Bonner Gaylord

Gaylord: We Need To Be a Part of the Future

This is the latest in our ongoing interview series, On The Record. Last week, we had the chance to talk with Raleigh City Councilor Bonner Gaylord to discuss bikeshare, greenways and Raleigh's growing sharing economy.

Kiwanis Park

Development Beat: Kiwanis Park

The City of Raleigh is currently soliciting design proposals for a $700,000 renovation of Kiwanis Park, so we take a look back at how the park came to be.

The Landmark at North Hills

Development Beat: Renovation Roundup

The developers of the hit Temple Run series are set to undergo $179,925 worth of renovations to their North Hills office space, and three area restaurants received permits for minor renovation jobs.

The site of the manufacturing plant

Development Beat: Teardown Tuesday

A plant currently embroiled in an environmental lawsuit that's located off Atlantic Avenue and once housed a glass manufacturer and an electronics company is set for demolition.


Oak City Portraits: Brentwood Rocks

On Saturday, May 21 the Brentwood community in North Raleigh held the first annual "Brentwood Rocks" event where neighbors of all ages got together to paint rocks for a planned Rock Garden in Brentwood Park.


Development Beat: Renovation Roundup

Permits have been issued for Oak & Dagger, which will be replacing Tyler's Taproom at Seaboard Station, and for continued work at Horseshoe Farm Nature Preserve, a park that's more than 20 years in the making.

Chicago, 1955

Predicting Raleigh’s Traffic

On Tuesday, Councilors discussed the City's procedures for conducting Traffic Impact Analysis studies, plus a breakdown of the types of developments for which traffic studies are always required.