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Instant impact

Instant impact

At last season’s N.C. High School Athletic Association Class 4A Western Regional, the Myers Park golf team had three players tie atop the leaderboard and another pair of golfers shoot… Read more »

Ballantyne Chorale goes under the sea, above and beyond

Ballantyne Chorale goes under the sea, above and beyond

Beverly Warkulwiz put singing on the back burner after moving to Ballantyne in 2006. Performing was a large part of her life as a child in chorale ensembles and as… Read more »

Mayor Clodfelter to address special Ballantyne meeting

Mayor Clodfelter to address special Ballantyne meeting

Area residents will soon have a chance to meet their new mayor and make sure he’s aware of what concerns they have about the future of the city and spending… Read more »

The young and the talented

The young and the talented

Nine-year-old Ella McElroy has loved art as far back as she can remember. “Ever since I could hold a crayon, I was all over the place, drawing,” Ella said. What… Read more »

Providence Day’s Fauchier honored

Providence Day’s Fauchier honored

Loren Fauchier, the global education director at Providence Day School, recently won the National Association of Independent School’s 2014 Global Citizen Award. Fauchier, who has been at Providence Day School… Read more »

Jazz Arts Initiative hosts music legends to inspire local students

Jazz Arts Initiative hosts music legends to inspire local students

“The purpose of the riff is to propel the groove,” proclaimed famed jazz trombonist Delfeayo Marsalis to a theater full of jazz musicians and students at a clinic held Sunday,… Read more »

The Ring Bearer

The Ring Bearer

As Garrett Bradbury led the Charlotte Christian football team onto the field for the Knights’ dominating state championship victory this fall, he said it was the most bittersweet moment he’s… Read more »

Comeback Kids

Comeback Kids

In many ways the Charlotte Christian baseball season started as it began. On opening day, the two-time defending state champion Knights trailed Metrolina Christian by two runs entering their last… Read more »

Repeat Performance

Repeat Performance

The Providence Day girls soccer team made sure that their last game of the 2014 season was one for the books. After going 16-0-3 this season, the Chargers earned their… Read more »

Rebuilding A Champion

Rebuilding A Champion

Carol Lawrence had a plan coming into this season. She knew that after her Providence Day girls track and field team won the first N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association Class… Read more »