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Father, daughter to discuss church issues

Posted at 2:51pm on Oct. 15, 2014

Sarah Howell didn’t intend to become a minister, even though she grew up surrounded by church influences.

Grants of nearly $50K help pastors take 3-month sabbaticals

Posted at 4:15pm on Oct. 8, 2014

The Reverends Mark Upton, co-pastor of Hope Community Church, and Randy Forrester, senior pastor of King of Kings Anglican Church, recently were notified that they received the grants from the Lilly Endowment National Clergy Renewal Program.

Charlotte’s Connie Strain has wisdom and goals to spare

Posted at 10:24am on Oct. 9, 2014

When you meet Connie Strain, be prepared to meet a 90-year-old who has goals and wisdom.

Community gardening strong in Charlotte area; Asheville meeting planned Oct. 25

Posted at 8:39am on Oct. 9, 2014

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.

Barbecue heads uptown in Charlotte

Posted at 2:02pm on Oct. 3, 2014

The annual Q-City Charlotte BBQ Championship will be in uptown Charlotte from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Oct.17-18.

Fall is time for the bizarre bazaars

Posted at 11:29am on Oct. 2, 2014

Something about yard sales makes us go a little nuts.

Matthews doughnut shop offers farm-to-table food

Posted at 4:02pm on Sep. 26, 2014

There are dairy and eggs in the yeast doughnuts, which are fried in leaf lard from pasture-raised hogs.

Rama Swim & Racquet Club going strong after 49 years

Posted at 2:11pm on Sep. 19, 2014

The club will host a fall festival Oct.25 that will be open to the public.

Charlotte SouthPark restaurant AZN marks 2 years of Asian cuisine

Posted at 1:45pm on Sep. 19, 2014

SouthPark’s AZN is celebrating its two-year anniversary at Piedmont Town Center throughout September.

Matthews Kids in Nature Day gives children fish tales to remember

Posted at 1:30pm on Sep. 17, 2014

Some 300 or so children and adults came to Matthews Squirrel Lake Park recently for Kids in Nature Day.