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Cherryville is a city located in Gaston County, North Carolina. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 5,361. (More Info and Source) Cherryville Real Estate

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AP Source: Greg Hardy to meet with NFL officials

(AP) Panthers defensive end and soon-to-be free agent Greg Hardy will meet with NFL officials in New York on Wednesday to discuss his domestic violence case, a person familiar with the situation said Tuesday.

The person spoke with The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because no public announcement of the meeting has been made.

NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said the league had no comment.

The meeting means Hardy's lengthy legal saga could be coming to an end soon.

Hardy has been on the commissioner's exempt list since September.

He becomes a free agent March 10. While he's not expected to re-sign with Carolina, he could command millions on the market.

Hardy, 26, was convicted of assault on a female and communicating threats last summer, but charges were dismissed Feb. 9 during an appeal trial when his accuser couldn't be located to testify. Prosecutors say Hardy reached a civil suit agreement with the accuser.

The NFL has said it is investigating Hardy's case.

The league unsuccessfully petitioned to have evidence from Hardy's first trial unsealed. Without that evidence, it may be difficult for the league to suspend Hardy.

Hardy potentially faces up to a six-game suspension from the NFL for violating its domestic abuse policy even though the charges against him were dismissed.

Hardy is seeking immediate reinstatement from the NFL — before he hits the free agent market next week — after a federal judge cleared way for Adrian Peterson's return to the league. Like Peterson, Hardy spent the majority of last season on the commissioner's exempt list preventing him from playing football.

Hardy was Carolina's franchise player last season.

Despite being convicted last summer he was allowed to play in Carolina's first game before eventually being placed on the commissioner's exempt list when Roger Goodell began to toughen his stance on domestic violence offenders in the wake of the Ray Rice incident.

Still, Hardy collected $13.1 million last year from the Panthers as their franchise player. He had 15 sacks in 2013, tying a franchise record.

Hardy posted photographs from photographs on social media of New York on Tuesday, but did not mention a meeting with the NFL.

NOTES: The Panthers announced Tuesday they have re-signed defensive tackle Colin Cole to a one-year contract. Details on the contract were not available.

Wed, 04 Mar 2015 11:27:12 -0500

‘Hot felon’ plans on being model, actor after prison stint

Jeremy Meeks may be behind bars for now, but according to him, his future is looking bright.

Meeks, whose handsome mug shot took the Internet by storm in 2014, has been sentenced to 27 months in federal prison on weapons-related charges.

But Meeks is hoping to get out as early as November 2015, when combining time already served and good behavior, according to a jailhouse interview.

And Meeks has every reason to be on his best behavior. He already has an agent and is set to take advantage of his newfound fame.

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Meeks says he wants to try both modeling and acting, saying he would love to be on a show like, “Sons of Anarchy.”

The inmate is doing his part to stay in shape by working out and eating healthy.

When asked about the now-famous mug shot, Meeks said he wasn’t trying to look sexy. Instead, he was thinking about his family, especially his son.

Wed, 04 Mar 2015 11:20:55 -0500

Woman on bike towing child buggy hit by car in SE Charlotte

Police were investigating after a woman on a bike pulling a childrens' buggy was struck by a vehicle in southeast Charlotte Wednesday morning.

Officers said two mothers were riding bikes, pulling their children behind them in buggies when one of the women was struck by a vehicle on Wendover Road near the Home Depot.

She was taken to Carolinas Medical Center with potentially life-threatening injuries. The child was not hurt, according to police, and was left in the custody of the other mother.

Police told Channel 9 that the driver of the car ran a red light and hit the woman on her bike.

Police were talking to the driver but so far, no charges have been announced.

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Wed, 04 Mar 2015 11:15:08 -0500

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