A drone-piloting workshop for people 16 and older is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, July 21, in the Bond Park Community Center, 150 Metro Park, Cary. A drone is included in the registration fee.
Zach Faulisi, the former chef de cuisine of The Durham restaurant, said they plan to open Pizzeria Faulisi Thursday, March 2. The restaurant is on the first floor of a building that’s been under construction at 215 E. Chatham St., next to Mid-Town Square.
Carrie Lynn Black, a manager at Archibald Leslie Tavern in Holly Springs, was arrested Wednesday by North Carolina ALE agents who accused her of selling cocaine to an undercover agent at the establishment.
Demolition and construction are set to begin in the summer of 2017. Students assigned to Apex High School will spend two years at the newly built Green Level West High School before returning to Apex High in August 2019.
When Stephen Malik bought the soccer team formerly known as the RailHawks 13 months ago, this was always in the back of his mind. Tuesday, Malik left no doubt. The goal is an MLS franchise, and quickly, in the next 12-18 months.
Two Durham men were convicted by a federal court jury in Raleigh on Monday of attacking a woman and threatening to drown a child during an attempt to rob a nightclub owner at his Morrisville home in March 2015.
Holly Springs native David Griffith built the D.G. War on Terror Memorial in Holly Springs in honor of his older brother, Maj. Samuel Mark Griffith, a reservist with the U.S. Marine Corps, was killed in combat in Afghanistan Dec. 14, 2011. On Mond