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What You Need to Know about North Carolina for October 22, 2014

Wednesday. You know what day it is. It’s the day before early voting. Check out our guide here and make sure you are ready. Now onward to the news:

News Across North Carolina for October 22

Nearby residents and others met to discuss and examine plans for the development of the Guilford County Prison Farm.

Appalachian State University will get their early voting site after all.

This is what that former car dealership in Greensboro will look like once it’s redeveloped.

Cracks in the building have forced these two Winston-Salem rec centers to close.

Fans are complaining that the wireless service at Bank of America stadium in Charlotte isn’t strong enough.

The Mecklenburg County Manager has received a pay raise.

Deer are starting to become more prominent on the roads and officials are warning drivers to express caution when driving around them.

Wilmington officials have set into motion a renovation of the historic Thalian Hall.

Wilmington is seeing a new crop of international restaurants pop up.

Wilmington’s City Council also approved a settlement in a police matter dating back to 2012, to keep it from going to a formal lawsuit.

The New Hanover County ABC Board christened their new facilities with a meeting there.

The Secret Service is assisting Fayetteville police with finding the source of a get-out-the-vote flyer that depicted a picture of a lynching in the background.

A little tongue-in-cheek, but true things that are not cool about High Point.

The proposed new Wake County magnet schools have been approved.

A bill will be introduced when the General Assembly comes back into session, to protect those who decide not to issue marriages licenses to same-sex couples statewide.

And finally, public opinion of the police in Durham has dropped over the last year.

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