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What You Need to Know about North Carolina for October 23, 2014

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News Across North Carolina for October 23

You know about this academic scandal. However, are you aware of this one and the latest wrinkle in it. And what this campus is ending.

You can make cigarettes at Reynolds American, however, you can no longer smoke them there.

Speaking of Reynolds, the merged company that will result between it and Greensboro’s Lorillard (and a couple other tobacco companies), will be headquartered in Greensboro.

The City of Greensboro will weigh 20 economic development proposals, one of which could be funded by money granted by a national group.

The irony of urbanism, that the High Point Furniture Market creates.

You probably don’t think about cabs operating in Greensboro and being regulated, but they are and they will be by the Greensboro police today.

There will be 11 insurers available to purchase health insurance from off of the federal exchange for 2015.

Buncombe County’s tourism board has awarded a total of 4.8 million to 5 different tourism projects.

This could be the next Asheville brewery.

Bald Head Island has become the first of four coastal areas that are wanting to build a new erosion-control feature to get a permit from the state.

Wilmington was voted the Best American Riverfront in the country, in a USA Today poll.

And finally, this farm in Durham grows things year-round and pays living wages.

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