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Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools employees paid by Mecklenburg County will get the same raise as their state-paid colleagues after county commissioners voted Wednesday to give CMS $12.2 million for the...
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CHARLOTTE, NC (Andrew Dunn/The Charlotte Observer) - The John M. Belk Endowment announced Wednesday that it has given $2.3 million to Central Piedmont Community College to help the school better...
2014/09/17 00:59
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With an eye toward potentially bigger things in the future, Charlotte’s United Soccer Leagues Pro soccer franchise will change hands Wednesday. Pro lacrosse executive Jim McPhilliamy is heading a...
2014/09/16 01:55
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CHARLOTTE, NC (Andrew Dunn/The Charlotte Observer) - Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools would use part of the money raised by a proposed county sales tax increase to shore up pay increases for veteran...
2014/09/12 23:55
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Local education advocacy group, MeckEd, is stepping up to run the campaign to help pass the sales tax referendum. Voters will decide in November if they want to increase their sales tax by .25% to...
2014/09/12 21:58
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On the Nov. 4 ballot, the referendum to raise Mecklenburg County’s sales tax by a quarter penny will read like this: “Local sales and use tax at the rate of one-quarter percent (0.25%) in addition to...
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Leaders in Charlotte public and higher education said Friday that there needs to be better collaboration between the two sides as early as elementary school to ensure students are ready to succeed in...
2014/09/12 13:51
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Where does a man turn if he is struggling with spiritual, financial, familial or some other type of issues? The congregation and leaders of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Charlotte are hoping they will...
2014/09/10 16:01
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Charlotte-Mecklenburg police will hold a news conference Wednesday afternoon after receiving complaints about a man approaching women in several neighborhoods just outside of uptown. According to...
2014/09/06 00:01
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The city is dealing with a rising price tag for the Charlotte streetcar project to build the next phase of it and officials are still studying ways to pay to operate it once it is built. One option...
2014/09/04 04:33
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Salisbury Post Pfeiffer University welcomes new faculty With the start of the 2014-15 academic year, Pfeiffer University announces the addition of 10 full-time faculty members, including six...
2014/09/03 15:58
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A German company and officials at Central Piedmont Community College announced an agreement Wednesday that will bring the company’s North American training center to the college’s Central Campus in...
2014/09/03 02:55
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CHARLOTTE, NC (Andrew Dunn/The Charlotte Observer) - After years of working to prepare at-risk children for college, the leaders of Kennedy Charter in Charlotte have landed on a new approach: moving...
2014/08/31 21:58
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Katrina Watson, a member of the judicial system in the Charlotte area for nearly two decades, has been named chief magistrate for the judicial district covering Mecklenburg County. Watson’s...
2014/08/31 04:58
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Eric Bussey says the world he once knew – the one centered on his job as a loan specialist with Wells Fargo – vanished in March 2013 when the bank laid him off. Unable to find full-time work, he...
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CHARLOTTE, NC (The Charlotte Observer) - For two decades local government has turned to targeted sales taxes to help fund special projects – a convention center, football stadium renovations, a new...
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More than 15 people stood in from of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department on 5th Street Saturday chanting “hands up, don’t shoot,” “end police brutality now” and “the people united will never...
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Aug. 26--A tax break on jet fuel costs North Carolina $10 million in revenue every year, a union that represents thousands of airport workers said Tuesday as it kicked off a new push to end such tax...
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2014/08/21 18:58
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The Arts & Science Council board has overwhelmingly endorsed Mecklenburg County’s sales tax referendum, joining a gradually growing list of organizations that will be campaigning to win voter approval...
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