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Thursday, May 16, 2019
Helping Our Community’s Homeless at Oak City Center and Healing Transitions:   Thanks to a generous grant from the WakeMed Foundation and our partnership with RelyMD, WakeMed will soon collaborate with community health partners including Healing Transitions and Oak City Cares to offer telemedicine services (via iPad) to homeless patients with non-emergent medical needs.   Healing Transitions more
Thursday, May 16, 2019
IBM Q  As a leading public research university, North Carolina State Universityrecognized that it wanted to start a program to educate students on quantum computing, but it didn't have the resources to dedicate to build and maintain its own equipment. Last year, NC State announced a partnership with IBM to get early access to the IBM Q commercial quantum computing resources for research more
Tuesday, May 07, 2019
In April 2019, Taradel surveyed a panel of 231 business professionals through an online SurveyMonkey questionnaire. We asked thirteen questions related to small business marketing practices, channel efficacy, and campaign management.What's inside?Learn which marketing channels generate the highest ROIGet the latest data on direct mail performance and usageSee how your business challenges compare more
Categories: Economic, Papers/Research, General News Article, Press Release
Monday, April 29, 2019
Amaya Scoggins - Girl Scout Gold Award Community Service Project in Zebulon Amaya Scoggins, inspired by her little brother Carter (Mangum), designed and is selling these Autism Safety Stickers as part of a fund raising effort to fence in a local playground in Eastern Wake County for autistic children to enjoy safe play as her Girl Scout Gold Award project.The vinyl safety stickers can go on cars more
Categories: Community, Human Interest, Fun Facts
Monday, April 22, 2019
April 2019NCDEQ ash basin closure order expensive and disruptive for customers – Company will appeal  The April 1 order by the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ) to excavate the final nine ash basins would impose a financial burden on our customers and the economy of the Carolinas through the most expensive and disruptive closure option possible, despite that these more
Categories: Community, Member News, General News Article