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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 »

Playtime Sheets offers educational fun before bedtime

Playtime Sheets offers educational fun before bedtime

It all started with a song on the radio that wasn’t exactly kid friendly. Kevin Gatlin picked up his son from school one day and turned on the car radio,… Read more »

Fighting with faith

Fighting with faith

Linda Shannon always wanted to write a book, but she had no idea what to write about. Shannon originally worked as a sales tax accountant, a career she pursued at… Read more »

News Briefs: Dec. 5 to 11, 2014

News Briefs: Dec. 5 to 11, 2014

Ballantyne Breakfast Club Meeting this weekend On Saturday, Dec. 6 at 9 a.m., the Ballantyne Breakfast Club will hold its monthly meeting at the Ballantyne Hotel & Lodge’s Fairway Ballroom. The… Read more »

Find your holiday fun

Find your holiday fun

December is officially here, marking the season for Christmas tree lightings, gingerbread houses, nativities, holiday performances, seasonal craft shows and the Man in the Red Suit himself. Check out South… Read more »

News Briefs: Nov. 28 to Dec. 4, 2014

News Briefs: Nov. 28 to Dec. 4, 2014

Water main break leaves two south Charlotte families without homes for months Three homes were evacuated in south Charlotte on Sunday, Nov. 23, after a water main broke and flooded… Read more »

An artistic journey of heritage, identity and prose

An artistic journey of heritage, identity and prose

Vivek Shraya didn’t begin his artistic career aspiring to be an author. The Canadian of Indian descent originally set out to become a musician and produced a number of independent… Read more »

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 »

Giving thanks with a grateful heart

Giving thanks with a grateful heart

As November wanes and people eagerly anticipate Christmas, a handful of churches are taking time to help members reflect on their blessings in the spirit of Thanksgiving. Several churches in… Read more »