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Mission’s anniversary marked with donation challenge

Mission’s anniversary marked with donation challenge

The Charlotte Rescue Mission is celebrating two anniversaries this month, and hopes community members will join in on the party with their wallets. The Leon Levine Foundation will match donations… Read more »

Roundabouts get their close-ups

Roundabouts get their close-ups

Homeowners along Community House Road in the Ballantyne area poured into a public forum Wednesday night, June 26, to see what’s expected to be the final designs in a project… Read more »

What’s our power in local government?

What’s our power in local government?

As filing for Charlotte City Council and other local elections nears, it’s time to see how much south Charlotte voters turn out to have a say in local politics. Listening… Read more »

As Independence Day nears, opportunity to help military families arrives

As Independence Day nears, opportunity to help military families arrives

Have you upgraded your cellphone recently and have the old one still sitting in a drawer? Mark Antonich wants you to take it out and do some good with it…. Read more »

Providence High alumna now a sea turtle intern

Providence High alumna now a sea turtle intern

This summer, Sam Sanders is going to the beach and staying up all night more often than she sleeps. But it’s far from the carefree summer some college students indulge… Read more »

County follows city in approving tax increase

County follows city in approving tax increase

Mecklenburg County commissioners voted Tuesday, June 18, in favor of raising taxes in order to fund an increase in need from groups that include Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. The vote to increase… Read more »

Local projects benefit from county capital shuffle

Local projects benefit from county capital shuffle

A number of south Charlotte developments are on the list of projects that will be included in upcoming bond packages after leaders warned bonds might not pass if they don’t… Read more »

Area Komen group stays strong

Area Komen group stays strong

While some Susan G. Komen for the Cure events across the nation have taken a hit, have downsized or even been canceled, local events in Charlotte are still going strong,… Read more »

Camp for developmental disabilities reaches new heights with more than 300 campers

Camp for developmental disabilities reaches new heights with more than 300 campers

In its 13th year, Camp SOAR, a camp for people with developmental disabilities, proved the number is actually lucky as it welcomed more campers and volunteers than ever. Camp SOAR,… Read more »

Local home sales hit multi-year highs

Local home sales hit multi-year highs

More homes were sold in south Charlotte last month than any month in the last two and a half years, according to data from the Charlotte Regional Realtors Association and… Read more »