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The second annual Smithfield River Rat Regatta will allow families to construct their own cardboard boats and race them down the Neuse River next month.
Statement to The Associated Press from Michael Jackson's estate on the 10th anniversary of his death.
NC FC owner Steve Malik and real estate developer John Kane have secured rights to about 130 acres just south of downtown Raleigh for a project they are calling Downtown South, which will feature a multi-purpose, open-air stadium, retail, hotels and residential spaces.
Corner Boys BBQ, a Fuquay-Varina-based food truck and catering company, will be the next pop-up business at American Tobacco Campus.
Julian Grace joined WRAL-TV's news team this spring as a reporter and weekend evening news anchor. It was a big decision for the Indianapolis native, who left his hometown where he worked for WISH-TV, and his wife and four children to pick up and move to North Carolina.
For the fifth year in a row, Durham's PickleFest showcased pickle vendors from many Triangle area restaurants, offering locally-made pickle dishes made to pucker your lips.
Scamp the Tramp is a dog of unknown breeding with beady eyes, no teeth and short stubby legs.
Thanks to a devoted social worker, a Smithfield nursing home and the kindness of strangers, Milton "Milt" Capps will watch the Yankees take on the Astros on Sunday in New York City.
The votes are in via Airbnb customers for the top "wish-listed" places to stay across North Carolina with the top 20 properties representing a mix of tiny and tall, remote and urban. Even a converted bus.
Cuban Revolution after 10 years in Durham, according to a sign posted on the door.
The world has come to know Tyler Butler-Figueroa, 11, as the boy who made Simon Cowell hit the "Golden Buzzer" on America's Got Talent.
A sushi roll available at multiple locations in North Carolina this summer will give back to the community by supporting families affected by congenital heart disease.
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