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Hawks Soar To New Heights

Hawks Soar To New Heights

As Charlotte Latin boys lacrosse coach Dick Sipperly walked into Patten Stadium to lead his Hawks to the N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association’s Class 3A championship game, he said he… Read more »

Bucs Bounce Back

Bucs Bounce Back

The odds were stacked against the Charlotte Country Day girls lacrosse team after last year’s N.C. Independent School Athletic Association Class 3A championship season ended. The Bucs have been a… Read more »

Moving forward

Moving forward

Expectations were high going into this year’s track and field season for the Providence Day boys team – especially considering they won last year’s N.C. Independent School Athletic Association Class… Read more »

Run, run, run Ballantyne!

Run, run, run Ballantyne!

More than 2,500 people turned up for this year’s Run! Ballantyne event, raising more than $77,000 to help send area children to after school and camp programs.  The program has… Read more »

City delays vote on Kuykendall retirement home

City delays vote on Kuykendall retirement home

Charlotte City Council opted this week to delay voting on a three-story, 134-suite retirement facility proposed for the corner of Kuykendall and Providence roads to give the developer more time… Read more »

Catholic’s principal steps down as school investigated

Catholic’s principal steps down as school investigated

Janice Ritter, superintendent for Diocese of Charlotte Catholic Schools, announced to parents at Charlotte Catholic High School in a letter on Wednesday, May 21, that Jerry Healy resigned his position… Read more »

Charlotte Christian investing in classroom technology

Charlotte Christian investing in classroom technology

Building on a long history of academic rigor and success is vital to leaders and staff at Charlotte Christian School. So is ensuring all students passing through the south Charlotte… Read more »

Public’s input sought on proposed spending plan

Public’s input sought on proposed spending plan

The recently proposed Pineville budget looks to keep the town tax rate flat while taking care of a number of needed projects such as new police vehicles and repairs to… Read more »

CMS worries teacher pay could force some to leave

CMS worries teacher pay could force some to leave

School advocates say Mecklenburg County is facing an exodus, one that could hit home in Pineville-area schools. While leaders with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools wait to see what help they will receive… Read more »

Traffic shift coming soon for I-485

Traffic shift coming soon for I-485

Work continues on widening Interstate 485 in south Mecklenburg, as crews prepare to shift traffic onto new lanes to start work on older pavement. The roughly $83 million widening project… Read more »