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Thanks to the Greenville News, two topics with two different reporters were covered during this edition of More to the Story, broadcast originally March 7th, 2018.  Social Issues and City People Writer - Angelia Davis discussed the potential impact of South Carolina losing its top Foster Care provider, due to rules about faith-based requirements for foster care providers. While City and Downtown Writer- Eric Connor went over concerns and issues about transportation - Greenville's Transit System.

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In this episode, you’ll hear the return of The Mammals, who have expanded their musical palette considerably since their last release 12 years ago, folk music with a punk sensibility from The Tillers, Peter Rowan returning to bluegrass, plus captivating debuts from Vivian Leva and Lauren Ruth Ward, and more. We also have a DJ For A Day conversation with WNCW’s Rhythm Theorem and midday host Scotty Robertson about our recent programming moves, and we’ll wrap it up with an international set, including our Segue Of The Week.

Founder and CEO Rick Curti of the Charlotte Bats, a group hopeful to bringing Major League Baseball to the Queen City was a part of this Friday Feature on March 2, 2018.  Would the Charlotte region and the Carolina's support another franchise, with the NFL and NBA already established.  Could this market, the city, sponsors and others provide the financial support needed in a sport with a very long season?  Conti shared his story and thoughts.

Jennifer Bowman with the Asheville Citizen-Times answered questions about her stories on the former Manager for Buncombe County, Wanda Greene.  Greene and others are under investigation for fraud.  This interview aired originally on February 28, 2018.

Posted by Host and Producer of WNCW's More to the Story - Paul Foster, Senior Producer, News and PSA Coordinator, and NPR Morning Edition Regional Host