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Backplates put in at traffic lights at intersection in Kill Devil Hills

KILL DEVIL HILLS, N.C. (WAVY) – Crews with the North Carolina Department of Transportation have installed back plates to the traffic signals at an intersection in Kill Devil Hills, where there was a deadly crash back in 2015. 146 more words

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North Carolina Gov. declares state of emergency for winter storm

RALEIGH, N.C. (WAVY) — North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory has declared a state of emergency for the winter storm expected for this weekend.

McCrory made the declaration in a live news conference Thursday morning. 252 more words

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New law gives NCDOT two-days to fix potholes

Elizabeth City, N.C. (WTKR) – A new law in North Carolina is giving NCDOT a timeline to fix reported potholes.

The law went into effect January 1st and gives the state two business days to repair a pothole after a report about the problem is made. 171 more words

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The voice which will not be silenced

On January 2, 1996, I was hired as President of the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce, then known as the North Mecklenburg Chamber.  The Chamber at the time was working aggressively to bring a new High School to the area.  536 more words

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New budget speeding up transportation projects in North Carolina

Dare County, N.C. (WTKR) – The North Carolina Board of Transportation has been presented with a list of new and rescheduled transportation projects for Northeastern North Carolina. 409 more words

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Kill Devil Hills considering intersection changes after fatal accident

Kill Devil Hills, NC – After a 12-year-old girl on a bicycle was fatally hit by a vehicle at the intersection of Veterans Drive and Colington Road in November, city officials are looking to make a few changes to improve safety. 162 more words

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NCDOT Could Sign Deal In July For Next Toll Project, I-485 | WFAE

The toll-lane widening project that began construction on I-77 north of Charlotte this week won’t be the only one in the Charlotte area. Next up are toll lanes on I-485 in south Charlotte, from I-77 to US 74. 29 more words

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