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In 2005, Patrice Ognodo founded the Neighborhood Good Samaritan Center, a nonprofit that provides basic needs, education and vocational training to local refugees and immigrants. “I opened the Neighborhood Good Samaritan Center to support refugees, because I am one of them,” he said.
One of the things that attracted professor Chance Lewis to Charlotte was the opportunity to have a platform to get connected to people who would benefit from the outreach, research and teaching mission he feels led to do.
Queens student Laura Moore died unexpectedly last May at age 51 due to complications from pancreatitis.
A new site has opened at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Dilworth where people can get free meals, and that means homeless people can find a free lunch somewhere in that area almost every day.
People from business, faith and civic groups attended the recent Children’s Home Society of North Carolina’s annual Place to Call Home fundraiser luncheon May15 in Charlotte at the Westin ballroom.
Hickory Grove Christian softball has won five straight state championships and reached the state tournament in each of the past 12 seasons.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools have announced the finalists for its 2014-15 Teacher of the Year award.
The World Pediatric Project is a nonprofit organization that provides access to critical care for children in developing countries. One of these specialized pediatric teams, focusing on pediatric neurosurgery, is from Charlotte.
Wake Forest University is expanding its Charlotte campus to include undergraduate classes.
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