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Goat Dairy Industry Sees Big Boost in NC

Goat Dairy Industry Sees Big Boost in NC

The goat dairy industry has seen a big boom in North Carolina over the last few years. Agriculture officials say the increase is because of increased demand to buy local and because goat's milk is naturally homogenized. Updated 1:31 PM

Business Owners Concerned Over Potential New Traffic Pattern

Business Owners Concerned Over Potential New Traffic Pattern

The project includes pavement rehabilitation of travel lanes, reconstruction of shoulders and ramps, and the replacement of 10 bridges. Construction will not begin until 2016 and DOT officials are still getting feedback from the community about several interchange options. 9:55 AM

Greensboro's Heritage House to Close End of July

Greensboro's Heritage House to Close End of July

City officials have officially ironed out plans to condemn and board up Greensboro's Heritage House, which turned up more than 800 code violations during a building inspection earlier this year. Updated 07/23/2014 02:06 PM

Fire Causes Extensive Damage to Montgomery Co. Church

Fire Causes Extensive Damage to Montgomery Co. Church

Investigators were working to determine what caused a fire Tuesday morning at a church in Montgomery County. No one was injured in the blaze at First Baptist Church but church members said they were devastated. 07/22/2014 05:51 PM

N.C. Gov. makes case on Medicaid reform at Greensboro hospital

N.C. Gov. makes case on Medicaid reform at Greensboro hospital

Governor Pat McCrory met with medical leaders for a roundtable discussion and spoke about the state’s Medicaid program. He said patients will receive better medical assistance and taxpayers can expect more reliable service if the state adopts a plan led by medical providers 07/22/2014 12:45 PM

High Point Considering Revitalization Plans

High Point Considering Revitalization Plans

Plans to breathe new life into the city's downtown continue. Efforts range from a proposal to transform space adjacent to a public library to reducing traffic flow on a section of Main Street to make it more pedestrian friendly. 07/21/2014 06:23 PM

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