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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 »

County gets outline of remaining CMS projects

County gets outline of remaining CMS projects

The Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners learned more this week about $294 million worth of projects Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools leaders say is vital to the system – including some $88 million… Read more »

Church, nonprofit team up with family event

Church, nonprofit team up with family event

Remember that feeling when you first got your training wheels off? Local kids experienced the feeling this weekend at the Bike Extravaganza, thanks to St. Stephen United Methodist Church and… Read more »

Parents worry state cuts will ax teacher assistants

Parents worry state cuts will ax teacher assistants

Local parents, teachers and community members hope next year’s budget includes more money for teacher assistants and technology. But with budget cuts from the state, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Heath Morrison… Read more »

Sharon UMC encourages community to get involved

Sharon UMC encourages community to get involved

Sharon United Methodist Church has a strong mission of being a spiritual crossroads in the SouthPark community. Centered on Sharon Road across the street from the high-end mall, the church… Read more »

Country Day ready to host Special Olympics Spring Games again next week

Country Day ready to host Special Olympics Spring Games again next week

A 30-year tradition at Charlotte Country Day School has become a passion for David Ball, the school’s dean of students. Next week will be the 30th anniversary for the Mecklenburg… Read more »

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