≡ Menu

What You Need to Know about North Carolina for November 14, 2014

A liitle chilly here today and on the move, so here are a handful of stories that you need to know before the weekend kicks in. Enjoy it and we’ll see you on Monday.

News Across North Carolina for November 14, 2014

One of the pieces that downtown Greensboro leaders hopes will inspire growth: Parklets.

Teachers are testing students in Kindergarten through 3rd grade a bit differently.

Some of the coal ash is going to a couple of clay mines in the state.

So the governor and two former governors have sued the leaders of the General Assembly, over how they appoint members to commissions.

Moral Monday’s not going anywhere anytime soon.

An Asheville firm is part of the largest tech business deal in Western North Carolina history.

The latest on the Charlotte and Brunswick County Superintendent-gates.

What the new Forsyth County central library will look like.

Business 40 in Winston-Salem could be getting noise walls.

Greensboro’s Lewis Street businesses are wanting people to know that the area is safe.

And finally, UNCG and NC A&T are opening up veterans centers on their campuses.

{ 0 comments… add one }

Leave a Comment