Another hump day people. Let’s get informed about North Carolina:
Greensboro City Council member Jamal Fox is working with the city to create a college commission, on which actual students from each of Greensboro’ colleges and universities will discuss and debate civic issues.
NC A&T is one of several schools nationwide receiving federal grants to beef up its programs on cybersecurity. UNC Charlotte has also been making strides on cybersecurity issues, partnering with a private firm to develop software.
A man who was severely paralyzed and suffered brain damage after being shipped to a morgue mistakenly ten years ago has received $475,000 from the state.
PART buys land in Greensboro for an expansion of their transit operations.
Winston-Salem leaders delay a vote on a city plaza, Raleigh leaders decide to go forward with changes to one of theirs.
What created Asheville’s low rental vacancy rate.
Buncombe County will spend $48.5 million to expand a county office building.
Victims of the state’s eugenics program are asking state lawmakers to close a loophole that keeps victims from getting their benefits.
Mecklenburg County Commissioners are expected to endorse a rough draft of a comprehensive quality of life plan for the county.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will spend today examining how to better handle employee complaints.
A three month ban on news cameras at the Mecklenburg County Courthouse has been lifted, with a reminder on what people can and can’t do at the courthouse.
Wilmington’s Convention Center is hosting more events.
Several Brunswick County residents are upset that the county moved forward with a park purchase they were not happy about.
Raleigh City Council will continue to discuss the proposed ordinance on AirBnB.
Raleigh’s Union Station will either face a reduction in scope or cost more to build than originally planned.
A feature story on Duke University’s architect, who would have not been allowed to attend the school at the time because he was Black.