Sgt. Jeffrey Wayne Greene, the first member of the Union County Sheriff’s Office killed while on duty, was remembered Saturday as a hard-working law enforcement officer and a friend who was always willing to help others.

Rep. Tim Moore of Kings Mountain was nominated Saturday by fellow Republicans as speaker of the N.C. House, putting him in line to be one of the three most powerful leaders in North Carolina.

Cheers and laughter erupted in the Mecklenburg County Courthouse atrium Saturday morning as parents and their newly adopted children celebrated being together in what they call “forever homes.”

A young boy died Friday night in an accident at a Fort Mill home.

Labor Commissioner Cherie Berry’s staff says her agency has little to do with handling labor violations in North Carolina. Critics say there’s far more she could and should do to crack down on unscrupulous employers.

The police checkpoint in the 9200 block of South Boulevard resulted in 10 motorists being arrested on DWI charges overnight.

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Tom Clark’s painting of St. Nektarios is the latest in a seven-year effort to decorate the church interior. In 2007, Clark painted a huge portrait of Christ on the dome.

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North Carolina’s Kennedy Meeks had 19 points and 12 rebounds to the lead the Tar Heels to a win over Davidson at TWC Arena.

Charlotte won its final two games as it heads into the NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision and Conference USA in 2015.

Shooting guard P.J. Hairston also is out with a sprained ankle.

Mallard Creek’s 56-14 second round N.C. Class 4AA football playoff victory over Butler on Friday at Mallard Creek didn’t start out the way it ended.

Defensive backs Roman Harper and Josh Norman were fined for the Panthers.

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