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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 »

City set to vote on Endhaven apartments

City set to vote on Endhaven apartments

Developers of a 200-unit apartment complex proposed for Endhaven Lane could find out next week if the project will come to fruition after numerous additions to the proposal to make… Read more »

Snow-delayed Ballantyne meeting arrives

Snow-delayed Ballantyne meeting arrives

The Ballantyne Breakfast Club’s Priorities 2014 Meeting will take place this weekend after being postponed last month due to poor weather. The annual meeting, which will take place Saturday, March… Read more »

Carmel ready to jump into action

Carmel ready to jump into action

The Carmel Middle School community is serious about giving back and paying it forward. A group of Carmel teachers launched a new character education initiative earlier this year based on… Read more »

Charlotte Catholic investigates spending concerns

Charlotte Catholic investigates spending concerns

Charlotte Catholic High School Principal Jerry Healy was recently placed on paid leave after an independent organization that supports the school questioned the use of some funding. The Charlotte Catholic… Read more »

Going green for charity

Going green for charity

Local runners will strap on their jogging shoes and go green for the 13th annual Shamrock 4 Miler next weekend. The a four-mile race will take place March 15, a… Read more »

Ridenhour sees challenger, James unopposed

Ridenhour sees challenger, James unopposed

Freshman Mecklenburg County Commissioner Matthew Ridenhour will face a challenge from Art Cardenas in this November’s election, while nine-term Commissioner Bill James will not face a registered opponent after no… Read more »

Ballantyne woman named co-chair of upcoming awards

Ballantyne woman named co-chair of upcoming awards

Ballantyne resident Peggy Leo-Gallo will join Weddington’s Tom Hughes as co-chair of this year’s Father of the Year Awards, hosted by the American Diabetes Association. The annual event, now in… Read more »

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