International Minute Press

International Minute Press
Downtown Location • 221 West Martin Street • Raleigh, NC 27601
Phone: 919-821-7897 • Phone: 919-832-7255 • Fax: 919-821-5987
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  • Terminal 1 renovation nears completion

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    Raleigh has recently won recognition as a great place for jobseekers, and as a city that offers success in business.

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    The North Carolina Division of Parks and Recreation has declared Crowders Mountain State Park to be the North Carolina 2013 Park of the Year.

  • Raleigh set to revitalize Hillsborough Street

    Hillsborough Street is considered a gateway to downtown Raleigh, with approximately 21,000 vehicles traveling it every day. Now, the city is considering substantial changes to the popular thoroughfare as well.

  • Candle tea kicks off the holidays in Raleigh

    For many Raleigh residents, the holiday season doesn't get started until the Raleigh Moravian Church holds its annual candle tea. Both members and non-members alike look forward to the event, which features Moravian foods, a holiday bazaar, and Christmas carols sung by the area's high school choirs. This years event was on December 7 and marked the 55th time the celebration has been held at the church.

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    Research Triangle, near Raleigh, is home to a number of high-tech companies and is known for the innovations and discoveries taking place there, and for its commitment to new technologies. A group called the CleanTech Cluster was founded in the Triangle to promote cleaner technologies, and now two more companies have joined the effort. The newest members of the Cluster are North Carolina Electric Membership Corp. (NCEMC) and ElectriCities of North Carolina.

  • Raleigh drivers get a break from lane closures

    A major road construction project called 'Fortify' is underway in the Raleigh area, bringing with it a number of anticipated road closures and detours. However the closures scheduled for today have been postponed.