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This month, some of English teacher’s Eboné Lockett students will present “The Children of Children Keep Coming: An Epic Griotsong.”

February, the year’s shortest month, is a quiet time in local gardens, but the soil is slowly warming and the days are growing longer.

Garinger girls’ basketball player Jasmine Sanders averages more than 22 points per game.

Jeff Hood says everyone should have someone who cares about them, and he has committed his life to caring for others.

Eleven Charlotte area teens chatter among chips and caffeinated beverages. It’s 7 p.m. on a Tuesday evening and they voluntarily meet-up at Christ Covenant Church to discuss something a little heavier than the latest school gossip.

David Garrett never expected to open an after-school program for impoverished and underprivileged children.

UNC Charlotte’s Real Talk – A Community Conversation series will continue its discussion of the African-American male this month with ‘Heart and Soul: What the Health of the Black American Male Means to the Entire Community.’

Brothers Jamaal and Jabari Gregory, coached by their father Tim Gregory, will travel to Spokane, Wash., for the USA Boxing Elite National Championships.

The annual Art With Heart event has been a key fundraiser for Safe Alliance for more than a decade, but organizers say its mission of helping survivors of abuse is more timely than ever.

A poet and author noted by Publisher’s Weekly for her “blend of contemplation and action” will deliver the 15th annual Kennedy Lecture on Jan. 24 at St. Peter Catholic Church.

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