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The Charlotte Post Publishing Company, Inc.       
P. O. Box 30144, Charlotte, NC 28230    
     
The Triangle Tribune   PH:  919-688-9408
115 Market Street Ste 360-G, Durham, NC 27701   FX:  919-688-2740
     
The Charlotte Post   PH:  704 376-0496
1531 Camden Road, Charlotte, NC 28203   FX:  704 342-2160

 

BUSINESS      
       
Gerald Johnson              Robert Johnson
Publisher & CEO   Publisher & GM
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Tania Johnson      
Receptionist      
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EDITORIAL          
                 
Herbert White   Bonitta Best
Editor In Chief   Managing Editor
The Charlotte Post   The Triangle Tribune
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Ashley Mahoney          
Multi-Media Journalist          
The Charlotte Post          
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PROUCTION | LAYOUT          
                 
Patrice Johnson          
Virtual Illustrations          
           

 

               
ADVERTISING          
                 
Christy McNeil   Linda Johnson
Sales & Market Manager   Account Executive
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Jeri Thompson          
Account Executive          
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Upcoming Events

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Volunteer Awards

Time: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Triangle Nonprofit

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Prison Ministry

Baldwin Branch Missionary Baptist Church

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Food Truck Rodeo

Time: 3 to 7 p.m. Orange United Methodist Church

Latest News

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North Carolina's long summer vacations are being challenged

RALEIGH – Some folks can't get enough of summer. Others see it as a problem that needs