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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 »

The Pineville Pilot News Briefs May 2014

The Pineville Pilot News Briefs May 2014

Spay, neuter clinic seeks donations for pet food pantry Spay Neuter Charlotte recently launched a new community pet food pantry and is in need of donations. The new pantry will… Read more »

The Pineville Pilot Crime Blotter May 2014

The Pineville Pilot Crime Blotter May 2014

The following people were arrested in Pineville between April 7 to May 11, according to the Pineville Police Department:   • Heather Griffin, in the 500 block of Hall Lane:… Read more »

An enriching partnership

An enriching partnership

When Ron and Frances Liss retired years ago, they didn’t want to just sit at home and watch TV. The couple instead wanted to volunteer their time and abilities to… Read more »

Taking the reigns

Taking the reigns

For the first time in 42 years, the Charlotte Catholic football team will have a new leader as Mike Brodowicz is taking over for long-time coach Jim Oddo, who announced… Read more »

Rebuilt for Success

Rebuilt for Success

No one knew what to expect from Charlotte Catholic when rugby season rolled around this year. The five-time defending N.C. High School Rugby Association champions, who have finished as a… Read more »

Family-friendly festival to benefit the four-legged

Family-friendly festival to benefit the four-legged

When Karen Coll learned 12,000 animals are euthanized in the Charlotte area each year, she wanted to do something to make a difference. So, she enlisted the help of volunteers,… Read more »