≡ Menu

What You Need to Know about North Carolina for November 24, 2014

Are you cold? Are you feeling icky like yesterday’s rain? Do you have a case of the Monday’s? I hope not. Let’s get you some news so you can at least learn on this last Monday in November.

News Across North Carolina for November 24, 2014

The next set of Forsyth County commissioners will decide what their prayer policy will be.

A state senator is questioning how money is flowing with the state DHHS.

Greensboro’s downtown is now a bit brighter.

Rep. Howard Coble says goodbye to Congress.

A building that used to host a popular Winston-Salem cafeteria will soon be a restaurant again, after overcoming a few challenges.

Meet your new speaker of the NC house.

Over 250 weapons were collected at a Fayetteville gun buyback.

The Attorney General wants to put cameras on school buses to enforce laws on passing a stopped school bus.

Asheville has had its best tourism month ever.

The debate continues over the cost and physical waste savings that a new proposal for Charlotte garbage could create.

A Mecklenburg County task force will spend 2015 meeting to determine solutions to the region’s poverty.

This renovated school on Topsail Island has won an award for its preservation.

Harnett Health System hopes that partnering with Cape Fear Valley health will help with its finances.

The mayor of the town of Spring Lake is calling for more mental health resources.

Fayetteville City Council members want an audit of the PWC’s software upgrade.

There’s been a boom of historical renovations and preservations as the historic tax credit is soon to sunset.

There are a number of people who have been cheated out of wages that the NC Department of Labor can’t help.

One new worry from fracking, road damage.

And finally, several coffee makers from across the east coast came to show off their skills in Durham this past weekend.

{ 0 comments… add one }

Leave a Comment