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News Briefs: Nov. 28 to Dec. 4, 2014

News Briefs: Nov. 28 to Dec. 4, 2014

Water main break leaves two south Charlotte families without homes for months Three homes were evacuated in south Charlotte on Sunday, Nov. 23, after a water main broke and flooded… Read more »

An artistic journey of heritage, identity and prose

An artistic journey of heritage, identity and prose

Vivek Shraya didn’t begin his artistic career aspiring to be an author. The Canadian of Indian descent originally set out to become a musician and produced a number of independent… Read more »

South Charlotte resident goes the extra mile

South Charlotte resident goes the extra mile

A south Charlotte resident ran almost 50 miles to bring hope and a new life to women who have suffered from domestic violence. Providence Plantation resident Indu Vaidyanathan has spent… Read more »

Giving thanks with a grateful heart

Giving thanks with a grateful heart

As November wanes and people eagerly anticipate Christmas, a handful of churches are taking time to help members reflect on their blessings in the spirit of Thanksgiving. Several churches in… Read more »

News Briefs: Nov. 21 to 27, 2014

News Briefs: Nov. 21 to 27, 2014

Twins earn Eagle Scout together Twins Justin and Brad Stojetz came into the world together, and on July 31, just before their 16th birthday, the brothers earned the rank of… Read more »

Thanksgiving Day tradition returning to Ballantyne

Thanksgiving Day tradition returning to Ballantyne

People in the Ballantyne and Blakeney areas who are looking to start a new Thanksgiving tradition and help those less fortunate during the holidays should look no further than their… Read more »

New lanes on I-485 set to open by end of year

New lanes on I-485 set to open by end of year

The current road-widening project on Interstate 485 between Interstate 77 and Rea Road is on pace to be nearly complete by its projected finish date of December 2014, the North… Read more »

Taking it to heart

Taking it to heart

Charlotte residents will begin to see more advertisements urging them to consume omega-3 fatty acids thanks to a global organization. The Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3s (GOED) launched… Read more »

South Charlotte man arrested after rampage

South Charlotte man arrested after rampage

Four days after causing a chaotic string of accidents and assaulting two police officers in the Arboretum area on Thursday evening, Nov. 6, Terry Dennis, 35, was taken into custody… Read more »

Fighting for a cure

Fighting for a cure

The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) will host an evening this weekend with hopes of one day ending Type 1 diabetes. JDRF will host the Hope Gala on Saturday, Nov…. Read more »