Live Awesome Flag Football Tourney set for its third year.
In retrospect, it seems so obvious. What to do, the question was being considered, to honor the life of a highly admired young man, acknowledge his unique fight against an even more unique cancer, and raise money for cancer research all at the same time?
First Baptist-Huntersville to remove 50-year-old mementos.
Fifty years ago, a young pastor and members of his congregation marked the completion of their church's new sanctuary by sealing mementos in the building's cornerstone.
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By Lynette Rinker sees an ulterior agenda in the Connect Our Future consortium, and while she doesn't appear to have made any real progress in convincing her fellow Cornelius commissioners of skeletons lurking in closets, they have agreed to take a pause in following their fellow north Mecklenburg colleagues in approving a memorandum of understanding (MOU) required to participate.