William Enloe, former Raleigh mayor and a district manager for the company that owned the former Cardinal Theater, participates in a ceremony in 1967 burying a time capsule at North Hills.
William Enloe, former Raleigh mayor and a district manager for the company that owned the former Cardinal Theater, participates in a ceremony in 1967 burying a time capsule at North Hills. File photo
William Enloe, former Raleigh mayor and a district manager for the company that owned the former Cardinal Theater, participates in a ceremony in 1967 burying a time capsule at North Hills. File photo

What’s in the time capsule buried 50 years ago at North Hills? Find out Thursday

June 07, 2017 07:00 AM

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