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Rev. Tony – Oh no, now I have guilt

Rev. Tony – Oh no, now I have guilt

I grew up in the New York City area on the “Joisey” side, where they pour guilt into the drinking water. If you were Italian, you had guilt. I had… Read more »

SCW Faith Notes – April 25

SCW Faith Notes – April 25

Church at Charlotte to host “An Evening with the Pastors” Church at Charlotte will host “An Evening with the Pastors” event on May 18, a Sunday, from 4 to 7… Read more »

Big Rock gets big help

Big Rock gets big help

Preserving Charlotte’s history is a community effort. That’s the belief of Justin Ashley, a fourth-grade history teacher at McAlpine Elementary School who recently heard about vandalism of the Big Rock… Read more »

Local development proposals keep  lining up

Local development proposals keep lining up

A number of local developers have submitted rezoning petitions to city officials in the last month as the market in south Charlotte continues to attract builders and businesses. Five new… Read more »

Additional I-485 widening could start in 2017

Additional I-485 widening could start in 2017

Crews could start widening Interstate 485 from Rea Road in southern Mecklenburg County to Matthews and Independence Boulevard as soon as 2017, as the state works to improve a troubled… Read more »

South Charlotte’s Driggs, Smith agree with Clodfelter appointment

South Charlotte’s Driggs, Smith agree with Clodfelter appointment

South Charlotte’s representatives to city council believe the appointment of Daniel Clodfelter as mayor is a step in the right direction for Charlotte, and one that puts the city back… Read more »

Area leaders to discuss roads, budgets in Ballantyne

Area leaders to discuss roads, budgets in Ballantyne

State, county and city officials will discuss three Ballantyne favorites at a public forum this weekend: traffic, taxes and schools. The Ballantyne Breakfast Club will welcome N.C. Sen. Bob Rucho,… Read more »

Healthy Charlotte topic of chamber

Healthy Charlotte topic of chamber

Local business leaders are trying to be more mindful of what impact they have on the health of their employees and the county. Charlotte’s health and the outlook of the… Read more »

Veterans strive to provide fitting final farewell

Veterans strive to provide fitting final farewell

Duty, honor and country. No matter what branch of the armed services a veteran belonged to, those three responsibilities follow them throughout their life and beyond. That’s at the heart… Read more »

The Ivey moves forward with expansion for overnight care

The Ivey moves forward with expansion for overnight care

Lynn Ivey has lived the role of caregiver, having watched her mother succumb to Alzheimer’s disease in 2006 and now seeing her father diagnosed with dementia. So she knows how… Read more »

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