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Pat “Mother Blues” Cohen has been singing to people since she was six. She’s a favorite at a Mooresville law firm’s annual “Blues & Burritos” charity fundraising event on Sept. 19.
Team Penske brought an IndyCar championship to Mooresville when Will Power finished first in the series. Teammate Helio Castroneves finished second.
Tara Gist-Savage, 40, pleaded guilty in a Charlotte courtroom to one count of wire fraud and one count of filing a false tax return.
A local network of teachers and organizations that hopes to use schoolyard gardens as a way to reach students has grown dramatically during its first year and is looking to expand even more.
Cameras clicked as traffic whizzed past a landmark on Langtree Road near Herring Way, but no one took photos of passing cars and trucks. Instead, members of the Mary Slocumb Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and interested observers focused on a granite marker.
Mooresville-based Specialized Mobile Exhibits created a nationally touring 9/11 exhibit for the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation and it will celebrate its one-year anniversary on the road on Sept. 11
World War II photos: The Hickory Museum of Art is seeking copies of photos and documents such as draft notices and commendations from individuals from the Catawba Valley region who served in the armed forces during World War II.
Boot Drive: Firefighters from the Gaston County Firefighters Association will host their annual Boot Drive to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association on Sept. 13.
A recent outbreak of the Ebola virus thousands of miles away has raised concern among local university and college officials that study-abroad programs and independent travel to affected regions could bring the deadly disease onto their campuses.
Field trip: Students in the Advanced Placement environmental science class at Gaston Day School took an annual field trip on Aug. 27 to begin the school year.
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