Khera Gynecology & Wellness celebrated its grand opening on August 13 with a tour of the West Jones Street location, followed by a dj dance party and dinner.
The Koinonia Foundation bestowed $22,000 in grants to nonprofits in the greater Wake Forest, Rolesville and Youngsville areas.
Parlor Bar, the new cocktail lounge at the Heights House Hotel, celebrated its opening with a small gathering for media and civic leaders.
Wake County Boys & Girls Clubs dedicated the Lawrence and Jean Shuping Memorial Courtyard at “The Club” Teen Center in Raleigh.
The 30th annual Fourth of July Parade down Shepard Street in the Bogue Park area of Morehead City included many generations of Raleighites.
The Wendell Historical Society hosted Premiere Night for major donors to celebrate the Wendell Museum’s opening.
New Bern-based photographer Baxter Miller opened her solo exhibition, DAYDREAMS, at Charlotte Russell Contemporary.
US Army SSG Michael Kacer and his family received keys to their new house, presented by Operation: Coming Home
Marbles Kids Museum opened Ready Set Vet, a new exhibit presented by the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
The Carolina Theatre of Durham raised more than $100,000 at its first Dancing With The Carolina Stars fundraiser.
Atelier Sisu’s Evanescent Bubbles, an installation from Australia, filled a block of Fayetteville Street with enormous, iridescent orbs.
Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin and Bank of America staff gathered in Dix Park Chapel garden to celebrate Bank of America’s commitment to greenspace.
A summer fashion show to benefit Dress for Success Triangle’s mission of empowering women to thrive in work and in life.
A tribute to the Black women who built Raleigh, Courtney Napier’s exhibit featured portraits by Triangle photographers