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CHARLOTTE – The Independence Fund and Loyal Source have launched the “Independence Line,” a call center designed to assist U.S. veterans, Afghans and their friends and family navigate the issues with the Afghanistan withdrawal.

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MATTHEWS – Planning staff with the Town of Matthews has been getting calls regularly from people interested in developing pieces of the 120 acres off I-485 and Idlewild Road. Staff describes the site as the eastern gateway into Matthews and one of the last remaining large pieces of undevelop…

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CHARLOTTE – Employment scams are on the rise in the turbulent job market created by the COVID-19 pandemic, a new Better Business Bureau study finds. BBB warns job-seekers to verify employment offers to avoid illegal jobs, identity theft and fake checks to which millions are exposed annually.

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GREENSBORO – After Hurricane Ida made its way up the Gulf Coast affecting parts of Louisiana and Mississippi, The Fresh Market reached out to its mission partner, Feeding America, to help communities impacted by the hurricane.

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CHARLOTTE – Franny’s Farmacy Charlotte will celebrate its grand opening by giving a portion of proceeds and accepting donations on behalf of local first-responders and fire departments.

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CHARLOTTE – Leading law firms have joined forces to create the Carolinas Social Impact Initiative, an effort to foster a more inclusive community and reduce systemic barriers to social and economic mobility in the Carolinas.

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MATTHEWS – Matthews is looking for grants or partners to buy and operate an electric vehicle charger at Matthews Station Street and Jill Lane after Brightfield offered it to the town.

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BELOIT, Wis. – Grant Truex, manager of ABC Supply Co. Inc.’s location at 3100 Parkside Drive, was recently promoted to managing partner.

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Ardrey Kell High School’s Marine Corps JROTC program participated in a community service event Aug. 19 in support of the Second Harvest Food Bank. Cadets sorted and discarded can goods and non-perishables food items for families in need. Photos courtesy of James Barksdale