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MONROE — Hospice of Union County and Hospice of Anson County hosted a memorial walk on Tuesday (Nov. 16). The walk was held in the memorial garden at Hospice of Union County in Monroe.

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WAXHAW — Like many towns across the nation, Waxhaw celebrated and honored its veterans with an event held downtown at 11 a.m. on Thursday (Nov. 11). Veterans Day honors those who have served in the U.S. military at any given time.

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MONROE — The City of Monroe will hold the 12th annual Warbirds Over Monroe Air Show Nov. 6-7. This family-friendly annual event will feature WWII aircraft, reenactors, children’s activities and vendors at the Charlotte-Monroe Executive Airport.

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Fall colors in the North Carolina mountains are on display in this aerial photo from Grandfather Mountain’s Linville Peak. For more fall color photos, visit grandfather.com/fallcolor.

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UNION COUNTY — The Union County Extension Center and the Extension Master Gardener Volunteers will host the Union County Heritage Festival and Wild Turkey 5K on Saturday, September 18 at the Union County Agriculture Center in conjunction with the 4-H Expo. The 2021 Heritage Festival theme is…

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Tree leaves can substantially reduce the amount and quality of sunlight reaching turfgrass. Food reserves of plants growing in very dense shade are typically drained, resulting in weak plants. Shade varies with the season, the characteristics of the trees, and where trees are located on the …

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The Carolina Green Industry Network (CGIN) is a professional networking group of those in the landscaping business that serves the Charlotte region, including Union County. Members include turfgrass professionals, landscape design professionals, irrigation professionals, professional arboris…

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After a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Pleasant Grove Campground will kick-off its annual camp meeting on Saturday, July 17. The week-long gathering, which traces its origins to 1829, is now held each year in July and attended by “tent” owners and their families.