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Loose leaf collection in Concord begins in November

Loose leaf collection in Concord begins in November

Although bagged leaves, grass, and other yard waste are picked up year-round, loose leaf collection offers residents the extra convenience of simply raking leaf piles to the curb. Be a good neighbor—don’t put leaves out too early. If residents cannot wait until their next loose leaf cycle to have leaves collected, they should simply bag… Keep Reading

Concord Mills to host family-friendly Halloween events

Concord Mills to host family-friendly Halloween events

Concord Mills invites the community to a Halloween-themed Disney Junior Play Date. Aimed at entertaining and delighting children of all ages, the event will take place on October 26 from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. and will feature activities inspired by some of Disney Junior’s most popular television series including Vampirina, Puppy Dog Pals, and T.O.T.S…… Keep Reading

TPG signs 10-year deal with N.C. Independent School Athletic Association

TPG signs 10-year deal with N.C. Independent School Athletic Association

CONCORD—The North Carolina Independent School Athletic Association (NCISAA) has signed a new 10-year partnership with Teall Properties Group (TPG), a multimedia and marketing management company for high schools, as the exclusive agent for strategic business partnerships, athletic sponsorships, and multimedia rights. Under the partnership, TPG will work with the NCISAA to develop business relationships to… Keep Reading

Steve Torrence races to NHRA Top Fuel win

CONCORD, N.C. (AP) – Steve Torrence beat Doug Kalitta in the Top Fuel final on Monday and took over the points lead at the 12th NTK NHRA Carolina Nationals at zMAX Dragway. Torrence, the defending champion, won the event for the second straight year with a final run of 3.772 seconds at 323.19 mph. It was Torrence’s… Keep Reading

Wide open spaces: Transportation officials hear public feedback on Poplar Tent Road widening project

Wide open spaces: Transportation officials hear public feedback on Poplar Tent Road widening project

Wide open spaces: Transportation officials hear public feedback on Poplar Tent Road widening project CONCORD – As traffic flow will to continue to increase throughout Concord, the North Carolina Department of Transportation is working on ways to accommodate it with its proposed widening plan along Poplar Tent Road. Transportation officials listened to feedback, concerns and… Keep Reading

Charlotte seafood processor, distributor to relocate to Concord

Charlotte seafood processor, distributor to relocate to Concord

Charlotte seafood processor, distributor to relocate to Concord CONCORD – A seafood processor and distributor will relocate from Charlotte to Concord. Concord City Council motioned to approve Inland Seafood’s move into an existing building on Westmoreland Drive NW off of Derita Road in Concord…… Click here to view original web page at www.independenttribune.com Keep Reading

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