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News across North Carolina for February 17, 2015

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News Across North Carolina for February 17, 2015

Natty Greene’s name will still get to be Natty Greene’s.

This lot currently hosts an abandoned bus. By summer, it could be a beer garden.

One hundred people slept at this Greensboro homeless shelter last night.

More on how the UNC Board of Governors may cut down the research centers in the university system.

Bloomberg examines what’s going on with the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte.

The Piedmont Triad Partnership now has a permanent CEO and president, the same one who was holding the position in the interim.

Farm animals in Buncombe County are not exempt from the new animal welfare rules enacted recently.

This leaking dam could cost the city of Statesville $130,000.

This mock trial took legislators to task for not allowing Medicaid expansion in the state.

This Wilmington neighborhood has achieved historic status.

Why there aren’t streets named after these two famous folks who have Wilmington ties.

Carolina Beach first responders now have special equipment for rescuing animals.

Cumberland County voted to support incentives for the proposed Sanderson Farms plant, but Robeson County is also prepared to offer incentives for the plant.

The Root profiles last Saturday’s Moral March in Raleigh.

Raleigh’s police chief is calling for more officers for his growing city.

Staffers working at the General Assembly for the speaker of the house are getting a raise.

Sixty percent of state corporate incentive deals have failed, according to a new report.

And finally, the bald eagle population is growing fast in the Triangle.

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