Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Indy Week Vol. 32 Issue 24, June 2015
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A fast-track bill called the Trade Promotion Authority came to the House floor. If the bill is passed, it would create special interest legislation for elites, ultimately protecting corporations from national regulation.
Raleigh's Warehouse District is undergoing development but residents are not happy with the way the city's Planning Commission has kept them out of the decision-making process.
Downtown Raleigh bars fight for the right to have outdoor drinking patios, regardless of downtown residents' oppositions to 'sidewalk drinking.'
After nearly 70 years, the city of Raleigh decided to demolish a small town that took shape after World War II to accommodate returning GI's.
A new book entitled, 'Dixie Be Damned: 300 Years of Insurrection in the American South,' examines North Carolina's role in experiments of resistance and protest throughout history.