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It’s probably incorrect to say that plans for building a town garage are headed back to the drawing board, because plans for the garage really never left the metaphorical drawing...
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Nancy Winship Milliken’s art would be outstanding in its field even if it wasn’t actually, literally out standing in fields at museums, galleries, parks and fields from New England to...
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I’m sitting in a meeting or hearing a talk about something I’m really invested in. Without noticing I’ve moved forward, an unconscious attempt to lean in, to hear better. I’m...
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It is not often a minor town can claim as a major icon a person who obtained his or her first step on the path to national notoriety in Charlotte....
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Memorial Day is a federal holiday which calls us to remember those men and women who died while in U.S. military service at home and abroad during times of armed...
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Charlotte’s representative Mike Yantachka does not think his vote against Prop 5 will have a lot of impact on his chances in the next election....
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This wonderful community continues to work together to support all who live in and love this town....
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Sustainable Charlotte recently completed two popular annual community-resilience projects ― a repair café and electronic waste recycling....
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A few years ago, New Hampshire lost its Old Man of the Mountain when a slab of the iconic granite formation slumped to earth. Charlotte is more fortunate. We have...
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A letter of thanks and a planning commission question....
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