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South Charlotte resident goes the extra mile

South Charlotte resident goes the extra mile

A south Charlotte resident ran almost 50 miles to bring hope and a new life to women who have suffered from domestic violence. Providence Plantation resident Indu Vaidyanathan has spent… Read more »

Blowing out the candles: British International School celebrates 10th anniversary

Blowing out the candles: British International School celebrates 10th anniversary

BALLANTYNE – The British International School of Charlotte celebrated a decade of individualized instruction, internationalism and development last week. The school, formerly known as the British American School of Charlotte,… Read more »

Pineville neighborhoods to take on new look

Pineville neighborhoods to take on new look

Pineville residents have the chance to finish their home-improvement projects, thanks to the town’s planning and zoning department. The department is currently accepting applications for the Community Beautification Grant Program,… Read more »

Taking it to heart

Taking it to heart

Charlotte residents will begin to see more advertisements urging them to consume omega-3 fatty acids thanks to a global organization. The Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3s (GOED) launched… Read more »

Local author encourages Charlotte Latin students to respect, honor veterans

Local author encourages Charlotte Latin students to respect, honor veterans

Charlotte Latin School held an assembly to honor area veterans and to teach students about the importance of Veteran’s Day on Tuesday, Nov. 11. “This is to recognize those among… Read more »

MeckEd features youth voice

MeckEd features youth voice

Charlotte-Mecklenburg student leaders voiced their concerns and opinions about the district’s school system at MeckEd’s community conversation on Thursday, Nov. 13. A nonprofit, education advocacy group, MeckEd hosted a panel… Read more »

Technical theater student takes spotlight behind the scenes

Technical theater student takes spotlight behind the scenes

Providence Day School junior Connor Bright has more experience in front of a theater light board than some professional theater technicians. The 16-year-old has served behind-the-scenes in Providence Day’s theater… Read more »

Fighting for a cure

Fighting for a cure

The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) will host an evening this weekend with hopes of one day ending Type 1 diabetes. JDRF will host the Hope Gala on Saturday, Nov…. Read more »

Taking a stroll down holiday lane

Taking a stroll down holiday lane

BALLANTYNE – Patrons can soon celebrate the holiday season by walking down Gingerbread Lane as part of Bissell’s 12th annual competition at The Ballantyne Hotel & Lodge, located at 10000… Read more »

A night for the TaTas

A night for the TaTas

The evening of Oct. 30 was a night full of glamor, jewelry and bidding to raise funds for breast cancer research at the Hadassah Medical Organization. Members of the Charlotte… Read more »