Retired publisher Rolfe Neill, left, and former employee Rita Adams Simpson, who worked for both The Charlotte Observer and The Charlotte News. A reception was held Thursday 03.10.16 so former employees and their families could visit the South Tryon Street building one more time before the newspaper moves.
Retired publisher Rolfe Neill, left, and former employee Rita Adams Simpson, who worked for both The Charlotte Observer and The Charlotte News. A reception was held Thursday 03.10.16 so former employees and their families could visit the South Tryon Street building one more time before the newspaper moves. Mark Hames Mark Hames
Retired publisher Rolfe Neill, left, and former employee Rita Adams Simpson, who worked for both The Charlotte Observer and The Charlotte News. A reception was held Thursday 03.10.16 so former employees and their families could visit the South Tryon Street building one more time before the newspaper moves. Mark Hames Mark Hames

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