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The New England Clean Power Link is a 1,000-megawatt electric transmission line slated to carry electricity produced from hydroelectric dams in Canada and wind turbines in New York to southern...
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The Charlotte News Publication Dates: Publication date: Nov. 29 Columns/features deadline: Nov. 20 Letters due: Nov. 24 Ads deadline: Nov. 24 Publication date: Dec. 13 Columns/features deadline: Dec. 4 Letters...
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Thanksgiving means a lot of things to a lot of people. For most of us it’s about family and expressing gratitude for our blessings. For some those blessings are simply...
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The Flying Pig Bookstore will welcome legendary author Katherine Paterson to celebrate the launch of her newest book for young people, My Brigadista Year, a historical novel set in Cuba...
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Families at the playground. Walking paths. Houses and apartments clustered together. Farming all around. These are some of the elements that impressed me on a recent early evening walk...
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Georgia equestrian head coach Megan Boenig announced 14 riders have signed a National Letter of Intent to continue their riding careers and education at the University of Georgia beginning with...
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Oh, the holidays. A time of family, traditions and togetherness. Or if you’re like me, a time of deep cleaning and junk-hiding to give my home the illusion of Pinterest...
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Many people are aware that balance exercises can help reduce the risk of falling, but what might be more surprising is that these exercises can also help increase your core...
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Horsford perennials crew Olivia Clark, Tori Hellwig and Ted Roberts, busy preparing perennials for winter, took a quick break for some workplace shenanigans last week. Photo by Kristin Sprenkle...
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The Trustees of the Mater Christi School are honored and pleased to announce the appointment of Tim Loescher as head of school and president. As Mater Christi School continues its...
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What do you do when there’s a power outage in town? Come to the library! We welcomed over 120 people to the Charlotte Library on Monday, Oct. 30, following the...
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A total of $185 was raised throughout the 2016-17 school year at Charlotte Central School through its “Be the Change” program. The school received the Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS)...
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On Nov. 2, 2017, Kidde announced a recall of almost 38 million fire extinguishers sold in the United States. They may not work during a fire emergency if they become...
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Gretchen lay awake staring straight up into the darkness, praying the door would open. Never had he gone out at night for this long, and she knew if he had...
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