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Greensboro’s Elsewhere gets more attention for its work throughout the community.
There’s already a new chancellor at UNC-Greensboro, but this person will only serve until June 30th, when a permanent chancellor will be named.
At the General Assembly: the bill to change the distribution of sales taxes moves further in the Senate, a House bill for funding for sports programs for the disabled, and a House committee vote on a change in right-of-way value for NC DOT projects.
Greensboro’s “little lot that could,” the Hobbs-Friendly corner, gets a new plan, with care taken for neighborhood concerns. The same developer has pulled plans for a Wilmington-area rezoning for a shopping center, to re-assess its plans there.
Forsyth Tech now has a radio station.
The City of Winston-Salem hopes to make money by selling this parking deck.
The Forsyth County Commissioners are ready to give incentives to the Whitaker Park revitalization project, which already has two companies interested in moving in and support from the City of Winston-Salem and a foundation.
The State DOT has consolidated operations in Rockingham County into one office.
What’s the real name of this Asheville-area lake?
The City of Charlotte may re-consider subsidies to developers who build at light rail stations.
Charlotte’s flagship YMCA is planning a major renovation.
A new waste-to-energy plant is under construction in Charlotte.
How property taxes could go up in Wilmington.
Cumberland County’s yearly survey of homeless people found the same number of people homeless this year as there were last year.
Durham leaders met yesterday to discuss its growing downtown.
And finally, how our long-leaf pine trees are valuable.
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