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A profitable passion

A profitable passion

Teresa Godschalk worked as a vendor for years, bringing her passion for updating and painting furniture to others. Then the time came for her to venture out on her own,… Read more »

The Pineville Pilot Feb. News Briefs

The Pineville Pilot Feb. News Briefs

Pineville leaders approve zoning for new trampoline center The former PetSmart building at the end of Centrum Parkway will soon be home to an indoor trampoline center. Pineville Town Council… Read more »

The Pineville Pilot Feb. Crime Blotter

The Pineville Pilot Feb. Crime Blotter

Senior seriously injured in hit-and-run A 70-year-old man was struck by a white BMW while walking Monday, Feb. 10, around 9:30 to 10 p.m. in the 12600 block of Rock… Read more »

The Pineville Pilot Feb. Letters to the Editor

The Pineville Pilot Feb. Letters to the Editor

Regarding “Town considers allowing tattoo studio at the mall” in the January edition of The Pineville Pilot:   Editor, We are NOT in favor of the proposed tattoo studio. I,… Read more »

Putting their art education on display

Putting their art education on display

Students at South Mecklenburg High School are learning what it means to have an education based on collaboration, problem-solving and real-world experience. That’s been a driving force in the learning… Read more »

The Pineville Pilot Feb. Education Notes

The Pineville Pilot Feb. Education Notes

South Meck JROTC Academics takes first The South Mecklenburg High School JROTC academic team recently took first place in a competition against other Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools JROTC units. The competition consisted… Read more »

The Pineville Pilot Feb. Faith Notes

The Pineville Pilot Feb. Faith Notes

Chili cook-off, Ash Wednesday events at Pineville UMC The United Methodist Men group at Pineville United Methodist Church will host its third annual chili cook-off on Saturday, Feb. 22, at… Read more »

Bringing a piece of the mountains to Quail Hollow

Bringing a piece of the mountains to Quail Hollow

There’s a school of fish at Quail Hollow Middle… please ignore the pun. Sixth-grade science teacher Tim Kuzara manages the school’s Trout in the Classroom project, which invites students to… Read more »

New mayor hopes to tackle communication, bring new perspective

New mayor hopes to tackle communication, bring new perspective

It’s official – after 18 consecutive years, Pineville now has a new mayor on the job who is hoping to bring a fresh perspective to town business, issues and initiatives…. Read more »

Local police gear up for annual Bike to D.C. event

Local police gear up for annual Bike to D.C. event

Pineville Police Department’s Officer Matthew Woodrow will strap on his helmet for the first time this year as officers hit the road for the annual Bike to D.C. ride. Charlotte-Mecklenburg… Read more »

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