On June 13, e-scooters hit the streets of downtown thanks to a new
permit passed by the city’s Transportation Department. Four e-scooter
companies were permitted to release up to 200 e-scooters each (800 total) initially, which can be used by anyone 16 years old or older.
ON THE MOVE
Dr. Ingrid Luo-Tseng moved her physical rehabilitation practice to 6208 Old Fayetteville Rd., Ste. 106. She specializes in lidocaine trigger point
injections for pain management and is accepting new patients and select
Bringing hope and healing to families, and building a healthy tomorrow for our children.
Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Watson has moved its office to 3917 University Dr. The office will be led by Gina Crouse, who has worked in Triangle real estate for 14 years.
Home decor e-commerce site Wayfair will launch the Wayfair Decor &
Inspiration Shop at The Streets at Southpoint on Aug. 1. Through Oct. 31, customers will be able to shop hundreds of products and walk away with items same-day.
PHOTO BY ERIC ATKINSON
IN OUR SCHOOLS
The Emily Krzyzewski Center hosted its annual May March event May 22 to celebrate students from the Center’s K to College programs. It honored
230 students from first through 12th grade, including 34 graduating seniors – the Center’s largest-ever graduating class – who collectively received 192 acceptances to 70 colleges and earned more than $2.3 million in award
Men’s Basketball Coach, Mike Krzyzewski.
money. The keynote address was given by the Center’s founder and Duke Carolina Friends School’s
Director of Extended Learning Anthony L. Clay visited
schools in Zhuhai, China, in
May. Anthony’s visits to Huafa Education Group schools in
Zhuhai are a part of a growing partnership for CFS with the south China schools.