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News Briefs: Aug. 22 to 28

News Briefs: Aug. 22 to 28

United Way’s Jane McIntyre to retire after 2014 campaign United Way executive director Jane McIntyre has announced she is retiring following the 2014 fundraising campaign. McIntyre helped lead a turnaround… Read more »

News Briefs: Aug. 15 to 21

News Briefs: Aug. 15 to 21

Marker drive considered another success The seventh annual Color the Park Marker Drive in the Ballantyne Corporate Park collected 16,266 packs of markers for area schools. The markers and 930… Read more »

Art & Culture Notes: Aug. 15 to 21

Art & Culture Notes: Aug. 15 to 21

Arts & Science Council accepting grant applications The Arts & Science Council is currently accepting applications for the Regional Artist Project Grant. The grant provides funds of up to $2,000… Read more »

News Briefs: Aug. 8 to 14

News Briefs: Aug. 8 to 14

Promising Pages to host annual book sale Promising Pages, a local literacy advocacy group, will host a book sale Friday, Aug. 8, until 5 p.m. at South Mecklenburg High School…. Read more »

News Briefs: Aug. 1 to 7

News Briefs: Aug. 1 to 7

I-485 lane shifts continue Crews continued work this week on shifting Interstate 485 traffic onto recently paved lanes so the two older lanes in each direction can be repaved. Traffic… Read more »

Education News & Notes: Aug. 1 to 7

Education News & Notes: Aug. 1 to 7

Area educator discovers new technology techniques  Rama Road Elementary School teacher Peter Panico joined 149 educators from across the U.S., Canada and the United Kingdom at Vanderbilt University in Nashville,… Read more »

News Briefs: June 27 to July 3

News Briefs: June 27 to July 3

Sharon Academy open after remodeling  The Sharon Academy child care center opened this week after more than a year of planning, rezoning, permitting and construction. The center, at 5301 Sharon… Read more »

Elwood’s– the brothers’ food sings

Elwood’s– the brothers’ food sings

Most everyone would agree that if you want a real challenge, especially one that will most likely result in a financial catastrophe, just open a restaurant. If you want to… Read more »

Instant impact

Instant impact

At last season’s N.C. High School Athletic Association Class 4A Western Regional, the Myers Park golf team had three players tie atop the leaderboard and another pair of golfers shoot… Read more »

Ballantyne Chorale goes under the sea, above and beyond

Ballantyne Chorale goes under the sea, above and beyond

Beverly Warkulwiz put singing on the back burner after moving to Ballantyne in 2006. Performing was a large part of her life as a child in chorale ensembles and as… Read more »

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