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What You Need to Know about North Carolina for October 8, 2014

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News Across North Carolina for October 8

The Greensboro Science Center has received a gift of $1 million, the largest donation in its history.

Here’s how North Carolina’s SAT scores stacked up to the national average.

A British tire manufacturer is coming to Davie County.

Details on the new UNC-Charlotte Lynx Blue Line rail station in Charlotte.

JR, the infamous tourist trap that has an outpost on both I-77 and I-85/I-40 is closing the I-77 version.

Same-sex marriages in NC could happen sooner than the 1o day period originally promised.

The latest on a bad contractor with an NC DOT project near Charlotte.

Wilmington’s city council approved $1.1 million for a park on a former golf course. Guilford’s Board of Education approved several construction contracts among other items at their meeting Tuesday.

This is what the Raleigh Publix could look like. If it passes through the planning and zoning commissions.

Durham leaders and community members are working through a traffic calming plan that may only calm traffic on behalf of pedestrians, but not bicyclists.

Regardless of who it is, there will be a new Clerk of Superior Court in Guilford County come November.

Highlights of the latest US Senate Debate.

And finally, Greensboro becomes on of the first southern cities to officially sanction participatory budgeting.

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