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What You Need to Know About North Carolina for July 24, 2014

Back in NC, just in time to give you your daily dose of news.

News Across North Carolina for July 24


Greensboro’s police chief is now Greenville, SC’s police chief.

The Greensboro Science Center is set to launch a multi-million dollar expansion.

Triad City Beat asks, who can lead High Point (as their next mayor).

The Houston School District is still looking for North Carolina teachers.

Several Greensboro City Council members are upset with some of the people who won a contract to do building code enforcement.

Farm Aid is coming to Raleigh this fall.

We aren’t out of the woods with the sales tax changes yet This is the latest version from the Senate.

The federal department of Health and Human Services has granted Western Carolina University 1 million to help train more rural Western NC nurses.

More people are getting arrested for panhandling in Asheville.

And more running stores are opening up in Asheville as well.

NC State University has been named a top innovation and economic development university by the Association of Public and Land Grant Universities.

The Panthers will be doing future renovations without public tax dollars.

One of the Charlotte area’s first black teachers at a traditionally white school has died at the age of 92.

Fayetteville is seeing a lot more growth in the Ramsey Street/401 area.

The head of the Robeson County Housing Authority has been suspended.

Just exactly how that dinosaur was stolen from the Natural Sciences Museum.

How to get more open space in Durham…

while also calling for less signs.

And finally, the Fayetteville red light camera regulations bill has passed through the NC Senate.

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