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News Briefs: Feb. 13 to 19, 2015

News Briefs: Feb. 13 to 19, 2015

NC DOT presents options for I-485 The North Carolina Department of Transportation addressed Charlotte City Council at its Feb. 9 meeting regarding options for an unused lane on Interstate 485… Read more »

News Briefs: Feb. 6 to 12, 2015

News Briefs: Feb. 6 to 12, 2015

Luxury apartments open in SouthPark New England-based Nordblom Co. has opened its first Charlotte project, MEZZO1, a 100-unit luxury apartment community in SouthPark. The community, located at the intersection of… Read more »

New I-485 lanes look ready for drivers, but state says they’ll have to wait

New I-485 lanes look ready for drivers, but state says they’ll have to wait

While the expansion of Interstate 485 has created some rush-hour relief on the southwestern part of the highway, extra lanes built by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) to… Read more »

Ballantyne Breakfast Club and Chamber of Commerce host 2015 Priorities Meeting

Ballantyne Breakfast Club and Chamber of Commerce host 2015 Priorities Meeting

South Charlotte residents will have the opportunity to discuss pertinent events and concerns with elected officials at the upcoming Ballantyne Breakfast Club’s Priorities 2015 Meeting, on Feb. 14, a Saturday,… Read more »

Boy Scouts to tackle local hunger through annual drive

Boy Scouts to tackle local hunger through annual drive

Boy Scouts across Mecklenburg County will unite this weekend to fight hunger through the annual Scouting for Food endeavor. Members of the Mecklenburg County Council of the Boy Scouts of… Read more »

Ballantyne’s The Secret Chocolatier recovers from 2014 snow storm

Ballantyne’s The Secret Chocolatier recovers from 2014 snow storm

With Valentine’s Day approaching, local chocolate and confections shops like south Charlotte-based The Secret Chocolatier prepare for one of the busiest – and most profitable – times of the year…. Read more »

Morrison YMCA expands youth fitness programs

Morrison YMCA expands youth fitness programs

Three months ago, Providence Day School student Connor Thomas started attending CrossFit Varsity at the Morrison Family YMCA. The strength and conditioning program designed for high school students combines high… Read more »

SouthPark doctor shares flu season survival guide

SouthPark doctor shares flu season survival guide

Residents are in the heart of flu season and south Charlotte doctors are finding many don’t know the proper way to prevent and treat the flu. With concerns regarding the… Read more »

Lupus Foundation of America’s North Carolina chapter thriving

Lupus Foundation of America’s North Carolina chapter thriving

It was 1987 when Eunice Venson noticed a strange rash on her face. When the rash didn’t go away, she decided to go see a doctor. “When I got there,… Read more »

South Charlotte family raises funds for pancreatic cancer research

South Charlotte family raises funds for pancreatic cancer research

Dave Anstadt was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2002 at only 43 years old. Just 40 days after his diagnosis, Anstadt died, leaving behind his wife, Tammi Brady, and two… Read more »