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The News & Observer
The News & Observer serves Raleigh and rest of the Triangle through its award-winning regional newspaper as well as 10 community publications. Every day, readers catch up on local news, relevant national news, entertainment, sports, and business. Learn about restaurant openings in the Dining section, or get the latest on North Carolina State’s, Duke’s, and the University of North Carolina’s basketball, football, and foosball teams in the Sports section. The News & Observer’s writers are devoted to crisp, clear journalism that targets both national and local issues. In 1995, the paper earned the Pulitzer Prize Gold Medal for Public Service for an investigation into the effects of commercial hog farming on the region’s economy and environment.