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South Charlotte families encouraged to go Out

South Charlotte families encouraged to go Out

South Charlotte’s Capt. Jim Wilson says families need to plan an evening out on Tuesday, Aug. 5. National Night Out, a program that works to bring law enforcement agencies and… Read more »

Apartment proposal near Morrison Y draws critics

Apartment proposal near Morrison Y draws critics

Plans to construct a 240-unit apartment complex at the corner of North Community House and Bryant Farms roads has some area residents concerned about the proposed project’s impact on schools… Read more »

Ballantyne businesses set sights on Power Up

Ballantyne businesses set sights on Power Up

Three local business leaders are hoping to get a boost next week through the Ballantyne chapter of the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce. Peace In Peace Out Program, Health Insurance Geeks… Read more »

Keep cool this summer with Charlotte Curling

Keep cool this summer with Charlotte Curling

Many remember seeing the sport of curling for the first time on television during the 2002 Olympics.  People watched for the novelty of it: the curler’s elaborate delivery of the… Read more »

Balloon sinus dilation improves life for sinusitis sufferers

Balloon sinus dilation improves life for sinusitis sufferers

A new procedure is paving the way for patients to have their sinuses corrected long term in just 30 minutes and without leaving their physician’s office. Doctors are considering the… Read more »

Local kids pitch in on national effort

Local kids pitch in on national effort

Danny Nickerson, a 5-year-old boy from Massachusetts, made one request for his sixth birthday: birthday cards. And one south Charlotte organization is helping to make that wish come true. People… Read more »

Ballantyne flyover on target to open late next week

Ballantyne flyover on target to open late next week

The Johnston Road flyover, which aims to reduce congestion for Ballantyne drivers trying to reach the Interstate 485 inner loop, is on schedule to open late next week, according to… Read more »

New roundtable to discuss Ballantyne-related topics

New roundtable to discuss Ballantyne-related topics

Wingate University’s Ballantyne campus is offering area residents and leaders a new look at business topics in south Charlotte and beyond. Wingate University’s Business Roundtable series will focus on a… Read more »

Local karate student takes a punch at cancer

Local karate student takes a punch at cancer

Twenty-year-old Charlotte resident and University of North Carolina at Charlotte freshman Jack Bretz Jr. will experience the opportunity of a lifetime this weekend as he travels to Las Vegas to… Read more »

King of Pops’s sweet success

King of Pops’s sweet success

Three local entrepreneurs are celebrating an anniversary of bringing innovative, gourmet popsicles to the masses. Neil Ringer and Brandon and Reade DeCurtins started a local branch of King of Pops… Read more »