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leaves_pumpkins_feature This week, there’s a theme As the person in charge of each word that goes into this paper every other week, I can say without hesitation that I’m full of gratitude and appreciation this week for the writers who contribute to this paper. Their humor and insight and inability to stick to a low word count make me so... Continue Reading
Over 1,000 pages of emails from the Charlotte Zoning Board of Adjustment included a building permit from 1976, a zoning fee schedule from 1989, and several emails in which a...
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The stress of living with the coronavirus in our midst for the last six months has been alleviated in part by the opportunity for social interactions with friends and neighbors...
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In the fall of 1621, the colonists joined the Wampanoags to partake in a thanksgiving celebration of the harvest. Historians believe that they shared cabbage, carrots and parsnips from their...
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This fall’s Redhawk athletes exhibited quite a mix of cheers and groans. Both soccer teams led the groans as the men lost to Essex in overtime in the Division I...
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Congratulations and Sympathies to Charlotters...
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Letters to the Editor from David Adsit, Rep. Mike Yantachka, and Thomas I. Chittenden , ...
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After months of planning, the Resilience Survey has launched, and Charlotte Community Partners wants to hear from each and every one of you. Why are we asking you to take...
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Two articles in New York Times issues near the end of last month caught my eye. One happened to be in the sports section; the other was a column by...
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If you’re going to talk the talk, you walk the walk. Or in Dave Baird’s case, you run the run—and you keep running for 62 miles. To celebrate the end...
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The Winter Schedule, which covers December, January and February, will be an insert in this paper on 11/25, posted on the website on 12/1, and mailed out the first week...
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Although Thanksgiving and December holidays are on the horizon, we do want to note that our dedicated volunteers added Halloween festivity to the late October distribution —with a clown, a...
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Heading into the close 2020, we’re reflecting on what an unprecedented and unpredictable year it has been. From the pandemic, to the election, to civil unrest and wildfires, the impacts...
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