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East Meck welcomes day of service for Charlotte community

East Meck welcomes day of service for Charlotte community

Nonprofit organization Hands On Charlotte hosted its annual MLKserve2015 event on Saturday, Jan. 17 at East Mecklenburg High School, located at 6800 Monroe Road in south Charlotte. “What we do… Read more »

Providence students step up to help elementary school in need

Providence students step up to help elementary school in need

When Steele Creek Elementary School Principal Merita Little needed help filling backpacks for the school’s backpack program before winter break, Providence High School students took on the challenge. “Here at… Read more »

Serving your community news

Serving your community news

Carolina Weekly Newspaper Group seeks to serve the communities that we cover by providing hyper-local community news that matters to those communities. In order to make sure we’re doing what… Read more »

Providence Day School students conduct independent STEM projects

Providence Day School students conduct independent STEM projects

Providence Day School (PDS) students explored individual science projects this semester through a STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) research and design class. Through the class, students developed independent study projects… Read more »

Huntingtowne Farms to open more seats for IB program

Huntingtowne Farms to open more seats for IB program

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools parents have a few weeks left to apply for the district’s first round of the school options lottery and Huntingtowne Farms Elementary has an option for south Charlotte… Read more »

CMS ensures safety in wake of last month’s threats

CMS ensures safety in wake of last month’s threats

In the wake of threats made against a few Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools (CMS) last month, area parents are looking for ways to help their students feel safe in the classroom. CMS… Read more »

Ballantyne to kick off its ‘Relay’ efforts

Ballantyne to kick off its ‘Relay’ efforts

Relay For Life of Ballantyne (RFLB) will kick off its fourth year on Tuesday, Jan. 13, to help support the American Cancer Society. Event organizers will launch its Luau for… Read more »

UFCA students grow into “servant leaders”

UFCA students grow into “servant leaders”

United Faith Christian Academy (UFCA) has dedicated the last decade to citizen service through its commitment to global organizations, such as Operation Christmas Child. Last month, the preschool-through-12th-grade school sent… Read more »

South Charlotte resident finds her place in fashion

South Charlotte resident finds her place in fashion

Belle Sansone sits in a café swirling her tea, wearing a black 1960s day dress with victory rolls in her hair, musing over fashions of the past. Despite financial setbacks,… Read more »

South Charlotte Middle launches kindness campaign

South Charlotte Middle launches kindness campaign

South Charlotte Middle School has taken on a new perspective on bullying and started a campaign of kindness. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Deputy Superintendent Ann Clark recently encouraged a culture of caring… Read more »