Jennifer Roberts may be close to avoiding a runoff
Edwin Peacock has a double-digit lead over Scott Stone
Perhaps because he also played running back and defensive back at Washington, Carolina Panthers rookie linebacker Shaq Thompson has sometimes been called a finesse player.
He spent most of his life at the doorstep of Charlotte’s power structure. He bumped it. He pushed it and constantly prodded it to improve lives of the poor, the disenfranchised, the elderly and handicapped.
Walk down South Tryon Street these days, and you’re likely to notice people staring through holes in a wall.
Matthew Steele has created one of Charlotte’s most unusual sculptures, and one of its most ephemeral.
A Katrina refugee washed up in Charlotte 10 years ago
She recently called to thank those who helped
Such kindnesses are all too rare today
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Employees encouraged to be helpful and show personality
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