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What You Need to Know about North Carolina for November 17, 2014

Happy Monday! Make sure you check out these news items:

News Across North Carolina for November 17, 2014

This Greensboro trucking company is running its trucks on natural gas.

There were extra Greensboro police downtown this weekend.

The state Democratic party is now in the hunt for a new chairman.

State Senator Phil Berger’s donor reports are under scrutiny.

A state law put into place by a previous governor and General Assembly has made major changes to the prison system statewide.

Asheville’s police chief will retire. Groups are asking for an overhaul of the whole department before a new chief is hired.

The state is starting work on adding toll lanes to Charlotte’s Independence Boulevard.

A review of the new museum exhibit around Former Governor Jim Martin.

The article explores how many North Carolina small towns are struggling to keep up with the economy.

A museum in Columbus County is using a name change as a springboard for other changes.

The new rail car manufacturer coming to Wilmington insists that incentives were not a factor in their decision to locate there.

This Wake Forest farmer is raising several endangered turkey species.

Raleigh and Cary are looking to improve their railroad tracks before the addition of rail transit to the area.

And finally, Durham the city and Durham the county are looking for more ways to collaborate.



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