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Today at the General Assembly, a House bill to make community college free for students with good grades and a House Bill to combat food deserts and this Fayetteville commission was shrunk from sixteen to ten members in the State Senate.
Brunswick County government has dropped spouses from health plans.
The Greensboro City Council has called for a referendum to let voters decide how long they want council term limits to be.
Some history around how NC A&T and N.C. State, along with other land-grant schools around the country, were established.
These are your new members of the UNC System Board.
Mecklenburg County’s now enforcing their smoking ban.
Buncombe County has purchased their own “megasite.”
Concerns rising with a new Duke Energy power plant in Asheville, which will be placed next to an elementary school.
Charlotte-area economic developers are calling for more manufacturing operations in the region.
The Charlotte Ritz-Carlton is now saying the surcharge levied during the CIAA Tournament went directly to their servers as gratuity.
Carolina Beach will build an operations center to allow more room for storage and city employee operations.
Public school teacher pay is still below the national average.
Carrboro’s aldermen have backed a single fee for recycling and Apex has rezoned several acres of land for a mixed-use project.
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