The planning commission this week delayed a decision on the controversial North Raleigh Publix project, but in better news, King’s Bowling at North Hills should be opening very soon.
The Raleigh City Council met twice Tuesday, covering issues ranging from the approval of grants by the Human Services Agency to the altering of non-discrimination policy language by the Human Relations Commission. The first meeting scheduled for council members was a work session, where two groups completed presentations that outlined two key issues that will be moving forward for fiscal years to come. Kristin Larson, Budget Manager for the City of Raleigh, conducted a brief presentation outlining the changing process for how nonprofit organizations will receive grants in the future. According to Larson, the Human Services Agency will adopt a process that promotes consistency, transparency, and the perception of fairness for nonprofits seeking grants.
CAT buses will soon be getting a new look, one that is consistent across the region's various transit agencies.
Bluegrass fan Zack Vile shares his memories of Raleigh's second annual Wide Open Bluegrass Festival.