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News across North Carolina for February 27, 2015

Happy Friday! I’ve shared quite a few snow photos, but I’ve saved this one for you guys. A cardinal. Still here and enjoying the snow in his own special way. I hope you do the same and also enjoy your weekend. See you in March!


News Across North Carolina for February 27, 2015

North Carolina native and Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch has made it through the Senate Judiciary Committee. She will not have the support in the full Senate of her home state senators though.

This popular downtown Greensboro bakery’s expansion will start as soon as next week.

The State Employees Credit Union Foundation and Habitat for Humanity are partnering to build or renovate one house in all 100 counties over the next three years.

Davie County’s head of emergency communications is retiring after 38 years.

Tuition raises are also on the agenda of the UNC Board of Governors.

How New Hanover County created its long-term planning maps and the public review process.

A scandal is brewing in New Hanover County’s DSS office.

A scientific study on how hog waste is contaminating waters near the state’s hog farms.

Some state senators plan to make changes in the governor’s proposed job incentive plan, currently making its way through the state senate.

A profile of a prominent Asheville downtown developer.

Six-hundred solar-powered, credit-card accepting parking meters are coming to areas near Uptown Charlotte.

A new nature preserve is set to open in eastern Wake County.

The federal net neutrality law may force a re-write of the state’s laws against cities building their own wireless networks.

And finally, this mural depicting the history of Durham’s Hayti neighborhood will be repainted in a more prominent place.


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