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What You Need to Know about North Carolina for November 4, 2014

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News Across North Carolina for November 4, 2014

Elon University will expand and renovate several campus buildings.

The Guilford County Board of Commissioners has approved funds for a new Family Justice Center, which will help victims of domestic violence.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ Superintendent is resigning to better take care of his ailing mother.

Under investigation today: Sen. Hagan’s husband’s former company, UNC Chapel Hill (again)

The Mast General Store is coming to downtown Winston-Salem.

This guy has been appointed to the Superior Court to replace a retiring member.

Questions surround a Duke Energy donation to the state’s new economic development partnership.

Winston-Salem may limit sweepstakes operations.

The employees move out of the Forsyth County Central Library building as it undergoes renovation.

Two people on Forsyth County’s flagged voters list cast ballots.

A new policy regarding religion in the Asheville City Schools has received preliminary approval.

Apparently the bright blue color of this building is causing people to write into the Asheville Citizen-Times for answers.

Charlotte’s Plaza Midwood standout Penguin Drive-In’s management has been evicted.

The City of Charlotte is examining concerns around economic mobility.

A domestic violence organization based in Charlotte, gets its first woman CEO.

Road work has started so this new Wilmington area Walmart can open.

The City of Wilmington has reviewed plans for a new deck on Water Street.

As Pender County prepares to vote on a school bond, the school and county officials are at odds.

A study has identified these new retail opportunities for Brunswick County and New Hanover County has approved these new development options.

The latest in the drama around Charter Day School, Inc.

The Justice Department is monitoring elections in Robeson County.

Fayetteville’s City Council will vote on a road paving policy.

Several Fayetteville residents keep losing power due to a sagging power line.

Negotiations are beginning to repair a dam in Hope Mills.

The questions about elections that will be answered by the end of tonight.

And finally, your dose of cool today, some Durham kids have made their classmate a new 3-D printed prosthetic hand.

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