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  3. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police is currently short 44 telecommunicators, department spokeswoman Amanda Aycock said. CMPD is allocated 126 telecommunicators, but the department is allowed to hire 20...

  4. Amazon Increases Tuition Reimbursement - AOL

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    The e-commerce giant has been offering a $3,000 annual tuition stipend and has now raised that to $5,250. It’s a generous offer and one that might be best for employees looking to study part-time...

  5. Over 150 Charlotte workers to lose their jobs as logistics ...

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    LGSTX is an aviation services company that offers cargo facilities and aircraft maintenance, air cargo transportation services and other air logistics needs, according to its website. Its...

  6. ‘You get what you show up for.’ Early voting in Charlotte ...

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    An analysis by Catawba College political science professor Michael Bitzer found Democrats have overperformed in turnout. While they make up 46% of Charlotte’s electorate, about 56% of early voters...

  7. Alamance County, North Carolina - Wikipedia

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    Alamance County, North Carolina. /  36.04°N 79.4°W  / 36.04; -79.4. Alamance County ( / ˈæləmæns / ( listen)) [2] is a county in North Carolina. As of the 2020 census, the population was 171,415. [3] Its county seat is Graham. [4] Formed in 1849 from Orange County to the east, Alamance County has been the site of significant ...

  8. Barber–Scotia College - Wikipedia

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    Barber–Scotia College - Wikipedia Barber–Scotia College Barber–Scotia College is a private unaccredited historically black college in Concord, North Carolina. It is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA) . Contents 1 History 1.1 Scotia Seminary 1.2 1916–2004 1.3 2004–2008 1.4 2009–present 2 Athletics 3 Notable alumni 3.1 Scotia Seminary