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Local schools getting safer

Local schools getting safer

Leaders and staff for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools are already pleased with many of the district’s new security enhancements, and are on track to have the new initiatives completed in all of… Read more »

The Pineville Pilot Jan. Education News

The Pineville Pilot Jan. Education News

CMS to host mid-year graduations Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will host the district’s 2013-14 mid-year high school graduations Feb. 3, a Monday, at Bojangles’ Coliseum. The district will host two graduation ceremonies… Read more »

The Pineville Pilot Jan. Faith News

The Pineville Pilot Jan. Faith News

Harrison UMC welcomes two new staff members Harrison United Methodist Church is welcoming two new faces to the church staff. The church recently announced Bryant Johnson will start his service… Read more »

Catholic girls in conference title hunt

Catholic girls in conference title hunt

The streaking Charlotte Catholic girls won nine of their past 11 games and sat tied with Ardrey Kell entering their Jan. 17 showdown (after press deadline) atop the So. Meck… Read more »

Making getting fit a different type of challenge

Making getting fit a different type of challenge

Alex Dowlin and his wife Heather were just two parents stuck in a rut. Both born athletes, Alex played basketball in college and Heather played field hockey. So being active… Read more »

CATS boss gives SouthPark update on transit

CATS boss gives SouthPark update on transit

While Charlotte Area Transit System infrastructure is growing outside of south Charlotte with the expansion of the city’s Light Rail Blue Line toward Concord, CATS CEO Carolyn Flowers reminded local… Read more »

Ballantyne learns about village, park developments

Ballantyne learns about village, park developments

Ballantyne residents received a bevy of good economic news at last weekend’s Ballantyne Breakfast Club meeting, as they learned about projects planned across south Charlotte that should be coming to… Read more »

Rethinking the classroom

Rethinking the classroom

It took some time and adjustment from both teachers and students at first, but the Teach to One: Math program at McClintock Middle School is showing signs of success –… Read more »

Local teens receive a different kind of training

Local teens receive a different kind of training

Providence High School student Bryson Estridge always knew he wanted to become a firefighter after graduation. So it was a no brainer for the south Charlotte senior to enroll in… Read more »

Local schools getting safer

Local schools getting safer

Teachers at Alexander Graham Middle School have for years asked Principal Bob Folk to find a way to keep the school’s many exterior doors locked. But the task proved difficult,… Read more »

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