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    Deeming, Charlotte Faye

    GREENSBORO Charlotte Faye Johnson Deeming, 82, passed April 11, 2018, at her daughters home in Stokesdale under the care provided by her daughter Angie, her doctor, Dr. Carol Webb and Hospice of Greensboro. A private graveside service will be held Wednesday, April 18, 2018, at Guilford Memorial Park in Greensboro at 12 p.m. A resident of Greensboro, Faye was born on September 12, 1935 in Greensboro .

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    Housing market starting annual spring forward

    Spring has arrived and warmer temperatures typically mean the housing sale market emerges from a winter dormancy. CAPITAL REGION — Home buyers, sellers and brokers are gearing up for spring, as the weather finally breaks and gray-brown front yards start to turn lush again. The traditional winter lull isn’t as quiet as it used to be, though, particularly in the Capital Region housing market, where demand has been exceeding supply

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    NMS Properties, Inc.: Neil Shekhter – Some of the Most Popular Cities for Every Age

    SANTA MONICA, CA / ACCESSWIRE / March 21, 2018 / Per Neil Shekhter there are those destinations that all ages can enjoy. From the families with children on one hip to the older retiree generations. There are some places that everyone will enjoy no matter who they are and how old they are. Every generation has its own name. From the baby boomers to the millennials there is a place for everyone.

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    NC State’s Keatts aims to keep building on strong 1st year

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Kevin Keatts’ first North Carolina State squad took a bigger step than anyone expected. His program must now maintain that footing. N.C. State (21-12) had been picked to finish 12th in the Atlantic Coast Conference and Keatts had talked about spending his first season building a foundation for his long-term approach. Yet the Wolfpack exceeded expectations right away, returning to the NCAA Tournament after a 2-year absence before losing to Seton Hall in Thursday’s first round in Wichita, Kansas.

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    Well-Trained Workforce Top Priority For NC Gov. Cooper

    NC Gov. Roy Cooper tours Siemens Energy plant in Charlotte In a Tuesday visit to Charlotte, North Carolina – a city still stinging from not making the finalist list for Amazon’s second headquarters – Gov. Roy Cooper said having a well-trained and high-tech workforce is his administration’s number one priority. Cooper made the statement during a tour of Siemens Energy, where he met Central Piedmont Community College students working as apprentices.

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    Inmates get more video visits, but NC sheriff’s opponents say it’s still not enough

    The Charlotte Observer MECKLENBURG COUNTY, N.C. — Sheriff Irwin Carmichael has tweaked a controversial policy that lets Mecklenburg County jail inmates receive visits from family and friends only through video screens. The video-only policy took effect in October 2016, after the county contracted for video services by Virginia-based GTL. The company paid the system’s $1.7 million installation costs but keeps the revenues it earns from paid, online visits.