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The Pineville Pilot Education Notes Dec. 2013

The Pineville Pilot Education Notes Dec. 2013

CMS approves new choice, programs for students The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Board of Education recently approved new programs and options for students across the district. At the board’s meeting on Wednesday,… Read more »

Quail Hollow Middle School

Quail Hollow Middle School

First Quarter Honor Roll   All Grades   A Honor Roll Nia Alexander, Nicholas Aliota, Naian Alvarado, Aaliyah Anderson, Ja’Niyah Ardrey, Nyasia Bailey, Noah Barnett, Walter Benjamin, Lauren Berger, Amir… Read more »

The Pineville Pilot Calendar Dec. 2013

The Pineville Pilot Calendar Dec. 2013

12.20.13 Friday CBCC blood drive, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Carolinas Medical Center – Pineville will host a blood drive for the Community Blood Center of the Carolinas. Donors must… Read more »

Overcoming obstacles

Overcoming obstacles

After losing five of their six leading scorers, including four of five starters, the boys’ basketball team at Charlotte Catholic looks a lot different this season. The Cougars went 15-10… Read more »

Families honor, cherish life of neighbor

Families honor, cherish life of neighbor

The Grist family will gather this Christmas in their long-time Barclay Downs home, adorned in matching pajamas, reading “The Polar Express” and missing someone who won’t be with them for… Read more »

South Charlotte seeks sixth straight year of crime reduction

South Charlotte seeks sixth straight year of crime reduction

Police in south Charlotte’s South Division have three weeks left before they can claim their sixth straight year of seeing a decline in local crime. But the last few months… Read more »

Ballantyne park on target for spring opening

Ballantyne park on target for spring opening

Officials with Mecklenburg County Park & Recreation say the new Ballantyne Community Park going beside the Morrison Family YMCA should open to residents in the spring. The facility will include… Read more »

Going live in 3… 2… 1…

Going live in 3… 2… 1…

Drew Kromer can be found every Friday bustling around South Mecklenburg High School’s broadcasting studio, directing operations and ensuring his team of about 11 students are ready to go on… Read more »

Belk Bowl grants benefit three local schools

Belk Bowl grants benefit three local schools

Three schools in south Charlotte will have some extra cash this year to purchase much needed technology for their students, teachers and classrooms. Students and staff at Beverly Woods Elementary… Read more »

Happy Holidays features young dancers with high hopes

Happy Holidays features young dancers with high hopes

Students at Charlotte’s Jami Masters School of Dance were working hard last weekend in their last few days of rehearsal for “Happy Holidays.” Choreographers led the frenzy as students rushed… Read more »

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