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Carmel post office could find new home

Carmel post office could find new home

South Charlotte’s Carmel Road post office could soon move to N.C. 51 – something that has a few customers of the location concerned but would help the U.S. Postal Service… Read more »

Covenant Day leaders talk expansion, future with area parents

Covenant Day leaders talk expansion, future with area parents

It’s been 25 years since Covenant Day School first came to be. First established by the Session of Christ Covenant Church in 1989, the school has grown over the years… Read more »

Third time’s the charm

Third time’s the charm

Despite their gaudy regular-season win totals, the last two seasons ended bittersweet for the Myers Park girls basketball team. But this year, after knocking off Southeast Raleigh 61-46 on March… Read more »

A Work in Progression

A Work in Progression

While everyone involved with Providence Day’s rise to becoming one of the city’s best boys basketball teams was proud to watch the Chargers’ ascent, perhaps no player is more deserving… Read more »

Center of Attention

Center of Attention

Success on the court has always accompanied the illustrious career of Providence Day basketball star Jatarie White – both on a personal and team level. And reaping the benefits of… Read more »

Senior Exit

Senior Exit

On paper at least, it seems like this season is mirroring each of the previous three for the nationally ranked Myers Park girls basketball team. But that couldn’t be further… Read more »

Myers Park Regional Title photos

Myers Park Regional Title photos

  On Saturday March 8 the Myers Park girls basketball team won the Class 4A Western Regional, defeating rival Ardrey Kell, 54-46, and advancing the Mustangs to their first state… Read more »

The New Standard

The New Standard

For Charlotte Catholic swimming standout Nora McCullagh, the Class 4A state championship meet must have seemed like déjà vu all over again – a quote made famous by baseball great… Read more »

On Top To Stay

On Top To Stay

Charlotte Latin’s Toby Okwara knows that with the recent success he and his Hawk teammates have experienced, other teams are gunning to knock them from the top. But to do… Read more »

One More Step

One More Step

For Providence’s Wyatt Maxey, there’s not too much left to do in the world of competitive high school running. Maxey has won the individual state title at outdoor track and… Read more »