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What You Need to Know about North Carolina for December 29, 2014

Hello folks! I hope you enjoyed your Christmas. I did. As promised on Christmas Day, here we are back again with your daily dose of North Carolina news:

News Across North Carolina for December 29, 2014

Take a look at this proposed property tax rate chart, for the state’s 11 largest cities.

This popular Greensboro movie theater is changing hands.

Learn how the High Point Furniture Market came to be.

Reflections from outgoing Rockingham County Superior Court Judge Rick Stone.

And a Q & A with incoming U.S. Senator Thom Tillis.

This Guilford County-owned building, at one point a nursing home, will soon see the wrecking ball.

The latest on the Asheville Police Department, this time a report questioning the presence of community policing.

Part of a wall at the Asheville Airport collapsed over the weekend.

A subdivision in Black Mountain has won a lawsuit against developers who refused to put in necessary infrastructure.

A profile of Charlotte urbanism advocacy organization Sustain Charlotte and its leader Shannon Binns.

Brunswick County has added more substitute teachers, but needs more bus drivers.

The future of five endangered species that make Southeastern North Carolina their home.

Raleigh architect Steve Schuster has been named Tar Heel of the Year.

And finally, Wake County Schools is studying whether or not schools can run both traditional and year-round schedules on the same campus.


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