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A new normal

Donations help Spanos to rebuild, move on from fire HUNTERSVILLE – A family whose home burned down in early January is learning to find a new normal. The Spanos made headlines then, offering appreciation for the outpouring of community support, which hasn’t subsided, and have since just… read more about A new normal

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News Briefs - Week of 4/24

Firefighters control outside fire HUNTERSVILLE – Firefighters of Huntersville’s Station 3 proactively went to a fire outside of their jurisdiction April 11 after seeing smoke in the neighborhood across from the station. Crews found a working outside fire that was spreading toward a house, but… read more about News Briefs - Week of 4/24

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News Briefs - Week of 4/17

Challenger calls out Congressman in ad MATTHEWS – Conservative Republican Mike Steinberg, who is the only primary challenger for the Ninth Congressional District, is running radio ads requesting Rep. Robert Pittenger agree to a debate. “The ninth congressional district is conservative – more… read more about News Briefs - Week of 4/17

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Convicted of murder

SUBHEAD: Conviction stems from Huntersville crash CHARLOTTE – A jury found Victor Moultry, 46, of Charlotte, guilty of murder April 4 in the February 2012 death of Paul “Red” Jones. The Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Homicide Team tried Moultry for second-degree murder, felony… read more about Convicted of murder

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News Briefs - Week of 4/10

Sow Much Good re-opens market with demonstrations CHARLOTTE – Sow Much Good re-opens its market to the community April 12 for the spring, summer and fall seasons. Serving more than 73,000 people living in urban food deserts, the farm grows and sells – at a low cost – chemical-free produce,… read more about News Briefs - Week of 4/10