If you are coming over from The Black Urbanist, glad you made it! Grab a box or two, help me unload and get your dose of daily news from across the state today.
Greensboro is not allowed to have its own utility tree-trimming regulations, per the state utilities commission.
The impact of the new statewide tax on entertainment on Greensboro cultural and entertainment venues.
If you have $800, you can buy a shoe named after Greensboro.
State Senator Marty Nesbitt died of stomach cancer.
The state approves Forsyth County’s early voting plan.
The makers of Texas Pete hot sauce may move their corporate headquarters into downtown Winston-Salem and are sponsoring the long-running Rock the Bock festival, changing it’s name to the Texas Pete festival.
Fayetteville is set to break ground on the conversion of its Mayfair Mall from an enclosed to an open air shopping district.
A longtime Cary community watchdog has died.
Durham architectural firm The Freelon Group has been acquired by Perkins+Will, a multinational architectural firm.
Crime has risen in Durham.
Charlotte City Council has restarted their Friday morning coffee meetings with citizens.
This artist’s bookmobile plans a stop in Asheville.
Asheville’s Highland Brewery is expanding.
You can now fly from Asheville to Palm Beach, FL.
What the New York Times thinks you should do in Raleigh if you only have 36 hours.
Around the Nation and World: A town where everyone talks about death, a new video game allows you to build your own subway system, and maps that should outrage us as Southerners and a map that has Charlotte as part of the 50% of the US economy powered by major cities.