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The monumental project will ‘turbocharge’ VA tourism

The monumental project will ‘turbocharge’ VA tourism

ERIC TERRY The travel and tourism industry is an integral part of Virginia’s economy – generating tens of billions in both direct visitor spending and significant jobs. In 2022 alone, Virginia’s tourism industry generated $30.3 billion in visitor spending, a record for the Commonwealth. Perhaps most importantly, we are poised to continue growing as the

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Joining Art in Mind benefiting Cabarrus’ art and mental health efforts

Joining Art in Mind benefiting Cabarrus’ art and mental health efforts

FROM STAFF REPORTS CONCORD – As downtown Concord grows, so do the options for entertainment on a weeknight. The Cabarrus Arts Council and Central Carolina Mental Health America (MHA) are adding a first-of-its-kind event for art lovers, Art in Mind, on Thursday, February 29, from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. at Historic Cabarrus County Courthouse and

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‘Aloha spirit’ clashes with ‘federally mandated’ gun lifestyle, Hawaii Supreme Court says

‘Aloha spirit’ clashes with ‘federally mandated’ gun lifestyle, Hawaii Supreme Court says

Home Daily News ‘Spirit of Aloha’ clashes with ‘federally… Second Amendment ‘Aloha spirit’ clashes with ‘federally mandated’ gun lifestyle, Hawaii Supreme Court says By Debra Cassens Weiss February 13, 2024, 12:47 pm CST The Hawaii Supreme Court has upheld state laws that generally prohibit carrying guns in public in an opinion criticizing the U.S. Supreme

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The legislator zeroes out the increase in property insurance premiums

The legislator zeroes out the increase in property insurance premiums

Oklahoma is pretty much a disaster. At least, that’s how it seems to the insurance industry. Oklahoma has had 52 natural disasters since 2000, the most in the U.S., according to insurer Recoop. And that doesn’t count any of the man-made earthquakes that have rocked the state since 2009. And that’s why property insurance premiums

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As a black business owner in the 1930s, NJ Harris left his mark on Chandler

As a black business owner in the 1930s, NJ Harris left his mark on Chandler

In the 1930s, it was difficult for a black-owned business to thrive, let alone survive. Jim Crow laws were widespread throughout the country, restricting black people from having access to many countries and being able to own property. But that didn’t stop NJ Harris from establishing one of the first black-owned businesses in Chandler, which

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