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CHARLOTTE – The City of Charlotte Planning, Design and Development department has launched the Charlotte Future 2040 policy mapping process as a first step to the implementation of the Charlotte Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan.

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SAN FRANCISCO – Providence High School alum Bhavana Veeravalli says she is grateful to have the opportunity to pursue her passion for animation without financial barriers thanks to a scholarship from DJ and producer 3LAU.

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CHARLOTTE – Tony Forrest, who is based out of Republic Services' Charlotte division, earned National Industrial Driver of the Year honors from the National Waste & Recycling Association.

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Danielle Griffith, of Charlotte, preserves mooring lines July 13 in the fo’c’sle. Griffith carries the rank of boatswain's mate seaman and is assigned to USS Gerald R. Ford's (CVN 78) deck department. Ford is underway in the Atlantic Ocean conducting Full Ship Shock Trials. The U.S. Navy con…

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CHARLOTTE – Ray Singleton won over “America's Got Talent” judges Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Sofia Vergara with his personal story and audition during a taped episode of the NBC show that aired July 13.

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CHARLOTTE – The Humane Society of Charlotte is one of 77 animal welfare groups chosen to receive a $10,000 grant from the Grey Muzzle Organization to support the care of senior dogs.

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Ardrey Kell High School's Marine Corps JROTC cadets supported the March of Dimes in the distribution of over 100 pallets of goods containing pampers and baby wipes. The event took place Saturday at the Novant Distribution Center in Concord. Photos courtesy of James Barksdale Sr.

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CHARLOTTE — Many companies embrace diversity, but ignore disability and AllAbility Recruiting aims to change that. The new Charlotte-based firm is breaking down the stigma of disability by advocating for job seekers who need accommodations and helping inclusive employers find quality candidates.

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PINEVILLE – After several months of construction, Spare Time Entertainment will open its 16th location in August within the old Dick’s Sporting Goods building across from the Carolina Place mall.