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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 »

Area leaders to discuss roads, budgets in Ballantyne

Area leaders to discuss roads, budgets in Ballantyne

State, county and city officials will discuss three Ballantyne favorites at a public forum this weekend: traffic, taxes and schools. The Ballantyne Breakfast Club will welcome N.C. Sen. Bob Rucho,… Read more »

Healthy Charlotte topic of chamber

Healthy Charlotte topic of chamber

Local business leaders are trying to be more mindful of what impact they have on the health of their employees and the county. Charlotte’s health and the outlook of the… Read more »

Changes at ‘new Charlotte Prep’ come into sight

Changes at ‘new Charlotte Prep’ come into sight

The new athletic field at Charlotte Preparatory is more than a new space that will benefit the school’s physical education and athletic departments – it’s a new gateway into the… Read more »

Knight and Day

Knight and Day

When Nick Owens wrapped up his junior year at Charlotte Christian, he had the world before him. After being a key factor in the Knights winning their second consecutive N.C…. Read more »

ReCharged

ReCharged

The Providence Day girls soccer team began its season 4-3 last year, then followed the mediocre start with a magical ride. The Chargers reeled off 17 consecutive wins, went undefeated… Read more »

Veterans strive to provide fitting final farewell

Veterans strive to provide fitting final farewell

Duty, honor and country. No matter what branch of the armed services a veteran belonged to, those three responsibilities follow them throughout their life and beyond. That’s at the heart… Read more »

The Ivey moves forward with expansion for overnight care

The Ivey moves forward with expansion for overnight care

Lynn Ivey has lived the role of caregiver, having watched her mother succumb to Alzheimer’s disease in 2006 and now seeing her father diagnosed with dementia. So she knows how… Read more »

Ending world hunger, one meal at a time

Ending world hunger, one meal at a time

Thousands of people across the globe will be a little less hungry, thanks to the efforts of volunteers at Matthews United Methodist Church. The church recently joined other Charlotte-area churches… Read more »