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Residents to learn about breast health, individualized care

Residents to learn about breast health, individualized care

Area residents will have the opportunity to receive answers to their concerns about breast health at a health talk at Carolinas HealthCare System’s Carolinas Medical Center – Pineville. CMC-Pineville will… Read more »

Playing for a cure

Playing for a cure

Area residents can express their competitive edge while benefiting children with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) at the third annual Rex Clark Memorial Tournament on Nov. 15, a Saturday. The event… Read more »

Rising from the fire

Rising from the fire

The President James K. Polk Historic Site grand reopening celebration is still on track to occur on Nov. 15, a Saturday, despite a recent fire to one of the site’s… Read more »

Bright colors help bright minds

Bright colors help bright minds

Preschoolers at an area Title I school can now learn numbers and the alphabet in a creative way thanks to Covenant Day School senior, Katie Thomas, who renovated an empty… Read more »

Growing into servant leaders

Growing into servant leaders

Some area high school students are learning how to become servant leaders through a program launched by Chick-fil-A restaurants. Students from Providence High School, among others, gathered at Vance High… Read more »

Giving the clothes off their backs

Giving the clothes off their backs

Mecklenburg County foster children will receive new threads thanks to a donation from Covenant Day School’s (CDS) high school students. CDS’s Beta Club hosted a competition to collect clothing for… Read more »

Rallying for the Rocky River family

Rallying for the Rocky River family

Rocky River High School faculty, staff and students rallied for a member of its school community on Friday, Oct. 10. During the school’s homecoming football game against East Mecklenburg, the… Read more »

A fluid idea

A fluid idea

While over 14 percent of individuals under 25 years old – many college graduates – are desperately searching for jobs, two University of North Carolina at Charlotte graduates took employment… Read more »

Hanging in the shade

Hanging in the shade

Faculty and students at Olde Providence Elementary School have a new way to take a break from the Carolina sun. The Olde Providence Elementary School Foundation earned the school a… Read more »

Concrete Roses faculty still waiting for paychecks

Concrete Roses faculty still waiting for paychecks

Faculty of Concrete Roses STEM Academy are still waiting for promised paychecks for their time at the school nearly two weeks after its abrupt closing on Sept. 19. The staff… Read more »