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News across North Carolina for January 29, 2015

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News Across North Carolina for January 29, 2015


The world’s largest furniture and design library is right here in High Point.

This Greensboro shopping center is under new ownership.

A former FCC executive has pegged North Carolina as “ground zero” of the fiber market, now that Google is in the field.

There’s a new penguin at the Greensboro Science Center.

The latest on the merger of two of the state’s largest tobacco companies.

One of the first bills filed as the General Assembly returns to session, one on religious freedom.

All the bills that were filed on day one of the General Assembly session.

Moral Monday’s will be back.

Buncombe County could be moving towards no-kill animal shelters.

Attendance at state parks over the past year has broken the previous record.

A Wilmington inn built at the turn of the 20th century as a home for a railroad magnate’s widow is for sale again.

Durham’s Ninth Street is getting a makeover.

UNC Wilmington has a new logo.

Business leaders statewide want more transportation spending, but less taxes

The City of Raleigh is set to purchase the Union Station property from Triangle Transit, but continue to work with the agency to bring commuter rail and other station operations online.

Why some Raleigh residents are wary of AirBnB.

And finally, honest thoughts on the positives and negatives of the three major Triad cities.

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