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Community matters

If you had told me 15 years ago I’d be writing professionally someday, I’d have laughed in your face. Writing was never a big passion of mine – until I… Read more »

Sterling Elementary welcomes Jo Shirley

Sterling Elementary welcomes Jo Shirley

Sterling Elementary School recently welcomed Jo Shirley, a new principal who plans to emphasize literacy skills and teacher development in the upcoming school year. Shirley has been working at the… Read more »

Adventure Landing wants a hole-in-one for college education

Adventure Landing wants a hole-in-one for college education

One area business is giving families a chance to have fun while supporting children’s college education. Adventure Landing in Pineville is joining forces with Family Entertainment Centers across the United… Read more »

A festival for the four-legged

A festival for the four-legged

Pineville’s annual FallFest isn’t going to be just for the two-legged this year. The Pineville Downtown Merchants Association and Fluffs of Luv Pet Care are teaming up to host Howl-O-Ween,… Read more »

News Briefs: September 2014

News Briefs: September 2014

Volunteers needed for FallFest Pineville is seeking for volunteers to help with the annual Pineville FallFest at Pineville Lake Park in October. The festival will take place Oct. 17, a… Read more »

Pineville amends take-home vehicle policy for police officers

Pineville amends take-home vehicle policy for police officers

Pineville police officers who live more than 25 miles outside of town have two new options for commuting to work. The Pineville Town Council, in a 3-2 vote at its… Read more »

Running to save a life

Running to save a life

Area runners will have the opportunity to sprint around the Park Crossing neighborhood later this month to support local children suffering from heart difficulties. Showmars will host its third annual… Read more »

Sportsplex plans cause angst for council

Sportsplex plans cause angst for council

Plans to build the Carolina Sportsplex off Dorman Road are currently in limbo after the Pineville Town Council expressed concerns with a proposed amendment to the project. The council held… Read more »

Campers step back in time

Campers step back in time

Area campers experienced a hands-on adventure into history last month at the President James K. Polk State Historic Site.  The historic site hosted “Heritage Days Summer Camp: Backcountry Explorers” July… Read more »

Pineville looks at new options for downtown

Pineville looks at new options for downtown

Pineville leaders are currently looking at many different options, including the North Carolina Small Town Main Street Program, as means of pumping new energy into the downtown area. Bill McConnell,… Read more »

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