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Daily News for 4-22-2014

In the Triad

More GPD officers will be on bikes versus cars in order to get to know neighbors. The Alamance County board of commissioners met last night to determine the new county line between Guilford and Alamance. NC A&T’s nursing program is under suspension. AT&T will be bringing their next gen high speed internet to Greensboro after all. Meet the architects for the Tanger Performing Arts Center. The Guilford County Courthouse is providing lockboxes for personal electronic devices, which cost $0.25 to use.

In the Triangle

Raleigh’s planning department will be holding public hearings for the next downtown plan May 21-22. This is your chance to be a part of Downtown Raleigh’s second renaissance. In addition to something new where Fat Daddy’s was, Enterprise Rent-a-Car will be taking over the old Ragazzi’s spot on Glenwood Avenue, but don’t tell the neighbors that, they are upset. Parents in Wake County are upset about not being included in the decision to change bell schedules for next year. Durham’s Downtown Trust building is under contract.

In Charlotte

Charlotte’s been named on two top cities for millenials list this week. Maybe the new beer growler bar also has something to do with that. However, Charlotte’s considering more restrictions on food trucks, which may reduce their numbers. Mecklenburg County will do stronger audits on campaign finance reports. Neighbors of Charlotte’s new outlet mall express their feelings about the new arrival.

In Asheville and Western NC

Changes in the handling of tax and legal notices could cost the City of Asheville 1.1 million a year. Seven western North Carolina counties have banded together to prevent truancy and provide necessary social services.

In Fayetteville, Wilmington and Eastern NC

The Lumbee Tribe has asked Robeson County for $100,000 for improvements to the North Carolina Indian Cultural Center. New Hanover County is still in the hunt for a trash collection provider. According to the CDC, New Hanover County has a very boozy lifestyle. Brunswick County’s animal outreach coordinator will become a full-time employee of the county. Activity has slowed at the Wilmington Convention Center.


Unemployment has dropped to 2008 levels. Geocatching is under scrutiny.

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