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District 6’s rep ready to help new leader

District 6’s rep ready to help new leader

While local candidates facing election this November have been walking the streets, knocking on doors and working to convince constituents they’ll be the best representatives, current Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board of… Read more »

October Education News & Notes

October Education News & Notes

CMS new student enrollment now open New student enrollment for the 2014-15 school year for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools opened Oct. 7 and will run until Dec. 6 for students and families… Read more »

October Faith News & Notes

October Faith News & Notes

Fall festival, craft fair and more at Pineville UMC Pineville United Methodist Church will host a fall festival on Sunday, Oct. 27, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. The event, geared… Read more »

October Restaurant Scores

October Restaurant Scores

The following restaurant scores were reported in Pineville between Sept. 12 and Oct. 11: Lowest scores • China Express/Ming’s Restaurant, 315 S. Polk St., 28134 – 93 Violations included: No… Read more »

October Calendar

October Calendar

10.24.13 Thursday Trip to Uwharrie Vineyards, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Area residents can take a trip to Uwharrie Vineyards in Albemarle.  People interested in attending should meet at the… Read more »

Big Men on Campus

Big Men on Campus

With five of his top seven scorers gone from last season’s team, you’d think South Mecklenburg boys basketball coach John Fitch would be preparing himself for a down season. But… Read more »

Triple Threat

Triple Threat

Christie Mitchell knew she had her work cut out for her when stepped in as the coach of South Mecklenburg girls’ basketball team in 2011. But Mitchell had a plan,… Read more »

I only saw it in a picture. That was 40 years ago

I only saw it in a picture. That was 40 years ago

My dad was brilliant at designing things. He could take out a white sheet of paper and invent something that never existed before. Back in the early 60s my dad… Read more »

They survived my watch

They survived my watch

I’m part of the sandwich generation. I have a mother, age 91, who lives with me. I also have a 17-year-old Pomeranian. On the other side, my 28-year-old daughter still… Read more »

Teacher pay reform: Will we be left behind?

Teacher pay reform: Will we be left behind?

In March 2011, two of my state House colleagues and I filed a bill – at the request of then-CMS superintendent Peter Gorman – that would have given Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools… Read more »