Editor Charles Duncan kicks off the first Raleigh Talks event Wednesday at Tir Na Nog.

First RaleighTalks a Success

Raleigh Public Record brought it's news operations to the stage Wednesday night at Tir Na Nog to discuss what historic districts mean in a growing city.

Mac Hulslander, of Raleigh, carries a "Stop the War on Women" sign as an estimated 15 to 20,000 people march down Fayetteville Street.

The Politics of Counting

Depending on what newspaper or website you read Sunday, there was somewhere between 20,000 and 100,000 people out in downtown Raleigh for the Moral March last weekend.

Shamsa and Francesco Visone, who live in Glenwood South, study a map of the downtown boundaries at Tuesday's downtown plan kick off.

Process Begins for New Downtown Plan

City planners and residents this week kicked off a nine-month process to develop a new downtown master plan. The last plan called for the opening of Fayetteville Street and building a new convention center.