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Local clinic celebrates 50 years

Local clinic celebrates 50 years

Carolinas HealthCare System’s Charlotte Pediatric Clinic recently celebrated its 50th anniversary on Oct. 19 with a fun-filled day held for patients, families and past and present employees. “The event was… Read more »

Liberty Mutual glad to offer helping hand

Liberty Mutual glad to offer helping hand

The Humane Society of Charlotte, now in its 35th year of operation, recently got some help from the Ballantyne branch of Liberty Mutual Group Markets through their third annual pet… Read more »

I-485 paving begins, lane closures coming

I-485 paving begins, lane closures coming

Crews have started paving the new lanes of Interstate 485 near N.C. 51 as the North Carolina Department of Transportation continues widening the congested section of highway between Interstate 77… Read more »

Hospital system discusses growing midwifery practice

Hospital system discusses growing midwifery practice

Midwives across the country are coming together to celebrate their craft this month, and Carolinas HealthCare System is helping them mark the occasion. National Midwifery Week just came to an… Read more »

Running blind toward the light

Running blind toward the light

Laura King Edwards has participated in the annual Thunder Road Half-Marathon since 2009. But this year’s race is going to be different for the avid runner – she’s going to… Read more »

Apartments proposed near Endhaven Elementary

Apartments proposed near Endhaven Elementary

A local developer has proposed a 220-unit apartment complex for Endhaven Lane near the extension of North Community House Road, and is working to provide the land for the long-awaited… Read more »

Cannon aims for big seat on  Charlotte council

Cannon aims for big seat on Charlotte council

Charlotte City Council Mayor Pro Tem Patrick Cannon spent a lot of time in the past year running council meetings while former Mayor Anthony Foxx lined up his bid for… Read more »

Local Rally team already looking forward

Local Rally team already looking forward

The Ballantyne Country Club’s annual Rally for the Cure week recently wrapped up, but organizers are already looking at where to go from here after 10 years of fundraising and… Read more »

Sharon UMC looks to ‘be bold’ in SouthPark

Sharon UMC looks to ‘be bold’ in SouthPark

Leaders and members of Sharon United Methodist Church are taking their vision and mission of being “the spiritual crossroads in SouthPark” to the next level. And they’re asking residents, developers… Read more »

South Charlotte has eyes on mayoral race

South Charlotte has eyes on mayoral race

With Election Day less than a month away, mayoral candidates Patrick Cannon and Edwin Peacock are working to separate themselves in the eyes of voters. And in south Charlotte, that… Read more »