNC academic case finally reaches NCAA infractions hearing RALEIGH,...

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He was jailed on $11,000 bond pending a court hearing Aug. 21. a Jasper D. Edwards, 26, of 124 Norlina Pines Drive, Norlina, was charged via order for arrest Aug. 14 with contempt of court/perjury/court violations. He was jailed on $35,000 bond pending a court hearing Sept.

DMV to reopen Chapel Hill license plate office

The license plate office in Chapel Hill will reopen on Wednesday, more than a month after the state Division of Motor Vehicles shut it down because of possible violations of state law. The license plate office was being operated by a private contractor when the DMV closed it on July 14. DMV did not provide details about the possible illegal activity but said an investigation by its License and Theft Bureau began with an anonymous tip.

Raleigh Demonstrators Call Out White Supremacists in Wake of Charlottesville

Colleen Sharp was there in Charlottesville on Saturday and saw it all-the car out of nowhere crashing into more vehicles, then into a crowd, sending bodies hurtling. Finally, Sharp said Tuesday, she saw the dying body of Heather Heyer on the ground.

Gas leak closes eastbound lanes of Glenwood Avenue in Raleigh

According to PSNC, a third-party contractor damaged a natural gas line during excavation work and personnel were on the scene assessing damage Tuesday afternoon. The road was closed just after 4 p.m. and is expected to reopen at about 7:15 p.m. Motorists are advised to turn left onto West Millbrook Road, travel for about two miles and turn right onto N.C. Highway 50 South.

New hearing ordered for man who killed when he was 16

This photo provided by North Carolina Department Of Public Safety shows Jahrheel Ikle May. A North Carolina court has ruled that May sentenced to life without parole for a murder committed when he was 16 years old should get a new sentencing hearing because the judge didn't address issues that might have warranted a lesser penalty for a juvenile. A three-judge panel of the state Court of Appeals said in a decision issued Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017, that May should get a new sentencing hearing for the murder in January 2013 of Anthony Johnson in Greenville.

The next bishop of Raleigh is from Latin America - like many in his flock

Bishop Luis R. Zarama, center, makes the first ceremonial dirt toss during the April 9, 2017, site blessing and groundbreaking for St. John Paul II Mission's new church building in Gainesville, Ga. Clergy applauding the moment include Deacon Luis L. Londono, Msgr.

Senator: No plans to advance bill for drivers in protests

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Protesters Bring Down Confederate Monument in North Carolina

Protesters in Durham, N.C., pulled down a Confederate monument on county property Monday night, saying representations of white supremacy need to be removed. The action was at least partly a reaction to the Unite the Right rally of white supremacists in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend, local media report.

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