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WBTV Charlotte
Old rules apply for early primary votingTwelve days before polling places open all over Mecklenburg County for early vo
Old rules apply for early primary voting
WBTV Charlotte / Posted yesterday
Twelve days before polling places open all over Mecklenburg County for early voting, Central Piedmont Community College will be the center of Charlotte's political world. It is the only spot where you can vote early in Mecklenburg County prior to... Read more
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The Charlotte Post
Mayoral field share city visionWhat makes Charlotte’s mayoral candidates tick politically? Six contenders are
Mayoral field share city vision
The Charlotte Post / Posted yesterday
What makes Charlotte’s mayoral candidates tick politically? Six contenders are vying for their party nomination in the Sept. 15 primary. They all have campaign platforms to reach voters. At The Post’s inaugural Pancakes & Politics forum, they shared... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Record amount raised for Charlotte's mayoral primaryThe Charlotte mayoral race is starting to heat up, and September’s primary is j
Record amount raised for Charlotte's mayoral primary
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 4 days ago
The Charlotte mayoral race is starting to heat up, and September’s primary is just two weeks away. According to a poll from WBTV's news partners at The Charlotte Observer, Republican Edwin Peacock leads Scott Stone, 44 to 26 percent. Jennifer... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
RCCC group taking part in NASA grant competitionRowan-Cabarrus Community College is honored to announce they were one of four c
RCCC group taking part in NASA grant competition
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 12 days ago
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College is honored to announce they were one of four colleges selected to participate in the N.C. Space Grant Team Design Challenge and Competition. “This was a great opportunity for work-based learning and provided a great... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Fire that forced CPCC building to close was 'set on purpose,' investigators sayInvestigators say a fire that caused a Central Piedmont Community College campu
Fire that forced CPCC building to close was 'set on purpose,' investigators say
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 14 days ago
Investigators say a fire that caused a Central Piedmont Community College campus building to close Friday afternoon was "set on purpose." The Central High building on CPCC's Central Campus closed around 1:30 p.m. after reports of smoke in a bathroom... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Mecklenburg County plans to protect vandalized Confederate monumentCHARLOTTE, NC (Jonathan McFadden/The Charlotte Observer) - After paying twice
Mecklenburg County plans to protect vandalized Confederate monument
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 26 days ago
CHARLOTTE, NC (Jonathan McFadden/The Charlotte Observer) - After paying twice to clean a Confederate monument defaced near Central Piedmont Community College, Mecklenburg County plans to find ways to safeguard the historic pillar against future... Read more
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19 Action News Cleveland
Confederate monument vandalized with names of Charleston church shooting victimsA Confederate monument in Charlotte has been vandalized for the second time in
Confederate monument vandalized with names of Charleston church shooting victims
19 Action News Cleveland / Posted a month ago
A Confederate monument in Charlotte has been vandalized for the second time in three weeks. The Confederate monument on North Kings Drive, between the Grady Cole Center and Memorial Stadium, was spray painted with vandalism on both sides. The... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Charlotte's Broadcast Hall of Fame expanded after race controversyThe committee for Charlotte's new Broadcast Hall of Fame has expanded the inaug
Charlotte's Broadcast Hall of Fame expanded after race controversy
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 1 months ago
The committee for Charlotte's new Broadcast Hall of Fame has expanded the inaugural class after controversy erupted when no African-Americans were named in the initial group. "During the past week, we’ve had honest and considerate conversations with... Read more

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