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News Briefs - Week of 10/4

Hopewell projects helps Howder earn Eagle rank HUNTERSVILLE – Zachary Howder, of Huntersville Boy Scouts of America Troop 156, earned Eagle Scout Ranking after completing a project near the athletic fields of Hopewell High School. His project involved building and pouring concrete stairs on… read more about News Briefs - Week of 10/4

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Girls Scouts help hungry

CHARLOTTE – Girl Scout Troops in Huntersville, Cornelius and Davidson plan to collect canned goods for Loaves & Fishes, an emergency food pantry program that serves the Lake Norman area. Troops will go door-to-door to collect non-perishable food items on the morning of Oct. 12 as part of its “A… read more about Girls Scouts help hungry

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Roadwork ahead

INFOBOX: Other notable projects Here are a few other local projects planned for completion by 2025: • Widening Washam Potts Road to Sam Furr Road ($25.3 million) • Widening West Catawba Avenue to Northcross Drive ($29.2 million) • Improving the interchange at Interstate 77 and West… read more about Roadwork ahead

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NewsBriefs - Week of 9/27

A sweet 16 gesture Jessica White, of Huntersville, celebrated her 16th birthday by telling friends not to bring her presents. Instead, she encouraged them to donate supplies for a friend and his unit serving in Afghanistan. The Hough High School student sent 15 large boxes of goodies to Phil… read more about NewsBriefs - Week of 9/27

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Obituaries - Week of 9-27

Colene Worley Deaton CORNELIUS – Colene Worley Deaton, 82, died Sept. 17, 2013. She was born Dec. 27, 1931, in Centre, Ala. She was preceded in death by her first husband, G.L. Deaton Jr.; birth mother and father, Tip Worley; step-mother, Tempie; and son-in-law, Mike. Deaton retired… read more about Obituaries - Week of 9-27

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Recruiting companies

Economic development sites Cornelius leaders showed N.C. Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker eight potential economic development opportunities during a bus tour. Sites are as follows: • Augustalee, 110 acres • Mayes property, 90 acres • Bing property, 86 acres • Cooke Farms, 82… read more about Recruiting companies

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9/11 relic

SUBHEAD: Fire department showcases steel from terrorist attack  CORNELIUS – A piece of steel from the World Trade Center was unveiled at the Cornelius Fire Station 1 on the 12-year anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. Cornelius resident Harry Saake sought out a piece of steel when he… read more about 9/11 relic