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Seafood Processor (Test 3 of 10)

A seafood processor and distributor will relocate from Charlotte to Concord. Concord City Council motioned to approve Inland Seafood’s move into an existing building in Concord.

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Coin Flip (Test 4 of 10)

In Hickory’s Ward 3, a total of 60 votes were cast in the primary. Incumbent Danny Seaver was the top vote-getter with 28 votes. Nathan Hefner and Daria Jackson tied for second with 16 votes each.

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Facebook Blocking (Test 5 of 10)

Next to everyone has social media in today’s society, but it puts politicians in an odd situation. In 2017 there was a case in Virginia — Davison v. Loudoun County Board of Supervisors — where the federal court ruled that it is unlawful for elected officials to block any resident from their Facebook accounts because of “viewpoint discrimination.”

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Sweepstakes Machines (Test 7 of 10)

A North Carolina appeals court has overturned another lower-court decision that prevented law enforcement officers from shutting down certain kinds of video sweepstakes machines through which patrons who buy gift cards can win prizes.

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The City of Raleigh’s official Twitter account, on a proclamation honoring the James Beard award-winning chef.

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Educator Prep (Test 6 of 10)

The Professional Educator Preparation and Standards Commission (PEPSC) met last week for its monthly meeting and discussed a wide range of issues, including a newly-recognized accrediting organization for educator preparation programs, responses to passage of Senate Bill 621 regarding teacher licensure requirements, and further movement on an evaluation system for educator preparation programs that could now be subject to sanctions under House Bill 107.

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Bishop Office (Test 8 of 10)

By a vote of 6 to 2 on Monday, the Lumberton City Council rejected offering newly elected Republican Congressmen Dan Bishop office space in City Hall for free.

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Charlotte Airport (Test 9 of 10)

Starting in December, Charlotte Douglas International Airport is scheduled to begin a $600 million project to rebuild and expand the terminal lobby.

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Pet Rescue (Test 2 of 10)

Project Pawz, a pet rescue organization in New London, is taking steps to meet the demands of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Veterinary Division following an investigation into the group.

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School Grant (Test 1 of 10)

Stanly County Schools has been awarded a $3.7 million, five-year grant from the Department of Education in partnership with Montgomery County Schools.

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Session Schedule

Work continues this week on more “mini-budgets” as the long session drags on.

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Insurance Plans

A controversial small business health insurance bill became law in North Carolina on Oct. 1.

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School Renewal

Sen. Carl Ford, R-Rowan, says everyone in the legislature is watching Rowan County to see the outcome “renewal” school system, which gives individual schools in the district flexibility with curriculum, budget, personnel, calendar and scheduling.

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Sound Bank Move

Sound Bank has changed its name to Dogwood State Bank and moved its headquarters from Morehead City to Raleigh. The relocation had a soft opening in September.

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Vaping Sales

Several e-cigarette companies will not be selling vaping products in North Carolina while lawsuits work through the court system, according to North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein.

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Flag Settlement

The Statesville City Council has reached a settlement with Gander RV parent company Camping World concerning the flag flying over the dealership.

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