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Reading beyond barriers

Reading beyond barriers

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools educators have stepped up to ensure elementary students become proficient readers at their appropriate grade levels, using the summer months to make it happen.  The North Carolina General… Read more »

Public to weigh in on new NCDOT project formula

Public to weigh in on new NCDOT project formula

The North Carolina Department of Transportation will roll out the new strategic mobility formula next summer. But before projects throughout the state are scored based on need, North Carolina residents… Read more »

Leaders, tenants pleased with Main Street’s growth

Leaders, tenants pleased with Main Street’s growth

Downtown Pineville is still getting a facelift as new businesses continue to set up shop – and that’s a good thing, area business experts say. The town, which has tried… Read more »

CCAC receives two-month  extension

CCAC receives two-month extension

The Civic & Cultural Arts Center of Pineville isn’t ready to pack up and move from its 329 Main St. location just yet. The center moved to the 2,300-square-foot space… Read more »

No tax increase for Pineville residents for 2014-15

No tax increase for Pineville residents for 2014-15

Pineville residents won’t see an increase in town taxes over the next year, as Pineville Town Council unanimously voted Tuesday, June 10, to keep the town tax rate flat. The… Read more »

Running, or walking, through history

Running, or walking, through history

The James K. Polk 5K is back for the second year in Pineville, and this year the town has a new partner to help freshen things up. Members from the… Read more »

Students take a break on the diamond before testing

Students take a break on the diamond before testing

While most elementary students across the county were cramming before their end-of-grade tests last week, Pineville Elementary School students were out on the softball diamond. State Farm Insurance agent Darin… Read more »

Hooked on Hood

Hooked on Hood

It’s no secret that Charlotte Catholic running back Elijah Hood is one of the best athletes to come out of Mecklenburg County. Scouts had their eye on the 6-foot, 220-pound… Read more »

McCullagh makes waves

McCullagh makes waves

Charlotte Catholic junior Nora McCullagh doesn’t live the life of an average 16-year-old. While her peers are still in a deep sleep, McCullagh is ready at 4:30 a.m. to head… Read more »

Public’s input sought on proposed spending plan

Public’s input sought on proposed spending plan

The recently proposed Pineville budget looks to keep the town tax rate flat while taking care of a number of needed projects such as new police vehicles and repairs to… Read more »