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What You Need to Know about North Carolina for October 28, 2014

So we are back from our sunny place exodus. And we are ready and willing to give you the news (And don’t forget to get ready to vote):News Across North Carolina for October 28

The dude who’s bought a bunch of land and businesses along Greensboro’s Battleground Avenue. (Subscription needed)

A former Guilford County manager has died.

The Lieutenant Governor is hosting a town hall meeting in Greensboro today.

Winston-Salem’s Belews Street neighborhood now has a street marker recognizing it.

You can now tour urban chicken coops in Durham.

The State Fair is now over and there were no rainy days during its run.

The City of Asheville has ordered a review of their entire police department operations.

Asheville’s Art Museum may sell the naming rights to the plaza in front of its building, but not all are in favor of the change, which covers part of city property.

The head of the state economic development board has called upon Chiquita Brands to return any incentive money received to move into the state, if they choose to move operations out of the state.

The former Southpoint finance director is appealing their firing.

Even though the district enrollments have dropped, Cumberland County Schools does not expect to engage in redistricting their schools.

An electric coop that services several Eastern North Carolina counties has issued refunds to customers.

What Triangle area cities are losing in privilege tax fees and what some are planning to do about said loss.

Former governor Jim Martin has donated a number of his things, including a Rubik’s Cube, to the state museum of history.

Parents are raising concerns about the changes in the high school grading scale in the public school system.

The Durham city-council is questioning the racial composition of some of the contractor companies that are applying to do work with the city.

A popular Durham fish market is closing after 37 years.

This Durham art studio on audiovisual heritage opened its doors especially for the UNESCO’s World Day for Audiovisual Heritage yesterday.

Fifteen things you may not know about Raleigh’s Glenwood South neighborhood.

And finally, these people are the winners of the contest to provide you with the new official Raleigh skyline images.

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