City Councilors Tuesday voted to bring AT&T’s ultra-fast Internet service to Raleigh. They also agreed move ahead on the development of the Raleigh Arts Plan, and approved the City Manager’s organizational realignment plans.
This week on the Development Beat: More beds at Holly Hill; pastries will compete with health food for downtown snacking; and no big blow-up dancing guys for a used car lot on Glenwood Avenue.
C. Colon Willoughby Jr. served as Wake County’s District Attorney for 28 years. Prior to stepping down, Willoughby spoke with Record reporter James Borden about his time in office and the changes and challenges he has seen in nearly three decades of service.
City Journal: Raleigh Little Theatre’s Charles Phaneuf looks at the theater’s part in a growing city.