Apr 3, 2024 - News

The Tea: LeVelle Moton's affordable housing project

Illustration of a spilled teacup with tea spilling out, and "The Tea" written in the the spilled liquid.

Illustration: Allie Carl/Axios

🏘️ N.C. Central basketball coach LeVelle Moton's development company Raleigh Raised has secured $8.3 million to begin construction on 18 affordable homes at 907 E. Lane St. in Raleigh. (News & Observer 🔒)

🚨 N.C. Central's campus was put into lockdown last night after one person was shot in a residence hall. The lockdown has since been lifted. (WRAL)

🏨 Raleigh hotels top $500 a night for Dreamville and the Final Four weekend. (Triangle Business Journal 🔒)

🏀 N.C. State fans swarmed a northeast Raleigh Applebee's on Monday, where Wolfpack players DJ Burns Jr. and DJ Horne were making an appearance. (X)

💰 DJ Burns Jr. and other N.C. State players are cashing in on NIL deals ahead of the Final Four. (WRAL)

📚 Liberation Station, a Black-owned children's bookstore, is moving from its downtown Raleigh location after a year, citing threats. (CBS17)


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