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2287
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Using figures from the U.S. Department of Commerce, the Employment Security Commission, and the N.C. Department of Revenue, Greenville economist Dr. James Kleckley, has projected growth rates for the state's 100 counties up to the year 2000.
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2340
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The tort reform movement in the General Assembly will limit punitive damage awards to the victims of dangerous products or company negligence. Opponents question whether such reform will really benefit victims and not companies who put profit over safety.
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Independent Weekly (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57 [volumes 13 - 23 on microfilm]), Vol. 13 Issue 23, June 1995, p11-13, il Periodical Website
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2556
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Twenty-one planned or in-progress projects, including the Carolina Panther NFL Stadium, Farmers Market, NationsBank, and Ivey Townhomes, are transforming uptown Charlotte.
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North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 53 Issue 10, Oct 1995, p14,16,18-19, il
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2783
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The obituaries column lists the following individuals who made significant contributions to North Carolina literature: Richard Gaither Walser and Frank Roy Johnson.
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2947
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The Appalachian Cultural Museum at Appalachian State University portrays the area's cultural heritage. The museum mounts exhibits on folklife, publishes a monthly newsletter, sponsors educational trips to mountain sites, and fosters research.
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3053
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Watauga County is the state's third largest Christmas-tree-growing county. The 1995 harvest of around 700,000 trees accounts for forty-two percent of the county's $34.5 million farm income.
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North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 54 Issue 9, Sept 1996, p36-37
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24350
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Charlotte is known as a development hub in North Carolina, which has helped its economy to grow continuously. Various companies have helped bolster the nation’s sixth-largest distribution center.
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24942
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There is growing concern that the integrity of the Coulwood area of Charlotte will be lost if it is allowed to be developed. Its vast difference from the more urban portions of Charlotte is what makes it unique.
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27633
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Chantilly is a small, suburban-like neighborhood between Plaza Midwood and Elizabeth in Uptown Charlotte. Many Charlotteans do not even know the neighborhood exists, but those who live there want to stay due to its seclusion, older homes, and quiet streets.
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28593
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In a new series of dinners taking place around Charlotte, black chefs in the city aim to put an end to stereotypes and show their range in the kitchen. A recent Soul Food Sessions dinner explored African food with six African-American chefs working in the south cooking together for the meal. The black chefs knew they would be stereotyped and guests would expect them to cook soul food, and so they did. Each chef is profiled, their reasons for cooking are shared, and the reason for the dish selection is detailed.
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28591
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Charlotte is on pace for more than 100 homicides for the first time in nearly a quarter-century. The reasons for the rise in crime are struggling to be explained. Reasons may be linked to the rise in the epidemic of heroin and opioid addiction, less aggressive police tactics, a decline in incarceration rates, or any combination of all, some, or none of these reasons.