Welcome to the Raleigh LocalWiki!

A website about Raleigh that anyone can edit

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This is a collaborative, community-driven effort to share the local info about Raleigh, North Carolina. You are invited to share what you know about the people, places and things in Raleigh - especially the weird, little enjoyable things.

Everyone in Raleigh can edit this website! Just click Edit at the top any page and jump in. Your contributions will help make Raleigh LocalWiki even more useful. Can't find a page on something? Make one! The power is at your fingertips. Visit the about page to get started or just browse around and enjoy.

Civic Issues

Officer Charles Ainsworth

Dorthea Dix Park

E-scooters

Local Media

Newspaper: News and Observer

Radio: 

Online: 

Magazines: Walter MagazineMidtown Magazine

Life in Raleigh

Things to do  Coffee Shops,  Food Tours, Cheap Food, BreweriesGluten Free , Solo Dining 

HistoryHistoric Places, Weather, Geography,

Government City of Raleigh, Mayor Nancy McFarlane, Council, Wake County, Board of Commissioners

Community Neighborhoods, DowntownMidtownCommunity GardensMiscellaneous, Health & Wellness

Outdoors  Outdoor ActivitiesOpen SpacesParksGreenwaysDog activities and places

Art ArtBlogs, Movies Museums MusicPerformancesPets

Food Vegetarian Options, Vegan Options, International Foods, Community Supported AgricultureFood Trucks,

Shopping Bike Shops, Weddings , ClothingDepartment Stores ElectronicsGrocery StoresMiscellaneous Retail, Car Dealers, Home Services, Design

Universities

North Carolina State University, Shaw University,  Meredith CollegeWilliam Peace University

Public Schools

High School: Broughton

Elementary: Washington, Conn

Whether you're new to the area or a native, you have knowledge and perspectives you can share with and learn from your neighbors on LocalWiki. Simply browse the site. If you're interested in getting more involved with the project, brainstorm ideas for content development, or if you'd like to meet the team that's heading up the efforts to build momentum, head on over to the LocalWiki for Raleigh Group on Facebook.