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TIME WARNER CABLE HAS MERGED WITH CHARTER SPECTRUM

In order to bring you great services at low rate, Time Warner Cable has merged with Charter Spectrum. You can now enjoy the best of both worlds, with high-speed Internet up to 100 Mbps in select areas, digital HD TV with hundreds of channels and unlimited nationwide calling.

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About: raleigh, north carolina

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

Raleigh News
NCDOT Plans to Fully Reopen Stretch of I-40 by Christmas

Travelers using Interstate 40 to pass through Raleigh, N.C., can expect lanes that have been under construction for the past few years to be restored by Christmas, according to North Carolina Department of Transportation Spokesman Steve Abbott. NCDOT's goal is to finish repaving an 8.5-mile stretch of I-40 before the end of the year, Abbott said.

Animal cruelty suspect could face more charges -

A man charged with well over a dozen counts of animal cruelty last week could be facing more charges, including a felony, after one of the dogs had to be euthanized due to the extent of its malnourishment, according to Sampson County Animal Control. "One of the dogs was in really bad shape and he may have been starved to death," Sgt.

Cole-McFadden, Davis and Moffitt exit Durham City Council

Three Durham City Council members convened for their final meeting this week. Two of the three did not go by choice; they lost their re-election bids.

NC man talks about 17 years spent in prison for Raleigh murder he didn't commit

Greg Taylor spent 17 years of his life in prison for a crime he did not commit and now he's telling his story to hopefully prevent others from experiencing what he did. In front of a room full of students, and broadcast live to even more online, Greg Taylor talked about what it's like to lose hope.

November 22 Sudoku Solution

To create paragraphs in your comment, type at the start of a paragraph and at the end of each paragraph. I have never been as stuck on any Sudoku the way i am with the March 9 puzzle.

Meet Heather Gordon, the Durham Artist Behind the Obscurely but...

AM Raleigh installation And Then the Sun Swallowed Me , by Durham artist Heather Gordon, is a visual interpretation of the contraction of the universe after the explosion of the sun. Black tape, geometrically organized on the museum's walls, represents the cataclysmic moment in which we will return to dust.

Now is the time to see the best worst film ever on the big screen

Tommy Wiseau, right, directed and starred in 'The Room,' which is inspiration for the new James Franco film, "The Disaster Artist." James Franco's "The Disaster Artist" concerns the making of one of the many contenders for the distinction of worst movie ever: Tommy Wiseau's 2003 romantic drama "The Room."

Bike Sharing Rolls Out in Durham Next Week

Three hundred dockless bikes will be deployed in Durham beginning next week as part of a new public bike share system. According to a press release from the city, LimeBike and Spin will deploy the bikes on Monday, "with additional operators and bikes to soon follow."

As Gaylord and Baldwin Leave, Raleigh City Council Nixes Short-Term Rental Plan Again

Departing Raleigh City Council members Bonner Gaylord and Mary-Ann Baldwin said goodbyes to colleagues Tuesday, but didn't get the farewell gift they wanted: passage of an ordinance allowing homeowners to rent out part of their homes in the short term. The council has been wrangling with the issue for several years, but only Mayor Nancy McFarlane, Bonner and Baldwin voted yes Tuesday.

Clerk chases after robbery suspect with a bat, beats him

A suspected robber was beaten with a baseball bat by the store clerk who he robbed Tuesday morning at a convenience store in Raleigh, N.C. police said. Police responded to the scene of the robbery and beating at the Circle K located at 2506 S. Saunders Street around 12:25 a.m. Upon arrival, officers found the clerk standing above the suspect and holding a baseball bat.

Gaston County mother judged insane after shooting children gets new...

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City of Durham changes logo, spends less than Raleigh

The new logo for the City of Durham drops the "City of Medicine" tagline and 1869 founding year. It also changes the font slightly and makes it blue, not black.

Dopapod & The Motet Team Up For '90s Classics

Funk revivalists The Motet recently completed a run of dates with jam act Dopapod . The run featured a number of collaborations including members of each band teaming for three different '90s classics.

Royal Studio's 60th, LeBon Apetit, Exceptional Foundation chili

Robert Cray, The Masqueraders and Boz Scaggs were among the performers at the event. Following the concert, guests traveled a red carpet to the Halloran Centre for Performing Arts & Education for the after party.

Former community college president says he was forced out RALEIGH,...

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Raleigh man charged with break-in at Southeast Raleigh High

Malcolm Deandre Williams, 22, of 2701 Stewart Drive, Apt. A, was arrested Monday.

Raleigh native returns in 'School of Rock' at DPAC

Now, Clanton is part of the School of Rock musical at Durham Performing Arts Center next week. The production, like the film, follows Dewey Finn, an aspiring guitarist who ends up as a substitute teacher at a prep school.

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