Welcome to June folks! It’s coming up on my last full month as a North Carolinian. And again, my plan is to continue to be right here with you every weekday, pending no holidays or technical difficulties. Plus, you never really stop caring about your home state and for a news junkie like me, I’m always going to make time for the news. Thanks for making time for the news with me. Here’s what you need to know of it, for this first day of June:
Greensboro’s fire chief will retire.
In the midst of all the newer, higher-end stuff near the campus of N.C. State University, a pay-what-you-can restaurant is coming.
Today is the day you can finally drive the entire loop of Charlotte’s I-485.
Suspensions are down in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.
The new Mason Inlet down on the Outer Banks should work well, but it has yet to be tested by a major storm.
The life of poll workers in Southeastern North Carolina.
And finally, this popular degree program at N.C. Central University is not getting eliminated, just shifted into a different department.