[WCNC] - "I don't want to see Goodwill come in and take away from the groups that currently are being donated to," said Lisa Thornton. Thornton owns Sweet Repeats and More, a consignment shop not far from where Goodwill plans to locate.
[Charlotte Observer] - By Lisa Thornton Graduate student Nirav Shah is part of the team in Dr. Valery Grdzelishvili's lab that tests the effects of viruses on cancer cells. LISA THORNTON Dr. Valery Grdzelishvili, a molecular virologist in UNC Charlotte's biology department
[Charlotte Observer] - By Lisa Thornton Ruth Woodend, left, and Freda Schlaman met when they formed Samaritan House. The charity that the retired schoolteachers created has nurtured 736 guests in the past seven years. LISA THORNTON Samaritan House provides short-term care
[Charlotte Observer] - By Lisa Thornton From left, Karen Odor, Kathleen Blackwell-Plank and Juli Dwiggins serenade Edith Edwards, 88, in her Charlotte home. It's part of Hospice & Palliative Care of Cabarrus County's Interlude Music Program, which brings old favorites to
[Charlotte Observer] - By Lisa Thornton Randy Campbell, left, examines a coin that Bill Malinowski brought to him at the Charlotte Coin Club's 42nd Coin Show. LISA THORNTON A pair of men with a stack of old coins sat across a long table facing Randy Campbell, his jeweler's
[Charlotte Observer] - By Lisa Thornton The WT Alexander house, built in 1799, sits near US 29 and Mallard Creek Church Road in Charlotte. At one time the Alexander family owned nearly acres of cotton fields around it. LISA THORNTON Sarah L. Alexander, left