Thursday May 9
The Charlotte Observer
Junior artist bound for Governor's School
Hannah Witner, 17, a junior at South Mecklenburg High School, was selected to attend the Governor's School, a competitive residential summer program for high school students to hone their academic abilities and talents.
Nurse sees care as patient-driven during career
Anna Shreves has seen many changes in the nursing profession in the more than three decades she has devoted to her job, but said despite all of the technology and reforms, one thing has remained constant.
Colleges to pregnant women: You’re not welcome here
Last week, Yale announced that its student health plan will cover sex-reassignment surgery for students, deeming it an important part of 'equal-access' health care.
Engagement: Hope Turpin & Scott McClave
<![CDATA[Turpin ~ McClave Dr. and Mrs. James Wesley Turpin of Fairview, N.C., are delighted to announce the engagement of their daughter, Rabbani Hope Turpin, to Scott Alexander McClave, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Patrick McClave of Charlotte, N.C. Hope graduated from A.C. Reynolds High School and received a B.A. in Biology & Sociology from Salem College. She is currently pursuing a Registered Nurse degree from Mercy School of Nursing in Charlotte. Scott is a Myers Park High School graduate. He is presently employed as a landscaping specialist for Chase Grounds Management. A December 14th 2013 wedding in Charlotte is planned.
Conley ~ Del Bueno
Mr. and Mrs. William Joseph Conley, Junior of Raleigh are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Dianne Elaine Conley, to Mr.
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Police Find Suspicious Luggage At Race For The Cure
The scene is clear and everyone is safe after authorities found a suspicious piece of luggage at the finish line of Saturday's Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.