Another just the news day. Boxes and packing…you know.
For those of you who are also railfans, that refurbished steam engine, the one that looks sort of new, is coming back to the NC Transportation Museum next weekend, June 20-21.
The hard stats from the Durham Police Department’s analysis of traffic stops during 2014.
The magistrate opt-out bill still hasn’t been scheduled for a vote in the House. Meanwhile, an informal poll of the 100 registers of deeds offices show that they are split on their support of the bill.
A new version of the Green Book, once known as a resource for African-Americans during segregation, is now a resource for Greensboro homeless and others looking for places to eat for free. The leader of a Wilmington food bank has won the Governor’s Medallion, the highest award statewide for volunteer service.
Meanwhile, homelessness is on the rise in Asheville.
The Asheville City Council has approved a 7-year plan to increase the numbers of affordable housing.
Passenger numbers at the Charlotte airport are steady.
Struggles continue at the Fayetteville home for women veterans built by the show Extreme Makeover:Home Edition.
Raleigh’s outdoor patios might not be going away after all.
The governor could sign a bill today that releases counties from honoring any aesthetic considerations from developers of buildings.
Cary’s police chief, its first female one, is retiring.
The plans for the new Carrboro Arts Center have been scrapped. There is still an effort to revamp the center though.
And finally, I am honored to be included in the Triad City Beat’s summer reading guide.