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News across North Carolina for February 5, 2015

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News Across North Carolina for February 5, 2015

What the governor had to say in last night’s State of the State address. The official response.

A nudge to Raleigh city leaders to be bold in their planning.

People who’ve moved away, but still have love, for the Triad area.

Both the Greensboro and Hamlet train stations were honored as one of the 20 Grandest Amtrak Stations by travel website Skift.

A bill filed in the N.C. House could reduce the number of members of the Greensboro City Council.

A dean at UNC Greensboro will step down.

The State Board of Education has created guidelines for charter schools.

Also getting a new Krispy Kreme, Clemmons.

Davie County’s commissioners will hold off making a decision on fixing a major sewage problem in the county.

The first spending bill of the General Assembly session has made it through the state senate.

The latest on the Randolph County industrial megasite.

The Buncombe County School Board may require background checks for future members.

People have rallied around saving this broken-down house near a school in Asheville.

The push for Medicaid expansion in the state has began again. This group is helping LGBT North Carolinians get signed up on the federal health exchange.

The City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County will give incentives to Frito-Lay to build a new plant. This company won’t take incentives after all.

Charlotte-Douglass Airport will add a fourth runway and new passenger gates.

Another day, another Charlotte apartment complex proposed.

The state has approved the petition to get rid of the New Hanover County elections director.

This popular park in Brunswick County will re-open in the spring.

This architect born in Wilmington will be honored with one of this year’s Black history postage stamps.

Hoke County officials are in no rush to name a new county manager.

As it stands, the Cat’s Cradle may not be part of the new Carborro Arts Center.

Wake County School’s superintendent gave his annual state of the schools speech yesterday.

There are more alligators on the coast, but they are still endangered.

The latest on what will be the tallest building in downtown Durham and related renovations to other buildings around it.

As light rail in Durham and Chapel Hill comes closer to being reality, city planners are dealing with how to zone the land around proposed stations.

And finally,what’s going on with all the former Pizza Huts of the pitched roof era in Raleigh.


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