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What You Need to Know about North Carolina for November 21, 2014

Happy Friday! It was a bit chilly for City Market, but here’s a shot of the exterior of the CoLLab.


Working from there today as well. Here’s your news. Happy weekend!


News Across North Carolina for November 21, 2014

The new parking deck at the Charlotte airport opened yesterday, with little fanfare.

The Guilford County Commissioners are split on allowing a long existing company to receive incentives for their new expansion project, but allowed the High Point Food Desert Initiative, a partnership between several organizations, to lease county land for an urban farm.

ArtsGreensboro hopes to raise $1.2 million for 2015 off of the momentum of several arts related events and new performance spaces that will be opening and happening over the next three years.

Bell House closes its doors, but not without a lot of sadness. However, all former residents of the group home for the physically and mentally challenged, have found new homes.

The Forsyth County Board of Elections is still recounting votes. A recount in New Hanover County has ended, with no changes to the election results.

Sectarian prayers are now allowed again at the Forsyth County Commissioners meetings.

Popular downtown Greensboro store Design Archives has opened a second store in Winston-Salem.

Spotlight on a local farm that grows baby ginger and turmeric, which are more rare crops.

More people are building smaller and closer in, but maintaining a sense of luxury in their homes. How that manifests itself in Asheville.

The Mecklenburg County District Attorney will review the policies that allowed the Charlotte-Mecklenburg County Police Department to track cell phone data.

The election for the next speaker of the N.C. House of Representatives will be chosen tomorrow.

Brunswick County has named a new school superintendent.

Tuition and fees for state universities are set to go up again.

Officials have released the new plans for film incentives.

A decision is expected soon from the State Supreme Court on the Racial Justice Act.

The federal Red Wolf Recovery Program that is in place in five eastern North Carolina counties may be overhauled.

The Raleigh City Council has approved new units of affordable housing in Southeast Raleigh.

And finally, the Durham City Council has drafted new roadside memorials and police car take-home policies.

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