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The S.A. Gilliam Scholarship Awards Banquet is among the highlights of the celebration.
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The Board of County Commissioners appointed Shields to the position at its November 27, 2012 meeting.
It's nine o'clock on a Friday night and abnormally cold for May. Four members of Brass Connection are camped out at the intersection of Trade and Tryon, seemingly oblivious to the dozen or so passersby who have now stopped and are waiting for the band to play.
Come join the fun on Saturday, May 18, at The Park Expo Center from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. WBTV aired the details today and it looks to be a free and fun event for pets and humans alike.
$25-$30 . treasurefest.blogspot.com/p/schedule.html . This annual eclectic underground music festival hosts about 70 acts, including Sundials, Secret Hospital, Franz Nicolay , Hectorina, It Looks Sad, and Mineral Girls on Friday and Torchrunner, Whatever Brains, Wymym's Prysyn, Rogue Nations, and Pullman Strike on Saturday.
Across the South, unrest rocked cities. Police jailed more than 700 civil rights protesters in Greensboro, more than 1,000 in Durham.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department officers charged 72 people with various offenses at a DWI checkpoint in north Charlotte overnight.
If the enemies of Planned Parenthood wanted to make them look bad, they could not done have a better job than the baby-killing corporation did with its new slogan and ad campaign.
We told you about this last month, but today Charlotte developer Peter Pappas and Ron Terwilliger, the former CEO of Trammel Crow Residential, officially announced a new venture called Terwilliger Pappas Multifamily Partners.
A Charlotte woman who hit and killed a man will spend less than a year in prison.
Eight years after US Airways and America West merged, flight attendant union leaders gathered in Charlotte this week to unify their representation under one master executive council.
The Block & Grinder opened in March in Charlotte 's Cotswold neighborhood and right away created a buzz.
Police in Charlotte are hoping surveillance video will help them identify the man who attacked a driver and slashed his throat because he had parked too closely and bumped his mirror as he got out of the car.
Dustin Thomas Rhodes, 28, of 1638 Roseland Dr. in Lincolnton was charged May 10 with one count of driving while impaired.
With its wonderful location and its eclectic personality, it is easy to understand the appeal of the Arts District in Charlotte.
Charles Bell's grandmother, Joyce Chase, wrote a message on her balloon: "I'll see you when I get there." As many as 50 people turned out for a candlelight vigil Tuesday evening held outside the home on Westwood Avenue in Dayton where Charles W. Bell III, a 2006 Meadowdale graduate, grew up with a brother and sister.