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2014/10/23 22:59
2014/10/23 22:59
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Election officials reported long lines at polling places Thursday on the first day of early voting. Mecklenburg County elections director Michael Dickerson said around 200 people had lined up at...
2014/10/23 22:59
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2014/10/23 15:59
2014/10/23 15:59
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Davie Hinshaw - dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com DeAndre Etherly, 32, and Bertha Easterling, 67 were among the people taking advantage of the first day of early voting in Charlotte at the Central...
2014/10/22 23:59
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For years, teachers across North Carolina have been told one thing and shown another. They’ve been told the job they do is critical, that they are an essential part of our children’s future. Yet when...
2014/10/22 11:59
2014/10/22 11:59
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Mecklenburg County is offering 21 early-voting locations for the Nov. 4 general election. Early voting runs Oct. 23 to Nov. 1. Don't live in Mecklenburg? Find early-voting sites for your county by...
2014/10/22 00:59
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In a debate on Tuesday, the two men competing to be the next Mecklenburg sheriff disagreed about whether the county should open satellite detention facilities in the north and south. The debate...
2014/10/21 21:58
2014/10/21 21:58
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The five candidates for three Mecklenburg County at-large commissioner seats debated education funding, job creation and taxes Tuesday morning at a debate sponsored by the League of Women Voters and...
2014/10/21 16:21
2014/10/21 16:21
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Elizabeth McCormick almost failed flight school because her instructor didn't think women should fly. Her commanding officers loved to tell her — with a sneer — “little girl, you're wasting my time."...
2014/10/20 17:55
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CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - On November 4th, voters will head to the polls to decide whether or not to increase the sales tax to support local education. The increase would support Charlotte-Mecklenburg...
2014/10/20 05:19
2014/10/20 05:19
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Sen. Kay Hagan (D-N.C.), left, and Libertarian Party candidate Sean Haugh, center, listen as Republican candidate Thom Tillis speaks during a debate at WECT studios in Wilmington, N.C., on Oct. 9....
2014/10/20 01:01
2014/10/20 01:01
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It's just 16 days before Election Day. Early voting across North Carolina begins Thursday. You can expect both candidates vying for the U.S. Senate seat to crisscross the state this week getting...
2014/10/19 21:58
2014/10/19 21:58
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Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan on Sunday defended her call for a ban on travel from countries affected by the Ebola epidemic and denied that it represented a change of position. Hagan was asked about a...
2014/10/19 10:55
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ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) - U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan is picking up the pace on her retail politics in the final two weeks of her re-election campaign. The Greensboro Democrat planned what she called a "North...
2014/10/16 23:58
2014/10/16 23:58
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Add the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Association of Educators to the growing list of organizations endorsing a sales tax-raising referendum on the Nov. 4 ballot that would boost teacher pay. If approved by...
2014/10/12 00:58
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As strong supporters of education, arts, libraries and economic opportunity, we urge voters to vote for the Mecklenburg County Sales and Use Tax increaseon Election Day. Why? The increase will...
2014/10/11 20:58
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After surviving roadblocks in the legislature and at home, a Nov. 4 referendum to raise the local sales tax by a quarter-cent primarily to raise teacher pay will get its ultimate test – from...
2014/10/09 22:58
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Speaking at a Charlotte breakfast forum Thursday, former Gov. Jim Hunt urged the community to do more to improve teacher pay, saying the state was falling behind in a critical area. “We will do what...
2014/10/08 23:55
2014/10/08 23:55
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A shortage of counselors at Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) is causing some delays. It now takes about two weeks for students to see a counselor. Once a student makes an appointment and...
2014/10/07 21:51
2014/10/07 21:51
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For the first time in its 147-year history, Johnson C. Smith University is going tobacco-free. JCSU’s ban takes effect on Jan. 1, 2015 and covers all campus properties and vehicles. Smoking in...
2014/10/07 00:58
2014/10/07 00:58
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T. ORTEGA GAINES - ogaines@charlotteobserver.com Central Piedmont Community College President Tony Zeiss signs the steel beam before it’s lifted in place on the structure of the new building. CPCC,...
2014/09/30 14:58
2014/09/30 14:58
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Bank of America is giving $500,000 to Central Piedmont Community College over five years to support the school’s “Legacy and Promise” capital campaign and its programming for military veterans. The...
2014/10/23 22:59
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