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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 »

A hands-on experience in health care

A hands-on experience in health care

Students in area high schools are getting a firsthand look at what it’s like to work in the medical field, thanks to the Medical Explorers program at the Novant Health… Read more »

Work starts at Elm and Ballantyne Commons

Work starts at Elm and Ballantyne Commons

Work is under way to improve the intersection of Ballantyne Commons Parkway and Elm Lane in south Charlotte, and drivers should expect to see lane shifts starting next week on… Read more »

Lansdowne receives grant for outdoor education

Lansdowne receives grant for outdoor education

Lansdowne Elementary School has been working for more than a year to integrate outdoor education into its everyday curriculum. Now, thanks to a new grant, the school can take that… Read more »

Couple brings FABO art café to Quail Corners

Couple brings FABO art café to Quail Corners

Moving a business across a city and making it your own is not easy, but south Charlotte couple Cricket and Clark Burget have taken the plunge. They opened FABO art… Read more »

South Charlotte goes red, rest of city goes blue

South Charlotte goes red, rest of city goes blue

Elections are over, and Charlotte City Council will change, yet stay the same. Despite a number of new faces on the dais when new members are sworn in on Dec…. Read more »

Ballantyne’s Cooksey reflects on his service

Ballantyne’s Cooksey reflects on his service

Representing a heavily Republican district as a minority on a heavily Democratic Charlotte City Council hasn’t been an easy task for District 7 Councilman Warren Cooksey. Cooksey, a Republican who… Read more »