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Anglers’ pranks can get out of hand

Posted at 3:09pm on Apr. 22, 2014

Anglers are always playing pranks on one another, particularly at the end of the day when they’re on a faraway fishing trip. Most pranks are innocent enough and just for a laugh or two, but sometimes it can go a little too far.

Religion news

Posted at 1:32pm on Apr. 22, 2014

Holocaust remembrance discussion: In honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day, the church will host Ken Garfield, former religion editor for The Charlotte Observer, who will speak about the history of the Holocaust, share some of his conversations with survivors, and answer questions. Youth and adults invited. 9:30 a.m. April 27 in the chapel building. 5201 Sharon Road. www.sharonpcusa.org.

Charlotte producer’s goal: Broadway, via Charlotte

Posted at 12:14pm on Apr. 9, 2014

“I commute quite a bit to New York, California and London, but Charlotte is home,” Bruce Long said. “It is such a great place to raise a family.”

South Charlotte school news

Posted at 1:33pm on Apr. 18, 2014

News from south Charlotte-area schools.

Briefly

Posted at 1:18pm on Apr. 18, 2014

Concert: The Queen City Community Orchestra will present its free spring concert 8p.m. June2 at the Gorelick Theater at Charlotte Country Day School, 1440 Carmel Road.

Matthews woman’s support group is on a quest for healthy living

Posted at 12:00pm on Apr. 8, 2014

Matthews’ Kathy Bellavia wanted to gain control over her health, so she started researching her condition.

Dog decoys are keeping Mint Hill Town Hall geese at bay

Posted at 9:55am on Apr. 15, 2014

Three dog-decoy silhouettes are keeping geese away from Mint Hill Town Hall.

Charlotte Premium Outlets will hold a job fair May 2

Posted at 12:17pm on Apr. 15, 2014

Charlotte Premium Outlets is looking to fill the 900 part- and full-time jobs the outlets will create when they open July 31.

Ballantyne’s Forest Hill Church finds way to help students

Posted at 2:06pm on Apr. 15, 2014

Members of Forest Hill Church’s Ballantyne campus began a mentor program at Quail Hollow Middle School in fall 2011, and now are seeing students’ scholastic success and improved self-confidence.

Robinson Middle scores in academic, club competitions

Posted at 1:56pm on Apr. 15, 2014

Jay M. Robinson Middle School’s unprecedented dominance in academic and club competitions recently is resulting in so many trophies it’s hard to find a place for them.