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Bryan Boulevard to open in July following construction

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Drivers rejoice, the section of Bryan Boulevard that has been closed since April is expected to open on July 3.

The NC Department of Transportation closed Bryan Boulevard near the Old Oak Ridge Road interchange in late April to make the final connection to future Interstate 73. 9 more words

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More construction ahead for U.S. 74 from Indian Trail Fairview Road to Sardis Church Road

More road construction is coming to Indian Trail as multiple intersections will be closed along U.S. 74. The $9.5 million project has begun and will shut down lanes between 9 p.m. 124 more words

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Gardening at 65 MPH

North Carolina gardeners face some tough challenges and Don Lee may head up one of the best group of gardeners in our state. You can read the entire story online at the Blowing Rocket.

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NCDOT awards contract for Ocracoke, Hatteras passenger ferry

OCRACOKE VILLAGE, N.C. (WAVY) — Residents along the Outer Banks are one step closer to getting passenger ferry service between Hatteras and Ocracoke Island.

NCDOT recently awarded a $4 million contract to Port Angeles, Washington-based Armstrong Marine Inc. 135 more words

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NCDOT worker rescues, adopts kitten thrown off OBX bridge

OUTER BANKS, N.C. (WAVY) — A kitten that was tossed off a bridge in the Outer Banks was rescued by NCDOT crews on Wednesday.

“He was real scared, definitely in shock when we first pulled him out but he’s doing a lot better now,” said Reece Newman. 248 more words

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NCDOT closing Bryan Boulevard through June

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Some drivers may need to take the long way home to and from work for the next two months.

The NC Department of Transportation is closing Bryan Boulevard near the Old Oak Ridge Road interchange at midnight Saturday. 334 more words

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Agencies Discuss Mitigation Strategies for Business 40 Improvement Project

WINSTON-SALEM – At the second inter agency ‘Business 40 Incident Management Summit’ on Tuesday, April 25, department heads with the City of Winston-Salem, Winston-Salem Police Department, Highway Patrol, Town of Kernersville and state transportation officials gathered to discuss the progress and potential traffic impacts of the  282 more words

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