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Ballantyne park on target for spring opening

Ballantyne park on target for spring opening

Officials with Mecklenburg County Park & Recreation say the new Ballantyne Community Park going beside the Morrison Family YMCA should open to residents in the spring. The facility will include… Read more »

SouthPark families invited to go ‘romping’ for holidays

SouthPark families invited to go ‘romping’ for holidays

It’s easy to forget about working out and eating healthy during the holidays, what with shopping, holiday work deadlines, out-of-town visitors and disrupted school schedules to deal with. Luckily for… Read more »

Jabian works to fill job slots in SouthPark

Jabian works to fill job slots in SouthPark

An Atlanta-based strategic management and technology-consulting firm that moved to SouthPark in September is in the process of adding 100 new jobs over the next five years in south Charlotte…. Read more »

The spirit of giving back

The spirit of giving back

For the 22 members of the Charlotte Chorale, music is about more than performing – it’s about making a difference in the community. The audition-only performing arts nonprofit will use… Read more »

Jingle all the way to the finish line

Jingle all the way to the finish line

When Bryce Eddy was about 16 months old, her parents knew something wasn’t right. The south Charlotte child was having trouble walking and standing up in her crib, particularly in… Read more »

Honoring Grier

Honoring Grier

Grier Christenbury, the inspiration behind the local Cookies For Kids’ Cancer efforts, died this week at the age of 9 after a long battle with neuroblastoma. The south Charlotte boy… Read more »

Local Rally group first ever to win Komen award

Local Rally group first ever to win Komen award

It isn’t enough for the Ballantyne Country Club Rally volunteers to just be the best in the nation at fundraising for Susan G. Komen’s Rally for the Cure. They have… Read more »

Ballantyne area gets own turkey-themed run

Ballantyne area gets own turkey-themed run

Community members looking for a pre-Thanksgiving workout before turkey comas and belly aches set in don’t have to go too far, thanks to the efforts of one local family. Gary… Read more »

New council will have big development decisions to make

New council will have big development decisions to make

A number of big-name, and in some cases controversial, proposed developments in south Charlotte are waiting for the new Charlotte City Council to be seated next month before possibly moving… Read more »

Dulin will miss relationships the most

Dulin will miss relationships the most

For Andy Dulin, current District 6 representative for Charlotte City Council, working in public service has always been about the people. Dulin, who was first elected to city council in… Read more »

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