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What You Need to Know about North Carolina for November 10, 2014

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News Across North Carolina for November 10, 2014

What the two new Triad area residents and US Representatives on the left and right are looking forward to as they begin their time on the House floor.

You may have seen over the weekend that the Triad (specifically Greensboro and High Point) have been named as having the best rush hour commute.

Alamance County officials will meet to appoint a new judge to replace one who was elected to the Superior Court last week.

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools’ superintendent reflects on her first year on the job.

The Forsyth County Commissioners meet tonight and will vote on continued funding for a domestic violence program and continuing renovations for the Forsyth County Public Safety Center.

And this new domestic violence organization seeks to help women before, during and after proceedings in the justice system or to avoid it all together.

Winston-Salem officials, musicians and other residents discuss bringing street busking to Winston-Salem.

Forsyth County’s library design will be revealed soon.

How Goodwill stores in the Asheville area are making an impact on their residents and customers.

The latest news floating around on the #AVLNews hashtag.

The struggles associated with first-time home buying in Buncombe County.

Where is the money going for school vouchers?

Charlotte’s PBS station is losing money, but continuing operations, hoping to be back in the black by 2018.

More local ties for the newly nominated US Attorney General.

Several small earthquakes hit the state over the weekend.

A Winthrop University biologist has discovered a new monkey species.

Chatter continues around the circumstances of the former Charlotte-Mecklenburg County Schools superintendent’s resignation.

Some new ferry stops have been proposed along the Cape Fear River and Intercostal Waterway.

People in the Carolina Sands community were surprised to find their bike path moved recently.

New Hanover County will add a skate park to their Ogden Park.

The Sanderson Farms chicken plant is back on the agenda for Fayetteville officials to debate about.

Meanwhile, the House of Raeford cook plant will be closing, on a yet to be specified date.

Fayetteville officials cannot agree on what the new logo should be for its public works commission.

Durham County Schools may move up school start times.

And finally, some folks who didn’t attend the NCSU and NCCU homecomings this weekend, went to a cheese festival in Durham.

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