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Portraits celebrate a life well lived

Portraits celebrate a life well lived

Victoria Moreland always knew her aunt, Barbara Pennington, was a talented artist. But it wasn’t until Pennington’s death in 2013 when Moreland realized just how enormous her aunt’s collection of… Read more »

PCAA seeks Pineville’s support, funding

PCAA seeks Pineville’s support, funding

The Pineville-Ballantyne Community Athletic Association, whose majority of participants live in south Charlotte, recently reached out to leaders in Pineville in hopes of finding funding and support, and possible incorporation… Read more »

Finding out what’s in a block of wood

Finding out what’s in a block of wood

The annual Charlotte Woodcarvers Club showcase will return to south Charlotte this weekend, bringing with it some of the most popular cartoon characters of all time. The Showcase of Woodcarvings… Read more »

Whole Foods planned for proposed Waverly project

Whole Foods planned for proposed Waverly project

Another Whole Foods Market could be coming to south Charlotte, if the Charlotte City Council approves plans for the proposed Waverly mixed-use center off Providence Road near Interstate 485. Developers… Read more »

Rash of break-ins hit business complex

Rash of break-ins hit business complex

Police are investigating after a number of businesses were broken into this week on Johnston Road. The seven businesses are all located inside the McGregor Downs Associates Building, located at… Read more »

Local students star in ‘Sweeney Todd’

Local students star in ‘Sweeney Todd’

Things just got a lot darker at Fullwood Theater.   Matthews Playhouse of the Performing Arts is in the middle of its run of “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of… Read more »

2014 elections filing opens in Mecklenburg County

2014 elections filing opens in Mecklenburg County

Filing opened Monday, Feb. 10, for local elections that this year will include the Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners seats and the Washington, D.C., seats of Rep. Robert Pittenger and… Read more »

Hope for a broken civilization

Hope for a broken civilization

Members of Silent Images have spent the last several months working to make a difference both domestically and internationally through two efforts from different worlds. And soon, they’ll discuss those… Read more »

Troop 3 celebrates 75 years

Troop 3 celebrates 75 years

Former and current Scouts of Boy Scouts of America Troop 3 came together last weekend to celebrate the troop’s long, rich history in the Charlotte area. The troop, chartered at… Read more »

Chamber president highlights city’s 2013 accomplishments

Chamber president highlights city’s 2013 accomplishments

Charlotte had a good year in 2013. And area business leaders hope that doesn’t end now that the calendar says 2014. A key to continued success could be Ballantyne –… Read more »