Cat George

Cat George

Senior City Editor, RALtoday

Catherine (Cat) is a Chesapeake, VA native who moved to Raleigh, NC in 2017. With a background in journalism, marketing, and PR, she has created digital content for over eight years. When she isn’t writing or journaling, she enjoys spending time with her family, walking her dog Tucker to the NCMA, grabbing lattes from local coffee shops, and connecting with local business owners.

Plan ahead to make the most of the NC Courage and North Carolina FC’s 2024 seasons at WakeMed Soccer Park with fun theme nights.
Can you kick it with these adult sports leagues in Raleigh? From kickball to basketball, there are plenty of ways to play.
Visit Raleigh’s year-end Wake County Tourism Industry Report shows 2023 as the highest recorded year for tourism tax collections.
Explore these dog-friendly businesses in Raleigh that span from places to eat, drink, shop, exercise, and stay the night.
Shop and support small businesses across 6AM City’s 26 markets with our online marketplace Six & Main — that’s where City Editor Cat found Botanical Bones, a superfood dog treat brand out of Asheville.
From old-school hangouts to hip sports bars, we compiled 11 pool halls around Raleigh to rack ‘em up and get your game on, cue in hand.
Head ~40 minutes outside of downtown Raleigh to Fearrington Village for a relaxing countryside getaway filled with fresh bites + elevated restaurants, fun shops, and beautiful landscaping.
Raleigh has been placed highly on multiple publications’ lists that rank it among the top cities in the US for real estate, local business, and more earning the City of Oaks national recognition.
Get in on the action this Super Bowl Sunday with six local watch parties featuring big screens, a chili cook-off, and food + drink specials.
We’re highlighting the best kid-friendly activities that Raleigh has to offer — complete with art classes, animal encounters, and outdoor fun.
Meet in Garner’s White Deer Park for a Groundhog Day Celebration featuring Snerd, NC’s official weather-predicting groundhog.
We are teaming up with The Great Raleigh Cleanup for an Earth Day Extravaganza filled with activities like a yoga flow, sustainable vendors, and a showing of “Wall-E” on Sunday, April 21 in Moore Square.
Chef Ashley Christensen’s Poole’s Diner will take over the neighboring Poole’side Pies space to allow for more guests and to welcome back weekend brunch.
Taylor White, a multidisciplinary Raleigh artist, is turning a portion of her family owned Boylan Heights property into The Yard, a bar, cafe, and off-leash dog park.
From Austin, Texas to Paris, RDU offers more than 60 nonstop flights, with even more landing soon in 2024 — start planning your next trip.
The 2024 James Beard Award semifinalists were announced with Ajja, Crawford and Son, Preeti Waas, and Bittersweet all earning recognition.
The old Raleigh Police Department headquarters is being replaced with a new city hall called East Civic Tower, where city staff will be consolidated under one roof.
Cast your vote on your favorite 2023 photos submitted by readers for RALtoday’s Picture of the Year contest.
Mark these important dates on your calendar and familiarize yourself with voting guidelines for the 2024 primary election.
We want to help support you in being the hostess with the mostess during the 2024 Super Bowl — keep reading for where to order ahead from for the big game.
Located between the Oakwood and Mordecai neighborhoods, locally owned restaurant Standard Beer and Food will open its second location in the North Hills Innovation District.
The Good Food Awards celebrate the country’s leading food and drink crafters — 10 products from the Triangle made the list of finalists.
Find a volunteer opportunity during Activate Good’s annual Dignity Week from Friday, Jan. 12 to Saturday, Jan. 20 and beyond to help better our community.
Candlelight Concerts lets people experience famous tunes in a unique new way, surrounded by flickering candles and talented musicians.
With plans for a sportsbook in its future, the Canes acquisition of Backyard Bistro makes for the perfect storm surge ahead of the arena’s $300 million in renovations.
From sporting events and accolades to new bar openings, here is what local news RALtoday missed — from Dec. 22, 2023 to Jan. 1, 2024 — while we were busy celebrating the new year.
Average daily walking trips dropped by 36% in the US between 2019 and 2022 — see how the City of Oaks compares + where to get your steps in.
As we ease into 2024, your City Editors want to ring in the new year by sharing our Raleigh-based new year’s resolutions.
Dive into what articles, newsletters, and social media posts were most loved by our readers in 2023 — thanks to RALwrapped.
Pallbearer Vintage is hosting a winter pop-up residency near Moore Square — don’t miss your chance to visit this curated secondhand goods store which showcases some of the Triangle’s coolest vintage vendors.