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A night for the TaTas

A night for the TaTas

The evening of Oct. 30 was a night full of glamor, jewelry and bidding to raise funds for breast cancer research at the Hadassah Medical Organization. Members of the Charlotte… Read more »

Helping wishes come true

Helping wishes come true

Philanthropy has always been important to Anjali Arnold. The Ballantyne resident has participated in a number of charity endeavors throughout her life, so it seemed natural for Arnold to take… Read more »

Fiction focuses on God’s love

Fiction focuses on God’s love

Susan Wright Beard has always considered herself to be a “progressive Christian.” Beard grew up attending a Southern Baptist church in Louisiana and attended a Baptist college and seminary, where… Read more »

News Briefs: Nov. 7 to 13, 2014

News Briefs: Nov. 7 to 13, 2014

Piper Glen Women’s Club providing hope and healing to victims of domestic violence this holiday season Continuing a south Charlotte tradition, the Piper Glen Women’s Club (PGWC) is collecting gifts… Read more »

The results are in…

The results are in…

While most North Carolinian’s eyes were on the Senate race on Election Day, more localized contests were going on under the radar. Here are the results of some of the… Read more »

Superintendent Morrison resigns from CMS

Superintendent Morrison resigns from CMS

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Dr. Heath Morrison will officially resign on Thursday, Nov. 6, according to a statement he released on Nov. 3. In the statement, Morrison attributes his departure to… Read more »

Students at a crossroad

Students at a crossroad

Five middle-school-aged children and three adults peer down Pineville-Matthews Road as westbound traffic barrels by at 50 miles per hour. It’s nearing 4 p.m. and traffic levels are starting to… Read more »

Racing in the name of Taylor

Racing in the name of Taylor

One local woman is lacing up her running shoes to bring awareness of rare diseases to people across the United States. Avid runner and south Charlotte resident Laura King Edwards… Read more »

Exploring barrier island nature through literature

Exploring barrier island nature through literature

If you want something done, sometimes you have to do it yourself. That’s the lesson south Charlotte resident Catherine Farley and her daughters, Madeline and Mary Catherine, learned through collaborating… Read more »

News Briefs: Oct. 31 to Nov. 6, 2014

News Briefs: Oct. 31 to Nov. 6, 2014

South Charlotte Rotary Club honors member for half century of perfect attendance The Charlotte Dilworth South End Rotary Club honored member Harding Shinn for 50 years of perfect attendance. “When… Read more »