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Budget talks continue as departments make their case

Budget talks continue as departments make their case

Pineville police need $160,000 worth of new vehicles and the fire and public works departments need more paid employees as departments lay out their budget wish lists for town leaders… Read more »

A hidden treat off Main Street

A hidden treat off Main Street

Mandi Miller spent eight years baking out of her own home kitchen for her business, Got What It Cakes. Now, after a two-year search, the self-taught baker has a storefront… Read more »

The Pineville Pilot News Briefs 04/14

The Pineville Pilot News Briefs 04/14

Pineville’s state senator named Charlotte mayor Charlotte City Council voted Monday, April 7, to appoint Pineville-area state Sen. Daniel Clodfelter as mayor following the resignation of former mayor Patrick Cannon… Read more »

The Pineville Pilot Crime Blotter 04/14

The Pineville Pilot Crime Blotter 04/14

Man sentenced for firing gun in Pineville Gerald Hairston was sentenced to 10 years in prison this month after allegedly firing a gun outside a Pineville restaurant in 2012. Hairston… Read more »

Pineville considering allowing dealerships on smaller lots

Pineville considering allowing dealerships on smaller lots

A new car dealership is interested in opening between the CarMax and Cadillac of South Charlotte lots on North Polk Street. But before it can, Pineville leaders must change a… Read more »

South Meck to help the green stay clean

South Meck to help the green stay clean

Golfers at the annual Wells Fargo Championship Golf Tournament have enjoyed a cleaner golf course for the past 12 years, thanks to the South Mecklenburg High School community. The school… Read more »

Carrie-ing the Cougars

Carrie-ing the Cougars

The first time Charlotte Catholic’s Carrie Eberle took to the pitching circle in a high school game, she was dominant, overpowering rival South Meck with a 17-strikeout, seven inning no-hit… Read more »

Third Time’s the Charm

Third Time’s the Charm

When Charlotte Catholic junior Natalie Wallon scored her fifth goal of the game in the Cougars’ 9-7 win over Westminster (Ga.) on March 29, she wasn’t sure why all of… Read more »

How sweet it is at Tupelo

How sweet it is at Tupelo

For those of you who have been to Asheville and enjoyed this intimate little café, you’ve most likely stood in the line out the door when they open for breakfast,… Read more »

South Charlotte’s Driggs, Smith agree with Clodfelter appointment

South Charlotte’s Driggs, Smith agree with Clodfelter appointment

South Charlotte’s representatives to city council believe the appointment of Daniel Clodfelter as mayor is a step in the right direction for Charlotte, and one that puts the city back… Read more »