Patrons enjoy drink, dance, music and conversation at Cornerstone Tavern on Glenwood South in Raleigh in 2013. The city will continue a program meant to simplify noise complaints in the area near downtown.
Patrons enjoy drink, dance, music and conversation at Cornerstone Tavern on Glenwood South in Raleigh in 2013. The city will continue a program meant to simplify noise complaints in the area near downtown. Chris Seward 2013 News & Observer file photo
Patrons enjoy drink, dance, music and conversation at Cornerstone Tavern on Glenwood South in Raleigh in 2013. The city will continue a program meant to simplify noise complaints in the area near downtown. Chris Seward 2013 News & Observer file photo

Glenwood South Hospitality District will continue

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