≡ Menu

What You Need to Know About North Carolina for July 22, 2015

What You Need to Know About North Carolina for July 22, 2015

Good morning folks! It’s the middle of the week and if things aren’t going so well so far, that could change. Also, just a reminder, Get Around North Carolina, the first travel guide for North Carolina Placebook, won’t be coming out tomorrow. There’s so much I want to put into it, it’s taking even longer to write. But it’s coming. What I do have for today (and tomorrow) is the news:

So drones won’t be coming to the Greensboro Fire and Police Departments, for now.

As of now, Forsyth County, where Winston-Salem is, will only have one early voting office, the actual Board of Elections, this fall.

The Wilmington City Council has voted to oppose offshore drilling.

New Hanover County has a new Board of Elections and in their first meeting, they’ve made a number of regulation changes.

Several Raleigh residents expressed displeasure at the city’s latest re-zoning plan last night.

How the state’s ports will benefit in the proposed budget.

The Durham VA office is moving into the Durham VA hospital, but not closing as previously reported.

Neither Governor McCrory or Attorney General Roy Cooper seem to have released enough public records according to two different groups.

And finally, according to this report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, child well-being in the state is not good and has fallen over past few years.

Stay informed about North Carolina! Get this and other great facts and news about North Carolina in your inbox every weekday by clicking here.

{ 0 comments… add one }

Leave a Comment