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Allen Tate’s annual public education fundraiser hits $1.52 million mark

Allen Tate’s annual public education fundraiser hits $1.52 million mark

Allen Tate Company has spent the last 17 years raising funds to support public schools throughout North and South Carolina. The south Charlotte-based company’s agents and employees recently hit the… Read more »

News Briefs: Dec. 19 to 25, 2014

News Briefs: Dec. 19 to 25, 2014

Charlotte Hornets, Lowe’s team for educational grant The Charlotte Hornets and Lowe’s announced they partnered to award a total of $50,000 to six local groups as part of the organizations’… Read more »

Traditions furniture and design expanding

Traditions furniture and design expanding

Sharon Garfield was working alone out of the sunroom of her home when she started her interior design business in 1992. Fast-forward nearly 23 years, and Garfield is now the… Read more »

Celebrate the season with a local church

Celebrate the season with a local church

As the holiday rush draws to a close, a handful of local churches are taking time to celebrate the season’s sacred side with special Christmas services. So whether you’re looking… Read more »

News Briefs: Dec. 12 to 18, 2014

News Briefs: Dec. 12 to 18, 2014

BCC Rally contributes $199,000 to Koman Charlotte The BCC Rally has concluded its 11th year raising funds and awareness for breast cancer by announcing a gift of $199,000 to Susan G…. 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 »

‘Brody Brocken’ takes young readers to Europe

‘Brody Brocken’ takes young readers to Europe

Kids can now take a trip across Europe from the comfort of their own homes, thanks to local author Debra Dickson. Dickson is the craftswoman of “Brody Brocken and his… Read more »

Developer seeks rezoning on growing Providence corridor for large, mixed-use development

Developer seeks rezoning on growing Providence corridor for large, mixed-use development

Development firm Lincoln Harris hopes to begin 2015 by gaining approval for a 188-acre development in south Charlotte that Charlotte Planning Commissioner Ray Eschert called a “mini-Ballantyne.” The mixed-use development… 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 »