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The Charlotte-Mecklenburg school board voted Tuesday to close 60 after-school care sites in April, citing the impact of the pandemic.
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Old factory complexes across North Carolina are finding new lives. But in downtown Davidson, developers for years have tried to redevelop an aging cotton mill without success. That's because cancer-causing asbestos is buried on the site.

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