Community Health Services of Union County, Inc. has been awarded Level 3 accreditation from the North Carolina Association of Free Clinics.
As of May of this year, Union County Public Schools had 4,716 national origin minority students who spoke 59 different languages. The predominant languages were Spanish, Russian and Vietnamese.
Visitation for Mrs. Betty Ann Helms will be from 10-11 A.M. Friday at Pleasant Plains Baptist Church.
Marlene Threatt McCauley, 74, passed away Thursday, June 20, 2013.
Fred and I ate at an Ethiopian restaurant, The Red Sea, in Charlotte on Monday night. My son has traveled throughout all of Africa and has told us he enjoyed eating in Ethiopia. This is the closest Fred and I will probably ever come to tasting a bit of Ethiopian and Eritrean culture.
“I hate driving to Gastonia to see my children. It’s too much time in that car by myself and gives me too much time to think,” Sandra McCray said.