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What You Need to Know about North Carolina for July 17, 2014



News Across North Carolina for July 17 2014


Greensboro’s former city attorney has become Monroe’s city attorney.

The governor has now promised to review the traditional system of selecting a poet laureate.

Sanderson Farms may bring a chicken processing plant to Cumberland County.

The State Senate will vote on a bill that would allow counties more leeway to raise sales taxes for specific initiatives. Some counties already have this privilege, but this bill would extend it throughout the state.

A final vote is also expected on the changes to the Common Core school curriculum standards.

The Kauffman Foundation partnered with the organization Thumbtack to survey several small business owners nationwide. This is what they found for North Carolina for 2014.

Ten defining moments in Asheville history.

Ten things to know about the soon to open Charlotte Premium Outlets.

Troubles have risen around the role and presence of the Export-Import Bank.

And finally, a couple stole a dinosaur replica from the NC Museum of Natural History.


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