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  1. Bearcatsa Horne signs with UNC-CharlotteRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | Anson Record

    Anson Record Anson High School senior Timothy Horne signed with the University of North Carolina at Charlotte on Feb. 3. Standing, from left, are coach Nelson Rushing, coach Brandon Rains, mother Reva Horne, grandmother Verty Horne, grandfather William Horne, athletic director Terry Mabry, principal Chris Stinson, coach Richard Davis and coach Jake Thomas. Seated, from left, are Timothy Horne and head football coach Ralph Jackson.

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  2. Study: Segregated schools mean more crimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | Washington Examiner

    ... chool choice Friedman Foundation . The paper's authors are Stephen Billings, with the University of North Carolina Charlotte, Stephen Ross, with the University of Connecticut, and David Deming, with Harvard University.

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  3. Streamlined Early Childhood Assessment Saves Teachers Time and Preserves ReliabilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Market Wire

    Teaching Strategies today announced the release of a new option for kindergarten entry assessment, which reduces the number of items required to evaluate a student's level of school readiness by over 50% and cuts the time required to administer the assessment in half. The streamlined assessment is based on an extensive literature review that identified the objectives that are most critical to assess during the first few weeks of school, in order to provide a complete picture of children's development and learning.

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  4. Family of Charlotte man who died receives Panthers surprise in mailRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 31 | WSOCTV

    The family of a Charlotte man who died after jumping off a bridge during a swimming trip to Mountain Island Lake received a surprise from the Carolina Panthers. His mother told Eyewitness News she was shocked they thought of him days before the Super Bowl.

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  5. College Roundup: Navy's Schroeder sets program record in mile runRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 30 | The Maryland Gazette

    NAVY MEN'S TRACK: In a meet that Navy tallied 11 first-place finishes and 24 IC4A qualifying performances, Navy men's track and field senior distance runner Steve Schroeder stood out with a program-record breaking mile time of 4:01.49 at the Wesley Brown Invitational on Saturday. Schroeder's mile time broke the 12-year program record that was previous held by former Midshipman Erik Schmidt .

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  6. Enabling IoT | @ThingsExpo @RedHatNews #IoT #M2M #ML #InternetOfThingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | SOA World Magazine

    The impact innovations in open source software are having on the connected universe of people, things and information in the IoT The IoT's basic concept of collecting data from as many sources possible to drive better decision making, create process innovation and realize additional revenue has been in use at large enterprises with deep pockets for decades. So what has changed? In his session at @ThingsExpo , Prasanna Sivaramakrishnan, Solutions Architect at Red Hat, discussed the impact commodity hardware, ubiquitous connectivity, and innovations in open source software are having on the connected universe of people, things and information in the IoT.

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  7. College Roundup: Sykes rejoins Navy football coaching staffRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | The Maryland Gazette

    NAVY FOOTBALL: Former Navy assistant coach Napoleon Sykes is returning to the Naval Academy after spending the past four seasons at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte . Sykes will be assisting Shaun Nua with the defensive line, which will allow defensive coordinator Dale Pehrson to be more involved in all facets of the defense.

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  8. OncoTAb Blood Test Enables Earlier Detection of Breast Cancer in Women with Dense Breast TissueRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | PRWeb

    OncoTAb, Inc., a University of North Carolina at Charlotte spin-out company, released the findings from a clinical study testing its Agkuraa Personalized Score, a non-invasive blood test for the early detection of breast cancer in women with dense breast tissue. Data from more than 750 patient samples showed that the technology, a patented, monoclonal antibody known as TAB-004, accurately detects a specific biomarker present in more than 90 percent of breast cancer patients and is specific to all major breast cancer subtypes, including triple negative breast cancer .

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  9. Eilat set to host another world-class tennis tournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 25 | Jerusalem Post

    In 2016, 101 nations entered Fed Cup by BNP Paribas, making it the world's largest annual international team competition in women's sport. Ofra Friedman, media relations manager, and her team at the Israel Tennis Association haven't been sleeping much these days.

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  10. Author Jerry Adcock returns home for book-signingRead the original story

    Monday Jan 25 | Anson Record

    Jerry Adcock, who grew up on the Wade Mill Village, is coming to the Wadesboro library at noon Feb. 15 to discuss his newly released novel, "The Suns of August: A Tale of Good and Evil Told in Black and White" and to sign copies. He is am alumni of the old Wadesboro High School and a 1968 graduate of Bowman High.

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  11. How will the Obama unemployment proposal affect you?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 25 | The Gaston Gazette

    The proposal would pay the unemployed to take new jobs that don't pay as well as their old ones. Half of that lost income would be made up for through unemployment benefits.

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  12. 56 years later: With college degree, Kinston native fulfills promise to fatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 23 | Kinston Free Press

    On Dec. 19, Hollowell, at age 76, graduated from the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, with a degree in history. The degree saw her enroll in six different schools and took her more than 50 years to earn.

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  13. Wallace Printing Off to Fast Start with New Colter & Peterson Prism Paper CutterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | MyPrintResource.com

    The rigid structure of the U.S. Air Force helped lead Dan Wallace down the path of success. It provided a solid foundation that after gaining valuable experience in the printing business, he started Wallace Printing from his garage in Newton, North Carolina in 1989.

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  14. Council of University Transportation Centers honors leaders and students for advancing transportation researchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | CE News

    Three leaders in transportation academia, six students, and one long-time industry advocate were honored Jan. 9 by the Council of University Transportation Centers for their outstanding contributions to transportation research and education. Norman Mineta, former U. S. Secretary of Transportation, and Dr. Edd Hauser, director of the Center for Transportation Policy Studies at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, were each honored with Lifetime Achievement in Transportation Research and Education Awards at a CUTC banquet in the nation's capital.

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  15. The Library in the Life of the User: Engaging with People Where They Live and LearnRead the original story

    Nov 9, 2015 | OCLC Research

    This compilation provides a sequential overview of some of our user behavior research findings that articulate the need for the design of future library services to be all about the user. People associate the library with books and do not consider the library in relation to online resources or reference services.

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  16. CUTC Honors Leaders and StudentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | Mass Transit

    Three leaders in transportation academia, six students, and one long-time industry advocate were honored Jan. 9 by the Council of University Transportation Centers for their outstanding contributions to transportation research and education. Norman Mineta, former U. S. Secretary of Transportation, and Dr. Edd Hauser, director of the Center for Trans - portation Policy Studies at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, were each honored with Lifetime Achievement in Transportation Research and Education Awards at a CUTC banquet in the Nation's Capital.

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  17. Indian Trail preps for 'event-full' 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | Union County Weekly

    Residents of Indian Trail and surrounding areas looking for something to do will have a lot of options to choose from in 2016. The Indian Trail Parks & Recreation Department works each year to plan a handful of annual town events, as well as smaller programs that take place on a regular basis throughout the year.

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  18. Community Spotlight: Dena SabinskeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | Union County Weekly

    The main duties are the operation of three facilities - Stallings Municipal Park, Blair Mill Park and Stallings Civic Building. The Parks & Recreation Department facilitates 99 percent of the town of Stallings' events, and we are now adding recreational programming, as well.

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  19. Can Govias and "Latin Nights" have you dancing in the aisle?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 19 | The Summerville Journal-Scene

    ... Canada, he is currently assistant professor and director of orchestras at the University of North Carolina Charlotte, and music director with the International Summer Orchestra Academy in El Sistema, Venezuela. Beyond his work with professional ...

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  20. Enabling IoT | @ThingsExpo @RedHatNews #IoT #M2M #ML #InternetOfThingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 19 | Java Developer's Journal

    The impact innovations in open source software are having on the connected universe of people, things and information in the IoT The IoT's basic concept of collecting data from as many sources possible to drive better decision making, create process innovation and realize additional revenue has been in use at large enterprises with deep pockets for decades. So what has changed? In his session at @ThingsExpo , Prasanna Sivaramakrishnan, Solutions Architect at Red Hat, discussed the impact commodity hardware, ubiquitous connectivity, and innovations in open source software are having on the connected universe of people, things and information in the IoT.

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