- Local Deals
With a ground-breaking ceremony Thursday, NCDOT cranks up a string of railroad improvement projects that will spend $520 million in federal economic stimulus money over the next couple of years.Modified: 02/13/13 07:13:41 PM
A young immigrant who was denied driving privileges delivered a petition with 23,500 signatures to Gov. Pat McCrory urging him to support issuing licenses to illegal immigrants allowed to be here under a federal program.Modified: 02/13/13 01:01:34 AM
The North Carolina legislature is expected to approve a bill to lift its two-year-old ban on study of the Red Route through Garner. Federal regulators have said they will not consider any path for the 540 Outer Loop unless the Red Route is studied.Modified: 02/13/13 05:30:22 AM
The city of Raleigh says it will team up with Zipcar to make two cars available for city residents to rent by the hour or by the day.Modified: 02/12/13 12:01:25 PM
Chapel Hill police said a person was struck in the intersection of Columbia and Franklin streets Monday evening, but the injuries did not appear to be life-threatening.Modified: 02/12/13 07:51:12 AM
Road Worrier: County tax collectors hope their tax revenues will increase when the state Division of Motor Vehicles starts collecting county car property taxes. Car owners will write one check to DMV to cover the state registration fee and the county property tax.Modified: 02/12/13 02:08:01 AM
Starting later this year, North Carolinians will stop paying property taxes to their local county tax collectors -- and start paying the county taxes directly to the state Division of Motor Vehicles, instead. DMV will collect the tax when it collects car registration renewal fees, and send the tax money back to the county.Modified: 02/11/13 01:11:38 PM
The state Department of Transportation will post new signs bumping the legal limit up to 70 mph, from the current 65 mph, on a 21-mile stretch of the loop from U.S. 70 near Brier Creek to the U.S. 64/264 interchange near Knightdale.Modified: 02/09/13 06:02:30 AM
Drivers in northern Wake County will see a slight increase in the speed limit later this month on the 540 Outer Loop.Modified: 02/08/13 10:35:45 PM
A short circuit Thursday morning was blamed for the outage at Division of Motor Vehicles headquarters on New Bern Avenue, which houses 350 to 400 employees and the agency’s computer network. The outage continued Friday.Modified: 02/09/13 06:03:15 AM
N.C. Department of Transportation officials will examine the safety of a railroad crossing south of downtown where a woman was killed when her sports utility vehicle was struck by an Amtrak train early Wednesday evening.Modified: 02/08/13 06:02:52 AM
A power outage at the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles headquarters in Raleigh has knocked out computers that support DMV offices statewide.Modified: 02/07/13 01:52:47 PM
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