News for January 12

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Minorities not vocal on Wake reassignment plan

The N&O’s Keung Hui reports most opposition comes from white, middle-class parents.

The Mint tries to adapt, lowers prices

The Triangle Business Journal says the Fayetteville St. restaurant has two new investors and lower prices on the menu.

Garland Jones Building coming down to make room for the new Wake County justice center.

Some say the building was an excellent example of “modernist architecture,” from the N&O’s Richard Stradling.

Man accused of strangling his infant son

WRAL reports police charged the man with felony child abuse.

Raleigh police say man exposed himself at a library

He’s also accused of exposing himself at a laundromat, again from WRAL.

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  1. Some say the building was an excellent example of “modernist architecture,”

    What’s up with the quotes? The fact that it’s a modernist architecture building isn’t in question; it’s whether the building is an excellent example of it.