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Last week’s cold snap notwithstanding, this winter has been milder so far than 2013-14. That won’t necessarily continue for the rest of the season. Enjoy it, but prepare for the worst.

Competing for a national championship wasn’t in Carson Ferguson’s 2014 plans when the season began, but a blown engine in his dirt late model changed things.

The Holy Angels Invitational wrestling tournament, which has nearly tripled in size in the past six years, raises over $10,000 for the Belmont charity.

West Charlotte High School is bringing life back to its dormant greenhouse. Principal John Wall Jr., several science teachers, the WCHS National Alumni Association and leaders of Project LIFT/Communities In Schools are all working together on the project, which is slated to cost $40,000.

Seventh-graders at McClintock Middle School gather at work stations in Teach to One math classrooms.

In an old brick building on Freedom Drive in Charlotte, piles of old mattresses are being turned into gainful employment.

When Ceanda Kinloch visits the Sugaw Creek Recreation Center, she’s always happy to lend a hand.

Teammates on the Sugaw Creek Cross Country for Youth team learned to rally around each other in hard times.

Former Pit Bulls star Quintin Mickerson and coach John Carothers are both with the West Charlotte wrestling program now.

Naji Alchami considers himself an ambassador for the Queen City. Every day, he greets visitors to Charlotte and answers their questions about the city, directing them to places to eat and shop.

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