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The report gave low marks to sevreal well-known companies such as Walmart, Costco, Tapestry, G-III Apparel Group, REI Co-op, Columbia Sportswear, Wolverine Worldwide and Academy Sports and Outdoors.
Mark Bergin, WRAL senior multiplatform producer
A survey of Durham residents and visitors, conducted by Downtown Durham Inc., showed more than 80% of respondents support using parking spaces for things other than parking.
Sydney Franklin, WRAL multplatform producer
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says for the first time since 2004, they have reports of at least nine mosquito and tick-borne diseases.
In the Raleigh metro area, RV dealers are generating annual sales of $81 million, according to Outdoorsy.
Kathy Hanrahan, Out and About editor
Raleigh City Council recently approved an extension of outdoor dining through Oct. 30. In weighing whether to make that change permanent, both Raleigh and Durham must consider the impact on parking. Any table in the street takes away a parking space.
Leslie Moreno, WRAL reporter
Durham City Council will vote on possibly extending an outdoor dining ordiance past June 30. The ordiance was considered 'a lifeline' for some restaurants and businesses in downtown Durham.
There's a new way to enjoy the water at Falls Lake and Jordan Lake. Find out how you can enjoy all the fun of owning a boat with none of the hassle!
Durham's city council will vote May 6 on whether to extend outdoor dining through Oct. 31.
Unscripted Hotel has redone its popular rooftop in Durham especially for social distance. Small groups can gather inside an 'igloo' to stay safe. The hotel hopes the winter wonderland experience will draw customers during the winter months.
Treat for bugs and remove standing water to keep pests from winning your tailgate.
A relaxing float down the river is a perfect solution to the dog days of summer! Get outside and explore with kayaking, canoeing, tubing and paddleboarding on the Cape Fear River in Lillington.
Before a hurricane hits, homeowners should remove loose items from their property that high winds can turn into projectiles.