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Mayor candidates discuss CIP, Charlotte’s stature

Mayor candidates discuss CIP, Charlotte’s stature

Charlotte residents have a lot of work to do before deciding in November who the next mayor of Charlotte will be, including narrowing the playing field in both the Democratic… Read more »

Local candidates meet, greet area voters

Local candidates meet, greet area voters

Keeping tax dollars in south Charlotte is a main concern for many Ballantyne residents, and a hot topic that could affect who will represent the area at the city level… Read more »

Brothers on the road to Boone

Brothers on the road to Boone

Avid biker Jim Carroll loves the sense of community that comes with his job as a firefighter at Charlotte Fire Department’s Station 32 in Ballantyne. It’s a community that shares… Read more »

Candidates line up for shot at city at-large

Candidates line up for shot at city at-large

It’s going to be a crowded race to fill four at-large seats on Charlotte City Council this November – seats that will only add to the soon-to-change council that is… Read more »

Mission Possible team practices VBS on the road

Mission Possible team practices VBS on the road

Instead of passing around the offering plate at this summer’s vacation Bible school, students at South Mecklenburg Presbyterian Church donated 176 glue sticks, 122 tennis balls, 86 towels and more… Read more »

Local stylist finds way to have bigger impact

Local stylist finds way to have bigger impact

One Arboretum stylist is helping people in need see themselves in a new light. Kat Crawford was listening to a sermon at Elevation Church about serving others when she realized… Read more »

CMS Board of Ed. candidates talk a better school system

CMS Board of Ed. candidates talk a better school system

How to guide a school system in the midst of state budget cuts and encourage under-paid teachers to do their best will be some of the challenges and topics candidates… Read more »

$200M project planned for Ardrey Kell at Providence

$200M project planned for Ardrey Kell at Providence

Two local developers have proposed a $200 million, 90-acre shopping and living center in south Charlotte at the corner of Ardrey Kell and Providence roads. And tenants already are lining… Read more »

Primaries crowded in south Charlotte districts

Primaries crowded in south Charlotte districts

Voters deciding this fall’s Charlotte City Council elections will first have to whittle down the crowded Republican field in Ballantyne and SouthPark. Four Republicans are seeking Andy Dulin’s District 6… Read more »

Cycling event to help charities

Cycling event to help charities

At the end of this month, cyclists of all skill levels will gather in south Charlotte to practice bicycle safety while working to “turn the corner on local hunger.” Organizers… Read more »