In March, I wrote about the Raleigh Wine Shop, a store being planned by local wine aficionado Seth Hoffman.
Sue Stock writes: My last day at The News & Observer will be Friday.
The friendly competition between the Streets at Southpoint mall in Durham and Crabtree Valley Mall in Raleigh continues.
Many of you have asked about Earp's Seafood on South Saunders Street in Raleigh, which was heavily damaged by the April 16 tornado.
It can be tough for an independent business owner to go it alone in the face of many large, rapidly expanding national chains. However many independent pharmacies seem to find a way to succeed.
The new year is bringing with it renewed interest in restaurants, as consumer spending rebounds from the recession. One risk is that rising gas prices could curb appetites for dining out.
In Durham, there's a business that's not a retail store but that I know will interest a lot of business owners and aspiring business owners.
If you're an art lover, there are some interesting openings you might want to note:
Late last year, North Carolina lost five Ashley Furniture Home Store shops when their owners filed for bankruptcy and subsequently liquidated the stores.
A coffee house and restaurant called the Tribeca Café and Lounge is headed for the first-floor retail space at the Hue building in downtown Raleigh.
In downtown Raleigh, a familiar face for area wine aficionados is preparing to open his own wine shop on Glenwood South.
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