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Becoming a ‘Modern Mosaic Master’

Becoming a ‘Modern Mosaic Master’

Pineville residents will have a chance to express their creative side and view the artwork of their neighbors at a new business in downtown starting in May. M3 Gallery, which… Read more »

CCAC losing home as town ponders its mission

CCAC losing home as town ponders its mission

Time is up for the Civic & Cultural Arts Center of Pineville. The looming chance the center’s rented space on Main Street could soon be sold has finally come to… Read more »

Polk site ready for facelift

Polk site ready for facelift

Scott Warren’s office looks like a Polk-paraphernalia-packed bomb went off, leaving books about the 11th president here, fliers about upcoming Polk-themed events there, forming what could be the center of… Read more »

The Pineville Pilot March News Briefs

The Pineville Pilot March News Briefs

CMC-Pineville to host ‘Heart Matters’ March 29 The Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute at Carolinas Medical Center-Pineville, a branch of Carolinas HealthCare System, will host “Heart Matters” on March 29,… Read more »

The Pineville Pilot March Crime Blotter

The Pineville Pilot March Crime Blotter

The following people were arrested in Pineville between Feb. 10 and March 9, according to the Pineville Police Department:   • Lajade Nowell, in the 11000 block of Carolina Place… Read more »

Too darn hot

Too darn hot

South Mecklenburg High School theater director Bonnie Hall spent the past five years playing it safe. Hall co-directs the school’s annual musical theater productions, which have previously included popular, upbeat… Read more »

A spiritual journey

A spiritual journey

Rev. Tom Stinson-Wesley visited the Holy Land for the first time in 1987. But it was Stinson-Wesley’s second trip earlier this year that gave him the opportunity to soak in… Read more »

Swinging Success

Swinging Success

By now, area sports fans probably know the story behind the magical run the South Meck baseball team embarked on last season. It began with a 2-4 start that the… Read more »

Opera offers universal appeal, south Charlotte accessibility

Opera offers universal appeal, south Charlotte accessibility

Before vampire Edward fell for the beautiful Bella in the “Twilight” novels and films, “The Flying Dutchman” was cursed to wander eternity alone until finding his true love, Senta.  The… Read more »

City hears Waverly arguments, approves Endhaven apartments

City hears Waverly arguments, approves Endhaven apartments

The intersection of Ardrey Kell and Providence roads could become busier than usual with the proposed Waverly mixed-use project and a possible redevelopment of the Charlotte Golf Links site. Charlotte… Read more »