The N.C. Wildlife Resource Commission is expected to manage public access to Wake County’s shooting range until a full-time vendor can be found. Wake County staff recommended Monday the commission take over, though the Wake County Board of Commissioners will need to vote to formalize the agreement. The Wildlife Commission partners with Pender and Cleveland counties for outdoor ranges and has helped fund other shooting ranges within the state.
Whether you have lived in the Triangle your whole life or just relocated to the area, it’s likely you’ve run across countless reports and ‘best of’ after ‘best of’ list bringing notoriety to the greater Raleigh-Durham area. Most recently, in the report by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), the Triangle surged ahead once again, coming in second in a ranking for Best Real Estate Prospects in the nation for 2020.
GoTriangle showed off one of its two new electric buses Tuesday during a ceremony in downtown Raleigh. “With new electric buses rolling through North Carolina, GoTriangle showcases its commitment to sustainability and the promise of innovative partnerships in transportation,” says U.S. Rep. David Price of North Carolina.
Microsoft stands to collect more than $1.4 million from Wake County if the tech giant delivers on its plans to hire 500 new software developers at a new Morrisville facility over the next several years.
Wake County commissioners unanimously approved the incentive deal at their meeting Monday night, contingent on the company’s planned $50 million investment. The jobs at the new location for software engineering and development, which the company first announced on Dec. 17, will pay $125,000 – twice the county’s average salary.