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When the COVID-19 pandemic reached Charlotte in March 2020, we began thinking of ways to reach our readers who could no longer pick up our paper at their favorite hangout. That’s why we began home delivery with our March 25 issue. The response has been overwhelming, and we appreciate every person who has shown us love during this process.
However, it costs us a pretty penny to make sure folks still have access to our print edition, and these trying times have hit us just as hard as many of our fellow local businesses, so we’re asking that you continue to support local journalism. We still believe wholeheartedly in a “free press” in both of its meanings, but we’re going to need your help in keeping this mission going by helping with our production and shipping costs.
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