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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.

Senior-heavy Myers Park volleyball team hopes to make a deep run in the state tournament. The Mustangs last won a state title in 2007.

This year’s SEED20 awards event, scheduled for March 3, will move to Knight Theater to accommodate a much larger audience.

N.C. Community Garden Partners, a statewide nonprofit, will have its popular annual community gardening conference Oct. 25 on the campus of UNCAsheville. It will offer workshops designed to strengthen community gardening skills.

On a recent Friday at Shamrock Gardens Elementary, only a few children were seated. Most were focused on the Global Cardboard Challenge, which was inspired by “Caine’s Arcade,” a 2012 award-winning short film.

The Charlotte Women’s Rugby Club is playing its first games this season after a couple years of recruiting players.

Something about yard sales makes us go a little nuts.

The story of South End Presbyterian Church goes much like a marriage, a divorce and a remarriage.

The Children’s Home Society of North Carolina provides foster care and works to give children a safe and loving environment through adoption.

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