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Sugaw Creek Racquet Association plays competitive matches against similar clubs from cities throughout the Southeast.

CrossRoads Corporation collaborates with Johnston YMCA, Antioch Baptist Church to give underprivileged Grier Heights kids free swimming program

Hats add fun to UNCF’s annual Women Who Lead luncheon

After 12 years working as a teacher and guidance counselor, Lisa Bolumen wanted more freedom to give the people she worked with answers and advice she felt was more long lasting.

Compiled by Erica Batten

Recycling in Mecklenburg County has become popular.

The goal of the Pathways to Success program is to prepare young people to succeed in the business world.

Folicle Salon and Spa raised more than $9,000 for childhood cancer research at its Go Bald to Beat Cancer event.

The local Girl Scouts Council has received a grant to continue the Girls Are It program for another year. The program features a mobile classroom-style bus where girls can take a series of two-hour, hands-on technology classes on topics such as HTML programming and nanotechnology.

Jordan Ray Preiss, a 2004 graduate of Myers Park High School and a 2009 graduate of Duke University, is one of three first-year students at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University to receive a Brody Medical Scholarship.

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