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They say that nothing brings out your inner control freak better than letting a child “help” you.

Charlotte’s only African-American Catholic parish will celebrate Black Catholic History Month in November with a gospel concert, special liturgies and a traditional church homecoming.

On Oct. 9 at Freedom Park, Pack 3 of the Apache District in Mecklenburg County hosted approximately 200 cub scouts, along with the Carolina Panthers Play 60 team.

This month, stay on top of basic garden chores: Clean up summer crop remains, prepare for frost, bring houseplants indoors, hoe and mulch against cool-season weeds. Band trees against cankerworms between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day.

The top eight teams in the Charlotte Cornhole Series final tournament Nov. 1 will share $2,500.

Community leader Vickie Fewell has tried without success to find permanent work for five years, since she was laid off from her job at BellSouth.

Dylan McKnight didn’t get involved with the Reid Park Neighborhood Park project for recognition.

When it comes to getting the word out about his clients, Bert Woodard is passionate. He’s had a long and successful career in public relations.

After a difficult summer for the region that saw the deadliest fighting in years between Israeli and Palestinian militants, Temple Beth El’s leaders are offering a three-night discussion called ‘The Situation in Israel.’

The law as been a tie that binds Lou Trosch and his wife Minette.

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