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News across North Carolina for January 14, 2015

Try not to slip and slide today folks! Maybe take a travel delay and check out what’s in the news:

News Across North Carolina for January 14, 2015

The City of Greensboro is owed over $4 million for unpaid fines.

This is what needs to happen before the Dorothea Dix property in Raleigh can actually become a park.

No county in North Carolina has fully recovered from the recession.

A Greensboro church will build a new sanctuary just outside of downtown.

The Guilford County School Board discussed its recent budget audit, among other issues at its Tuesday evening meeting. What happened last night at the Winston-Salem/Forsyth School Board meeting.

Greensboro has released its annual state of the city report.

The NC Zoo will improve the gorilla exhibit and add more gorillas.

BlueRidge BioFuels expands, as the biofuel industry nationwide slows down.

Asheville has been named the second-best startup city in the country.

Asheville City Schools wants to delay the statewide grading scale change.

The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is accepting public comment through Friday on the management of seven of its 20 game lands. One of the items on the table is the addition of off-road biking to the game lands.

The legal council for Charlotte-Mecklenburg County Schools has accused a school board member of trying to undermine him.

The Mecklenburg County legislative delegation may be turning to other regional members for help to advance their goals in this new session of the General Assembly.

The mayor of Charlotte pushed for transit funding in his state of the city address on Tuesday.

The Mecklenburg County Department of Social Services has been stabilized by its director, who came on board 18 months ago to a disorganized and troubled department.

Mecklenburg County’s assistant county manager is stepping down.

Several personnel changes are happening in the state’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources.

Brunswick County may raise property tax rates.

Wilmington’s Independence Mall has been appraised lower than an outstanding loan against the majority of the building.

Sanderson Farms has withdrawn their proposal for a new chicken processing factory in Fayetteville.

The state’s public school superintendents have released a comprehensive policy agenda.

A sand-clogged inlet is causing issues for large haul shippers at the state port in Morehead City.

The state DOT is charging what some organizations see as exorbitant fees to obtain public records of DOT projects.

Major changes have come in the alignment of the Durham-Orange light rail corridor.

And finally, a PBS documentary explores the rise and the fall of the KKK in North Carolina.

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