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What You Need to Know About North Carolina for July 3, 2014

Just the news today. No news tomorrow. We will pretend that all we did was celebrate America and nothing major happened.

News Across NC July 3 2014

Rents in Raleigh are going up thanks to all the companies and investments, however real wages are not going up as much.

Raleigh has also been found to be one of the countries least stressed cities over all, and for money and family, by CNN Money.

Family Dollar will close some stores.

DMV and elections officials are struggling with the first wave of voting reform changes.

Unlike other states, the medicinal hemp law will only help people who sign up for clinical trials.

The town of Leland has to revise their parking rules, after residents state they are unhappy with the changes.

A new hotel is planned for Asheville’s Westgate Shopping Center.

The latest on the coal ash bill in the General Assembly. The final version has yet to be passed by either house or signed by the Governor.

The City of Asheville will spend about $800,000 on athletic facility improvements.

Greensboro’s police chief is retiring.

The Scrap Exchange in Durham will move to a new permanent space and expand.

And finally, NC State University’s Hunt Library will serve as an innovation model for the New York Public Library.



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