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News across North Carolina for February 11, 2015

No hump jokes for today, just your Wednesday set of news:

News Across North Carolina for February 11, 2015

Another deep dive on the finances of International Civil Rights Museum and Center. Another new restaurant coming to Downtown Greensboro.

Part of the General Assembly’s website went down yesterday morning.

The Guilford County General Assembly delegation meeting won’t just be about the proposed Greensboro City Council districts.

UNC Hospitals may have overcharged the Medicare system.

Belk will serve as the title sponsor for the National Folk Festival coming up in Greensboro.

A coalition of leaders and the faith community in Greensboro will host a form on police accountability next week. Asheville is asking its citizens what it wants in its police force.

The City of Charlotte has decided to not make lobbyists register with the city.

Whole Foods is coming to uptown Charlotte.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg’s school board has appointed its newest member.

The next school in New Hanover County will be named based on geography.

New Hanover County elections officials are waiting for the state to approve their choice for their next elections board director.

Fayetteville leaders have lowered the speed limit on this stretch of a heavily traveled road, but there’s concern that people will still drive too fast through the area.

Cumberland County is hiring more social workers.

One of Winston-Salem’s first black officers has died.

Forsyth County and the City of Winston-Salem are being asked to donate $8 million worth of infrastructure work for the revamping of this old RJ Reynolds plant. This property is coming before their City-County Planning Board.

Asheville may start destroying police videos of mass demonstrations after 30 days. They may also institute background checks on potential school board members.

North Carolina construction companies want more trained workers.

Gallons of heating oil have gone missing at this school in Stokes County, in the northwestern Piedmont.

The director of the SEANC, who was questioned for his financial stewardship, has resigned.

Durham County will renovate their old courthouse for county and state offices.

Raleigh’s mayor is officially running for re-election.

And finally vote for your favorite greenway, in this year’s APA NC Great Places in North Carolina contest.

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