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What You Need to Know About North Carolina for July 18, 2014

News Across North Carolina for July 18

An additional Greensboro block will be shut down for new development. What the development will look like.

State education voucher money may still be distributed before a final court decision on its legality.

PETA is suing over the possum drop law.

The civil rights museum in Greensboro no longer has a curator.

And the newly minted poet laureate has already resigned.

Greensboro’s version of the Melting Pot will be torn down and replaced with another.

Charlotte Douglas Airport is updating its jet noise maps.

A controversy is brewing over sandwich boards advertising a Charlotte farmer’s market.

Residents of this Asheville street want traffic on it slowed down.

Asheville police is working on providing better community service.

The New Hanover County School Board has taken over its Head Start program.

The new civil rights commemorative mural in Durham is about halfway finished.

And finally, the folks who stole the dinosaur replica from the state Museum of Natural History, turned themselves in.

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