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Mecklenburg school administrator departs for Isle of Wight

Mecklenburg County assistant superintendent of schools Heather Tuck has resigned, following former superintendent James Thornton to Isle of Wight Schools.

Belk buyers stress desire to build on its traditions

Charlotte, N.C. retailer with local store – and historic South Boston ties – sells to private equity firm for $3 bill

Cancer Association moves to new Halifax office

Main Street location acquired with the help of late anonymous patient

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Dragons still the Kings, by a whisker

Park View gridders lay claim to county bragging rights with late comeback to thwart Barons

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State Police: Creekside fire accidental

Investigators say the fire at historic Creekside on River Road — home to the mother of Del. James Edmunds — appears purely accidental.

SUMMER THEATRE: Prizery won’t take no for an answer

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$5,000 raised in 2 days with goal of $25,000

Governor pushes dual-enrollment, to Stapleton’s delight

Labor Day proposal also gets thumbs-up

County native Michelle Jones, housing director, to speak at King event

Michelle Dixon Jones will be the guest speaker on Monday, Jan. 16 at the L. E. Coleman African American Museum’s Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Breakfast Celebration. The event will be held at The Prizery beginning at 8 a.m.

Halifax opts not to pay Convergence Guild rent

Halifax Town Council Tuesday night authorized Town Manager Carl Espy to send a letter to the owner of the Convergence Guild building to provide notice that the Town will not exercise its option to lease the building after July 31.

Trustees to meet to hash out early retirement options

Chief Financial Officer Bill Covington told school board members that rewarding benefits to retirees has proven to be a cost savings since employees who retire are paid at a higher rate than those newly hired. He termed it “a win-win-win situation.”

Washington-Coleman Phase I completed

Ribbon-cutting likely as early as next week

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