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Joseph Holloway


Raleigh, NC, United States

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Recent articles by Joseph:

Committee hears how NC law lowering when teens can be tried as adults changes lives

We’re getting an update from state leaders on how a law is changing the lives of many North Carolinians. → Read More

Power outage hits Moore County business hard as holiday shopping season starts

SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. — The power outage in Moore County is taking a toll on shops hoping for a holiday season financial boost. “R. Riveter” handbag store has been shut down all week because of the outage. Store manager Rachel Schalin said she was expecting the holiday season to help make up for some of […] → Read More

What you need to know for the best deals on ‘Travel Deal Tuesday’

Tuesday is “Travel Deal Tuesday,” where you’ll find major discounts for flights, hotels and other travel expenses. → Read More

Safety concerns grow after shootings at popular area shopping spots

Two shootings at popular shopping spots in the area have some people concerned about their safety. → Read More

For some shoppers in Raleigh, Black Friday is a yearly tradition to find great deals

RALEIGH, N.C. — Millions of shoppers are spending their Black Friday looking for the best deals. A lot of Black Friday shoppers in Raleigh had to deal with rain as they got out the door in the morning. A CBS 17 crew saw about two dozen shoppers quickly gather outside the door to Best Buy […] → Read More

Raleigh nonprofit delivers 1,200 Thanksgiving meals

The Raleigh Rescue Mission delivered 1,200 Thanksgiving meals to senior citizens. → Read More

Here’s how Wake County families in need can get free over-the-counter medicine Saturday

It comes as doctors expect a spike in RSV, flu and COVID cases after Thanksgiving. → Read More

Wake Co. Public Schools launches tutoring initiative

Wake County Public Schools is officially launching its new tutoring initiative aimed at helping students in low-performing schools. → Read More

Wake Co. School Board to vote on reassignment plan

The Wake County School Board is set to vote on a reassignment plan that could change where students go to school next year. → Read More

New airline coming to RDU in mid-February: Here’s where it will fly

Raleigh-Durham International Airport is adding its fourth airline this year. → Read More

'Operation Gratitude' stops into Erwin, offers chance to give back to first responders

The nonprofit “Operation Gratitude” travels the country creating care packages for first responders and servicemembers. They’re spending part of this week in Erwin. → Read More

Durham Tech expansion plans include health care center

Voters passed a $112.7 million bond referendum that will pay for new life sciences and health care buildings on campus. → Read More

RDU adding more Florida routes, new base for Avelo Airlines coming in early 2023

New flights and dozens of new jobs are coming to RDU. → Read More

Hearing for Wake Co. school reassignment proposal happening today

Wake County parents can weigh on a proposal that would move some Wake County students to different schools as soon as next year. → Read More

High voter turnout continues on Election Day in Raleigh

High voter turnout continued into Election Day as polling places in Raleigh saw steady and frequent traffic to start the day. → Read More

Business conference aims to empower more women in board rooms

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — More than 700 women spent their Monday at the N.C. Chamber’s Women’s Business Conference. “One of our big goals is to make sure women have the ability and understand their talents and are able to reach those upper echelons of management and corporations,” said Emmy Boyette with the organization. On Tuesday, […] → Read More

City of Oaks Marathon sees big turnout, hopes to see more participants in the coming years

It was an early start for the roughly 6,000 runners and walkers taking part in Sunday’s “City of Oaks Marathon.” → Read More

First responders take to the water to raise money for Wayne Co. Deputy’s family

A group of first responders are using a days-long kayak trip to raise money for the family of a Wayne County deputy who was shot and killed during a standoff over the summer. → Read More

Chapel Hill readies for ‘Halloween on Franklin Street’; thousands expected

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Thousands of people are expected to flood Franklin Street for Halloween and town officials are ready for it. A town spokesperson tells CBS 17 they’d see upwards of 15,000 people turning out for “Halloween on Franklin Street” before the pandemic. Those numbers were much smaller last year as COVID-19 restrictions were […] → Read More

Huntington’s Disease walk in Durham hopes to find cure

The HDSA hosted this year’s “North Carolina Team Hope Walk” at Lowe’s Grove Middle School in Durham. → Read More