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Residents, developer bicker over proposed townhomes

Residents, developer bicker over proposed townhomes

Residents near a planned townhome project in the SouthPark area say they’re worried the project will lower their property values and increase storm runoff flooding in their yards. The developer… Read more »

Ballantyne gets to discuss its priorities

Ballantyne gets to discuss its priorities

If Ballantyne residents have gripes about something happening in Charlotte, odds are they’ll find someone they can talk to about it at this weekend’s Priorities 2013 meeting. The meeting, hosted… Read more »

A different kind of lab

A different kind of lab

Smithfield Elementary School is home to a new lab, but instead of Bunsen burners, test tubes and microscopes, students will find stability balls, mini trampolines and seat cushions. That’s because… Read more »

Ballantyne talking economic future

Ballantyne talking economic future

Local business leaders were encouraged at a recent Ballantyne chapter of the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce meeting to help the local and national economy by finding innovative ways to add… Read more »

South Charlotte starts 2013 with spike in car break-ins

South Charlotte starts 2013 with spike in car break-ins

Police throughout south Charlotte routinely send out the same warning to area residents: lock your car doors, hide your valuables, stop tempting criminals with your belongings. But the message isn’t… Read more »

Charlotte Catholic swimmers win 12th consecutive state title in dominant fashion

Charlotte Catholic swimmers win 12th consecutive state title in dominant fashion

There are many ways to win a championship. There’s profiling your way to a crown (see: Ali, Muhammad), there’s battling your way to a title with grit and determination (see:… Read more »

Area woodcarvers ready to show their stuff at local event

Area woodcarvers ready to show their stuff at local event

From wood spirits to spoons to life-like statues, the Charlotte Woodcarvers Club can do it all. And for the 30th year they will come together with carvers from all across… Read more »

Second roundabout considered for Community House

Second roundabout considered for Community House

City planners are about ready to see construction begin on improving a portion of Community House Road near Ardrey Kell High School. But the other piece of the puzzle still… Read more »

Local homebuilder encouraged by strengthening economy

Local homebuilder encouraged by strengthening economy

Leaders with area homebuilder M/I Homes say they have to get back to work to keep up with demand as the economy shows signs of improvement in the region, with… Read more »

Local woman looks to expand her theater program

Local woman looks to expand her theater program

Bonnie Davidoff was a weird kid, by her own admission. She didn’t really enjoy the ocean – every one else in Ocean City, Md., did, though. She had an accent,… Read more »

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