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Jury selection starts June 10 in SouthPark murder case

Jury selection starts June 10 in SouthPark murder case

The trial against 20-year-old Chauncey Sterling will start June 10 when attorneys begin to pick a jury in the first-degree murder case. Sterling, then 18, was charged in 2011 with… Read more »

Conference could be ‘starting point’ for change

Conference could be ‘starting point’ for change

Lynn Ivey hopes Monday’s discussion on aging in Charlotte changes the way people look at the role of seniors in the community and serves as a starting point for celebrating… Read more »

Troop 8 marks big milestone

Troop 8 marks big milestone

It’s the rich history and tradition that has made south Charlotte’s Boy Scouts of America Troop 8 successful. Established before Interstate 485, Rea Road and Ballantyne Commons Parkway, the troop… Read more »

Elevation Church public hearing delayed

Elevation Church public hearing delayed

The Charlotte City Council will have to wait another month before they hear arguments on rezoning a portion of land at Lancaster Highway and Johnston Road for a new Elevation… Read more »

County’s capital projects include local options

County’s capital projects include local options

The county is considering a number of capital improvement projects for the 2015-17 timeframe, including a handful of south Charlotte developments. County staff has developed a list of 88 projects,… Read more »

AK orchestra raises money for a fighting cause

AK orchestra raises money for a fighting cause

“No One Fights Alone.” That’s the silent chant for students at Ardrey Kell High School and junior Nick Menendez, who for nearly a year and a half has been battling… Read more »

Temporary closures coming to south Charlotte greenways

Temporary closures coming to south Charlotte greenways

Residents will soon see closures along the upper and lower McAlpine Creek and McMullen Creek greenways as the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Utility Department and North Carolina Department of Transportation work on two… Read more »

City hears public budget concerns

City hears public budget concerns

Charlotte residents got a chance this week to give input on the city’s proposed budget and capital improvement plan as Charlotte City Council prepares for its straw vote. Residents spoke… Read more »

Harrison UMC to launch summer entertainment series

Harrison UMC to launch summer entertainment series

Looking for a fun, safe, family-friendly place to hang out on Friday nights? Harrison United Methodist Church might be the ticket; at least that’s the hope of Associate Pastor Rhonda… Read more »

City gets shot at budget amendments next week

City gets shot at budget amendments next week

Charlotte City Council members will get a chance next week to suggest any further amendments to a controversial capital investment plan that’s been in the works for more than a… Read more »

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