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What You Need to Know about North Carolina for December 15, 2014

Happy Monday! Here’s your news:

News Across North Carolina for December 15


Downtown Greensboro, Inc. has a new director of operations.

Oak Hollow Mall in High Point is still hanging on.

The journey of your North Carolina grown Christmas tree.

Greensboro’s new downtown business security ordinances go into effect on Tuesday.

The complicated owning/leasing/spacing arrangements of Asheville’s Grove Arcade.

A re-evaluation of several Mecklenburg County properties causes some property owners to get un-expected back tax bills.

Discovery Place, the uptown Charlotte science museum, has cut admissions down to $1.

Woodpeckers now have more land to be themselves near Fort Bragg.

The school superintendent that oversaw integration in New Hanover County has died at the age of 90.

Wake County Schools is facing a shortfall of state money due to enrolling 1,000 students less than they expected.

And finally, the Durham County Commissioners will convene to work on a plan with the Durham Public Schools to renovate and operate an older school building as senior housing and a preschool.

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