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Bringing a sense of victory to children’s hospital

Bringing a sense of victory to children’s hospital

by Ciera Choate Not every child gets to enjoy the fun of summer camp and the games and camaraderie that go along with it. But thanks to Victory Junction, more… Read more »

Local book group honored with fundraiser check

Local book group honored with fundraiser check

The Business Leaders of Charlotte, or BLOC, group will hand over a check on Thursday to a local reading group. The group will honor Promising Pages with a check presentation… Read more »

Deputy directors named to evolving library system

Deputy directors named to evolving library system

A few weeks after the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library system announced a new director and extended hours, the group has named three new deputy directors. Lois Kilkka and Leonora Kaufmann are… Read more »

The Ivey focuses on health and wellness

The Ivey focuses on health and wellness

Programs aimed at improving quality of life for patrons by Abbie Bennett The Ivey Memory Care Day Center, also known as The Ivey, is an adult day-care facility in Charlotte… Read more »

Students show off their art at exhibition

Students show off their art at exhibition

Students of the local Charlotte Fine Art Gallery will put their work on display and possibly make some cash early next month at a special exhibition. The gallery’s second annual… Read more »

Watch for south Charlotte’s Berens in London

Watch for south Charlotte’s Berens in London

by C. Jemal Horton The 2012 Olympics begin in earnest on Saturday, July 28, and South Mecklenburg High School graduate Ricky Berens will be among the competitors who most certainly… Read more »

Silence speaks a thousand words

Silence speaks a thousand words

Agape Christian Counseling offers community a chance to help clients in need by Josh Whitener More families and individuals with limited means are now receiving counseling free of charge thanks… Read more »

Folk society opens 30th season

Folk society opens 30th season

The Charlotte Folk Society will start its 30th season in style next month with a concert by Wayne Henderson & Friends. Henderson is known for his fast guitar style and… Read more »

Beating obesity the simple way

Beating obesity the simple way

Local doctor gives insight on how to get/stay trim by Josh Whitener In a culture where fast-food restaurants are pervasive and fad diets and appetite suppressors often are the first… Read more »

Harris rolling out programs for fall

Harris rolling out programs for fall

by Morgan Smith Looking for a way to get the family healthy? One local YMCA is doing their best to make sure family is the starting point to healthy living…. Read more »