Here Comes the Construction Equipment
There are no super-sized construction projects on the books for the coming months, but that doesn't mean there won't a few traffic hurdles here and there before students return in August.
Hillsborough Work to Reroute Traffic
The installation of new power poles on Hillsborough Street will impact traffic and bus routes during the evening hours this week.
Prepare for Packed Packapalooza
Saturday's fifth-annual Packapalooza is expected to draw more than 60,000 students, staff, faculty and Raleigh citizens to the rain-or-shine block party and community festival on Hillsborough Street.
Weekend Closure on Hillsborough
Hillsborough Street will close to one lane just beyond the Pullen Road traffic circle on Saturday and Sunday for utility work.
Plan Around Hillsborough Construction
Construction has begun on Raleigh’s major renewal project along Hillsborough Street, the busy street bordering central campus. Check out the first construction update from the city and steer clear of problems.
Mind the Parking Notices
The third-annual Rock-N-Roll Raleigh marathon and half marathon will return to NC State's campus on Sunday. Find out where to go and not go to avoid race traffic.
Veterans Day Honored
NC State will celebrate Veterans Day next Wednesday with a trio of events in conjunction with Raleigh sister city Compiegne, France.
Homecoming, Halloween Coincide
Among the pumpkins, ghouls and goblins that arrive this weekend are thousands of NC State alumni for Homecoming and Clemson's No. 3 football team. Enjoy multiple opportunities to participate in the first Halloween game ever played at Carter-Finley Stadium.
Park Scholars Give $2 Million
The Park Scholars, who have organized the wildly popular Krispy Kreme Challenge race since 2004, have committed $2 million to UNC Children's Hospital for the Krispy Kreme Challenge Children's Specialty Clinic at Rex Hospital in Raleigh.
Crowdfunding for A Place At The Table
A Place At The Table, a pay-as-you-can cafe on Hillsborough Street, is looking to raise $100,000 to pay for startup costs. The restaurant, the brainchild of NC State alumna Maggie Kane, hopes to open next summer.