Hello! The Carolinas News Editor is Tim Rogers. The supervisor is Jonathan Drew.
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CARY, N.C. — When Cary overhauled its development policies earlier this year, Habitat for Humanity of Wake County saw a chance to build affordable homes in the fast-growing western part of the county. Habitat paid almost $400,000 for a 2.6-acre lot on Trimble Avenue off of West Chatham Street near downtown Cary, and asked the town to rezone the site. By Henry Gargan of The News & Observer of Raleigh. AP Member Exchange. SENT: Story moved in advance for use in Sunday editions.
— BOMB THREAT ARREST — Authorities have arrested a 19-year-old woman on charges related to a bomb threat to a Wilmington high school. SENT
— SCHOOL CLOSURE CONSIDERED — A mountain school district is considering closing an elementary school to deal with limited resources and enrollment declines. SENT
— CAPE LOOKOUT-VOLUNTEERS — With climbing season about to begin, the National Park Service is looking for people to lead tours of the Cape Lookout Lighthouse and the national seashore. SENT
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