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What You Need to Know about North Carolina for July 28, 2014

After a week on the road, back to HQ, with plenty of news.

News Across North Carolina for July 28 2014

There are now people who want to frack in Durham.

The city of Greensboro will close down Heritage House, the troubled condo complex, on July 30.

Raleigh officials hope this street reconfiguration will revive a dead area in the downtown.

New, but built in a 1920’s style hotel to open in Cary.

The welfare drug testing mandate from the General Assembly could be put on hold.

A planned community in Wendell near Raleigh already has its clubhouse.

RDU is 60th, but cheapest in the state for flights, according to Cheap Flights.com.

More on Winston-Salem’s new Texas Pete festival.

Walking in Greensboro can be hazardous.

Greensboro’s new Belk home store opened Friday.

National leaders concerned about human-rights violations of major American and British manufacturers and suppliers will visit several farm and manufacturing operations throughout the state.

Mecklenburg County is changing how it will handle building permits.

An analysis of the effect of the changes to North Carolina unemployment benefits.

A semi-secret effort in Charlotte to fund major arts organizations has raised 45 million dollars.

The Carolina Beach boardwalk project continues to be held up by resident concerns.

Cape Fear region lawmakers are working on building more influence in Raleigh.

What if Durham had an outdoor amphitheater?

And finally, we are closer to a state budget.

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