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News Across North Carolina for March 23, 2015

It’s really spring! And N.C. State (and Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill) are in the Sweet Sixteen. I’ll be running my readers survey through the end of the week, so tell me what you think of North Carolina Placebook, and now what you are all here for, the news:

News Across North Carolina for March 23, 2015

More on the changes going on throughout the UNC system.

Thoughts on how cuts to state park funds hurt in the wake of the 100th anniversary of N.C. state parks.

This Greensboro News & Record columnist compares and contrasts leadership at the Greensboro Science Museum and the International Civil Rights Center and Museum.

Greensboro’s Urban Loop is compared to I-540 in Wake County and seen as an economic boom in this Greensboro News & Record article.

Not only is the stench of chicken farming evident at Surry County’s Pilot Mountain State Park, homeowners in the area are concerned with the odors from growing operations, along with other environmental issues.

Forsyth County has one of the highest voter wait times in the state.

The plans for the revitalization of the Asheville Riverfront.

According to an outside consultant, the Asheville Police Department’s problems were building over decades.

Charlotte’s City Council will be presented with 27 solutions to increase economic development through the immigrant population at their meeting tonight.

The first all-girls charter school in Wilmington is gaining traction.

Raleigh’s performing arts center is due for a renovation.

And finally, more analysis on North Carolina’s gas tax changes.

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