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If you are at least 60 years old and live in Mecklenburg County, free legal help is available through a program called Legal Services for the Elderly.
At the beginning of 2015, after 72 years, Organic Gardening magazine will cease publication. Rodale Inc., Organic Gardening’s publisher, says it will rebrand the magazine as Rodale’s Organic Life, offering ‘a fresh spin on food, garden, home and well-being.’
Owners of greyhounds say the dogs are loving, affectionate and gentle – all qualities of a desirable pet.
Big bass will eat insects, larvae, snakes, worms, frogs, crayfish, grass shrimp, rodents, baby ducks and even their own offspring, as well as bream, crappie and white perch.
A website where UNC Charlotte students can make anonymous confessions is building a sense of community among the student body, faculty, alumni and the greater Charlotte area, site administrators say.
As I wander past empty rooms, I reflect on the fact that sending children off to college is as much a rite of passage for the parents as it is for their college-bound kids.
Pritchard Memorial Baptist Church is opening a new fine arts academy, with instruction in dance and music, in South End.
United Community School, a kindergarten-through-second-grade public charter school on Idlewild Road in southeast Charlotte, will open for its first school year Aug.11.
Behailu Academy, a nonprofit in a 5,000-square-foot old art gallery in NoDa, provides an arts and community-service-based after-school program for 50 students who mostly attend Eastway Middle, Cochrane Middle, and Garinger High schools.
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