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What You Need to Know about North Carolina for December 10, 2014

It’s Wednesday and the sun has decided to join us, for today’s reading of the news:

News Across North Carolina for December 9


High Point Regional Medical Center is no longer a trauma center.

Just three years ago Rashad Young was city manager of Greensboro. Now he’s the city administrator of DC.

Greensboro arts leaders will welcome several outside arts leaders to help with evaluating areas of downtown that could be enhanced by public art.

UNCG’s accreditation has been renewed.

Several members of the Guilford County legislative delegation support stricter EPA rules on carbon.

Meet the new leader of the Winston-Salem Forsyth County School Board.

While gas will average just over two and a half bucks next year, and unemployment is down, the hiring outlook itself is stagnant.

How all those Western North Carolina breweries are making a name for themselves.

Outside attorneys were hired in the Charlotte Fire Department case and called for in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools case.

Cumberland County’s first female judge has retired.

The new Fayetteville transit center will break ground next month.

Oak Island is considering adding paid parking.

The State Board of Elections has dismissed a protest from New Hanover County.

The NC Wildlife Commission is looking into complaints that they’ve been too protective of certain animals.

Duke Energy has received federal approval to buy back several power plants in Eastern North Carolina that had fallen into disarray.


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