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Athletes and singers from Charlotte

Charlotte is the largest city in the US state of North Carolina and the 20th most populous in the United States, being located in Mecklenburg County. Daniel Stephen Jones III was born on May 27, 1997, in Charlotte, North Carolina. His nickname is Danny Dimes.
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Hoffman planning July 4th fireworks show

HOFFMAN — The Town of Hoffman is planning a full slate of Fourth of July activities, including a fireworks show, for the first time, town leaders confirmed Friday. This event makes two major fireworks shows in Richmond County this — the other being held at The Berry Patch off of U.S. 220 on July 3 — after COVID-19 and financial strife forced the cancellation of the Ellerbe Lion Club’s and City of Hamlet’s annual fireworks shows both this year and last year.
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Crystal Ball Forecast: Top 2022 target to NC State

Earlier this week, I put in my Crystal Ball for four-star running back Michael Allen to commit to NC State in the 2022 class. Following his first visit to Raleigh for an unofficial following the dead period, I've increased my confidence level for the Wolfpack target to come to NC State.
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Summer camps to return at N.C. Wesleyan

Looking for fun activities for the kids over break? You’re in luck. N.C. Wesleyan College will be hosting various youth camps for ages 4-19 this summer. While COVID-19 threw a wrench in our plans and disrupted last year, summer 2021 is in full swing, with appropriate precautions in place. Our...
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WATCH: Philip Rivers talks to NC State football team about competitiveness

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Over the years, Dave Doeren and the NC State administration have done a great job of bringing back alumni to speak with the current team and inspire them during the grueling offseason. And it doesn't just happen to be former players under Doeren, as we've seen several famous Wolfpack players from previous regimes return home during his time in Raleigh.
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CAMP SPECIAL: 2 months of Pack Pride for $1!

NC State's heating up on the recruiting trail and the visits are far from over. So, there's no better time to join Pack Pride for the best coverage of State football, basketball and athletics anywhere, which is why we're offering your first two month of Pack Pride VIP access for only $1!
Aberdeen, NCRocky Mount Telegram

Elisha "E.J." Jerome Faircloth

Elisha “E.J.” Jerome Faircloth, age 74 of Aberdeen passed away on Tuesday, June 8, 2021 at his home in Aberdeen. E.J. was born on December 16, 1946 in Nash County, NC to the late Robert Carlton Faircloth and Alipia Odessa Cockrell Faircloth. E.J. served his country in the United States Air Force. He retired from the Federal Aviation Administration as an Air Traffic Controller and Quality Assurance Manager. He was awarded Captain of the First Flight from the NC Department of Transportation. E.J. was a retired youth pastor and loved working with youth in the community. Those who knew E.J. would remember him for his love of basketball, both playing on the court, coaching youth church leagues and even proposing to the love of his life, Deborah on the basketball court. He loved his community and was awarded the Order of the Longleaf Pine. He was so proud of his granddaughter Rebekah and loved to play Chess with her. He wouldn’t let her win, he made her earn her win. He homeschooled his granddaughter Rebekah during her 11th grade year at a critical time that she needed his support. He was a fine husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Deborah Hughes Faircloth; his daughter, Jennifer Faircloth Sumner (Holly) of Aberdeen; his granddaughter, Rebekah Kate Bowles of Aberdeen; his son-in-law, Commissioner Bryan Keith Bowles of Aberdeen; grandchildren: Lillian and Savannah Higginbotham, Hannah Hayden and Alana Cruz. He is also survived by his sisters: Anne Meyer (Jim) of Grifton, NC and Pamela Susi (Peter) of Winterville, NC; brother-in-law, G.C. Hughes (Margarette) of Fayetteville, NC; four nephews: Robert Derek Rogers of Grifton, NC; Jon Rogers (Carrie) of Madison, AL; Geoffrey Rogers of Ft. Payne, AL; Trey Weaver (Anna) of Greeneville, NC; nieces: Lauren Weaver of Winterville, NC and Lauren Morelli of Tampa, FL; great-nephews: Alessio Rogers, Wyatt Rogers and Dylan McKenna and a great-niece, Stella Rogers. A funeral service will be held on Friday, June 11, 2021 at 11 a.m. at Page United Methodist Church in Aberdeen with Rev. Mamie Alley and Rev. G.C. Hughes officiating. Burial will follow at 3 p.m. at Pineview Cemetery in Rocky Mount, NC. Memorial contributions may be made to Shriners Children’s Hospital, 2900 Rocky Point Dr., Tampa, FL 33607. Online condolences may be made at www.bolesfuneralhome.com Services entrusted to Boles Funeral Home of Southern Pines.
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2022 Rankings: New Faces in the Ranks, Part III

The 2022 rankings in the state of North Carolina have been updated following the spring grassroots season. Here’s a look at Part III of the New Faces in the rankings. King is an emerging sharpshooter with a ton of promise in the 2022 class. He’s been a face in the York County Legends backcourt that’s had his way on the grassroots scene knocking down shots on the perimeter and creating tough finishes off the bounce. He’s a face at Independence due for a breakout senior year.
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2022 Rankings: A Look at the Stock Risers, Part III

The 2022 rankings in the state of North Carolina have been updated following the spring grassroots season. Here’s a look at Part III of the Stock Risers in the rankings. Cook is a lights-out sharpshooter that continues to improve as an all-around scorer and perimeter threat with CC Elite. He had a productive high school season and hasn’t skipped a beat in bolstering the wing support for his club team on the grassroots stage. As he continues to climb, look for college coaches to start recruiting him more.
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2022 Rankings: Underrecruited Names in the State, Part III

The 2022 rankings have been updated in the state of North Carolina. Here's a look at Part III of the Underrecruited Names in the state. Atwell is a prospect that’s developed as a nice perimeter shooting threat due to make waves in his senior season at Providence Day. He’s already shown to be a solid combination on the wing with Michael Zanoni . Radford, UNC-Greensboro, ETSU, Winthrop and Bucknell have offered him already but look for his recruitment to heat up some more this July.
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2022 Rankings: A Look at the Stock Risers, Part II

The 2022 rankings have been updated following the spring grassroots slate. Here's a look at Part II of some of the Stock Risers in the state of North Carolina. French native Essandoko was a new face in the state of North Carolina not too long ago and after adjusting to the American game at Winston-Salem Christian and his stock has risen quite nicely in the Team Curry rotation. He's a post prospect that's shown promise as a rebounder and paint presence on both ends. He also can knock down shots on the perimeter as well, making him quite the versatile threat. Illinois, Pittsburgh and Maryland are some of the latest schools to offer him.
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Elisha J. Faircloth

Elisha “E.J.” Jerome Faircloth, 74, of Aberdeen, passed away Tuesday, June 8, 2021, at his home. E.J. was born Dec. 16, 1946, in Nash County, to the late Robert Carlton Faircloth and Alipia Odessa Cockrell Faircloth. E.J. served his country in the U.S. Air Force. He retired from the Federal Aviation Administration as an air traffic controller and quality assurance manager. He was awarded “Captain of the First Flight” from the N.C. Department of Transportation.