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Thursday, July 18, 2024

CaroMont’s mounting prestige

Gastonia’s CaroMont Health foresees an independent future as it faces off against larger neighboring rivals. With what felt like a grizzly in his chest, Jim...

City Kitch’s shared values

Todd Collins sees community kitchens as a smart niche as food purveyors face a shifting market. It wasn’t long before chef Sam Diminich’s newly launched...

Pillars of North Carolina: Eva Clayton

Eva Clayton, the first Black woman to represent North Carolina in Congress, has had a lifelong passion for boosting rural America. In 1992, Democrat Eva...

2021 North Carolina’s Best Hospitals

Our annual list of North Carolina’s best hospitals examines data compiled from several sources to determine which medical centers provide the best care for...

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