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Vance high football coach Aaron Brand is leaving the school six months after leading the Cougars to their first state championship game

North Carolina had to rebid contracts after Hurricane Matthew, slowing spending of a major federal grant to help with housing. Less than 5 percent of the money has been spent more than two years after the storm.

A SC woman was charged with assault & battery for stabbing her boyfriend when he started masturbating after she turned down his sexual advances, then said he stabbed himself, the Union County Sheriff said.

Former Missouri Tigers football player Jordan Harold was spotted outside the Carolina Panthers’ facilities on Monday asking for a tryout with the team while offering for his payment to come in chicken wings.

Dozens of African American woman and others protested the planned opening of Parenthood’s new Charlotte clinic. The clinic will allow the group to perform abortions in Charlotte for the first time in decades.

The Carolina Panthers will get $115 million in state tax discounts from South Carolina when the Charlotte-based NFL team moves its headquarters and practice facilities across the N.C. border and to Rock Hill.

Vice President Mike Pence will participate in a kickoff event for the 2020 Republican National Convention in Charlotte. Pence will also visit Parkdale Mills, a textile company, and headline Greensboro fundraiser.

Charlotte Pipe and Foundry is considering York and Stanley counties for its future home. The longtime manufacturer has not made any decisions about whether to move out of uptown Charlotte, despite rumors.

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A Greenville, South Carolina man accidentally shot and killed his daughter when he thought she was an intruder, the coroner said. He’s been charged after police found cocaine and heroin at the scene, cops say.

Kuester Management Group outlines ways that HOAs can promote safety within their communities this summer from safe pool practices to increased awareness
Summer is a favorite time of year for many people because it means warmer weather, more daylight hours, family vacations, and outdoor get-togethers. With an increase in activity, the HOA should take steps to enhance safety throughout the community to create a more enjoyable…