Kathryn Upchurch, left, and Lia Slaton cross the finish line during the Run for Young race in downtown Raleigh earlier this month. City leaders are still grappling with conflicts associated with Raleigh’s high demand for road races, including two Mother’s Day events in the same neighborhood.
Kathryn Upchurch, left, and Lia Slaton cross the finish line during the Run for Young race in downtown Raleigh earlier this month. City leaders are still grappling with conflicts associated with Raleigh’s high demand for road races, including two Mother’s Day events in the same neighborhood. jhknight@newsobserver.com
Kathryn Upchurch, left, and Lia Slaton cross the finish line during the Run for Young race in downtown Raleigh earlier this month. City leaders are still grappling with conflicts associated with Raleigh’s high demand for road races, including two Mother’s Day events in the same neighborhood. jhknight@newsobserver.com

Mother’s Day road races clash in North Raleigh

January 28, 2014 12:53 PM

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