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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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Park bids get green light

CORNELIUS – Since residents asked for more waterfront activities, town commissioners are trying to deliver however they can. A proposed swimming hole off Lake Norman is still out of their hands right now. But thanks to progress made during an April 21 board meeting, the town is on its way to… read more about Park bids get green light

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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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People person

Incoming police chief talks about job, role models HUNTERSVILLE – Cleveland Spruill is still a few weeks away from starting his new job as Huntersville’s police chief, but the outgoing Alexandria, Va., deputy chief is excited about the move. Spruill spoke with The Herald Weekly about… read more about People person

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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