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News across North Carolina for February 12, 2015

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News Across North Carolina for February 12, 2015

This Raleigh downtown developer is moving out of the downtown area, complaining about noise and other activities, many that he may have started.

More on the issues surrounding the potential loss of Carrboro’s Cat’s Cradle music venue.

People on both sides of the aisle have started shopping for potential new candidates for the proposed Greensboro City Council districts.

Dean Smith memorials have made it to the floor of the General Assembly.

Forsyth County will close the two middle schools that are sitting on toxic ground by March 2nd.

Could there be any good uses for coal ash?

The Asheville Downtown Association has created its first downtown strategic plan.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg’s school superintendent honored that district’s bus drivers.

UNC Charlotte is seeking funds for another science building. Guilford College has received $500,000 for this building.

North Carolina has 23,000 “green” jobs according to this report.

The State Ports Authority is selling off the Southport Marina and other properties.

Sanderson Farms could be looking at Robeson County instead.

Wake County Schools have postponed a decision on moving an elementary school. In Guilford County, school board members discussed the high numbers of suspensions of Black disabled students in the system.

The state has spent $100,000 to date to fight marriage equality.

This NC House bill would stop the naming of state highways after politicians.

The General Assembly is also taking a lot at equity crowdfunding, the big kind that would add the concept to real estate deals in the state.

And finally, the area around this popular Raleigh bar could be redeveloped.

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