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Charlotte Christian helps those in need

Charlotte Christian helps those in need

Charlotte Christian School students found their giving spirits last week through a backpack program with Together We Feed and Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina. Students donated books and small… Read more »

Bissel gives Endhaven a new place to play

Bissel gives Endhaven a new place to play

Endhaven Elementary School students will have a new place for recreation next year, thanks to a gift from Bissell, Inc. Bissell will donate $25,000 to Endhaven, located at 6815 Endhaven… Read more »

Collinswood wins contest to improve media center

Collinswood wins contest to improve media center

Collinswood Language Academy students needed more middle school and Spanish resources in their media center, and thanks to the Belk Bowl PNC Innovation Lab contest, they won $75,000 to make… Read more »

CMS identifies person behind Providence High threats

CMS identifies person behind Providence High threats

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Police have arrested and charged the person responsible for threats against Providence High School via social media on Dec. 13 and 15. Patrick Philip Brehm, 22, was charged… Read more »

Fire departments honored for Polk site save

Fire departments honored for Polk site save

Leaders from the President James K. Polk Historic Site in Pineville recently honored firefighters from the four fire departments that quickly quenched the fire in one of the historic kitchen… Read more »

Giving students warmth and love

Giving students warmth and love

Greenway Park Elementary School students can bear the cold winter this year with a new coat donated by New Charlotte Church, the south Charlotte school’s faith-based partner. New Charlotte Church… Read more »

Ardrey Kell finds their place at SETC

Ardrey Kell finds their place at SETC

Ardrey Kell High School’s theater department set out with a goal this year to put its program on the map and become the best program in the state. They feel… Read more »

Whipping up new opportunities

Whipping up new opportunities

Area residents sampled some homemade and creative food as they bid on valuable items at “Miracle on Monroe,” on Tuesday, Dec. 9, to help benefit the Community Culinary School of… Read more »

Ballantyne Breakfast Club meeting provides answers, leaves questions about roadways

Ballantyne Breakfast Club meeting provides answers, leaves questions about roadways

Representatives from Bissell, the North Carolina Department of Transportation, the Charlotte Department of Transportation and the North Carolina General Assembly presented updates regarding Ballantyne roads during the Ballantyne Breakfast Club… Read more »

Taking it to the mat

Taking it to the mat

At 7:30 a.m. on a Thursday morning, about 20 yoga mats with blocks and scarves lay across the floor of Quail Hollow Middle School’s gymnasium. “Breathe in and find your… Read more »