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Beatriz Adrianna Guevara of the Charlotte (N.C.) Mecklenburg Library was named as one of 10 librarians recognized for service to their communities, schools and campuses as winners of the Carnegie Corporation of New York/New York Times I Love My Librarian Award.
The Carolinas Carrousel Parade, which celebrated its 65th anniversary this year, has been included in US News & World Reports 2012 list of Americas Best Thanksgiving Day Parades.
A seepage of coal ash into Lake Wylie and Mountain Island Lake raised concern for an environmental group but not to the utility in charge of them.
Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation plans to add public swimming access at Ramsey Creek Park on Lake Norman.
Riversweep on Lake Wylie continues to set records.
An open house is coming soon for the Steele Creek police station at N.C. 49 and Westinghouse Boulevard.
Robby Byrum is going fishing.
Possible needs including the upcoming Democratic National Convention in Charlotte were at the heart of prep runs last week for Carolinas MED-1, a virtual hospital on wheels.
A last-minute plan to house the homeless who might be displaced during the Democratic National Convention has many in the faith community scrambling for volunteers.
Residents line up to make money from convention visitors