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South African immigrant Brent Morris leaves a six-figure job as a management to follow a calling to help other immigrant kids.

After several isolated years in music academia, Leah Harrison turned to journalism to write about the arts for a broader audience.

Desmond Cooper leaves Wake Forest and the ACC for an opportunity to be part of first Charlotte 49ers football program and to become one of the 'old guys' during the UNCC team's inaugural season.

The 47-year-old Cornelius resident says he’s making a tenth of his previous salary. He’s working in a cafe that serves – of all people – the same bankers who were once colleagues.

Michelle Coffino, who owns MC3 salon on East Boulevard, recently bought her new company, Queen City Metal Recycling and Salvage.

Last year, Brad McGalliard was working at AT&T testing line connections to homes. His wife, CeCe, was a teaching assistant at Lincoln Charter in Denver, N.C.

A friend request on Facebook changed the course of Scott Sayles, Jr., and Scott Sayles III’s lives, and the younger Scott escaped a bleak life in Buffalo, N.Y., for one of education, family and promise in Charlotte.

Students in Roseann Westlake’s fitness class probably aren’t losing weight for bikini season. Nor are they likely to enter the next strongman competition.

You don’t go to school to become a professional sports mascot. So there was no one around to teach Michael Zerrillo that every mascot has an expiration date.

Owners of Nona’s Sweets had big ideas for their prominent location. Then the city came knocking.

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