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Paw Creek rallies around family

Paw Creek rallies around family

by Alan Hodge Warm hearts prevailed over sleet and cold rain Saturday night at Paw Creek Presbyterian Church where a benefit dinner was held for 43-year-old cancer patient Kelley Longshore… Read more »

Reminding women they are beautiful

Reminding women they are beautiful

by Erica Oglesby “You are beautiful!” A simple enough phrase, but one that’s turned into a life changer for Caitlin Boyle. After a rough day, the Charlotte resident wrote the… Read more »

Crosland on top, but developments far from reality

Crosland on top, but developments far from reality

by Andrew Batten CHARLOTTE – The Charlotte-based real estate firm Crosland was recently named a top company in the Grant Thornton North Carolina 100. The Grant Thornton North Carolina 100… Read more »

New home provides hope to homeless and pregnant teens

New home provides hope to homeless and pregnant teens

GASTONIA – A newly constructed maternity home will open in January, becoming the first transitional living facility in the state focused on homeless and at-risk teenage mothers. The new With… Read more »

City committees have vacancies

City committees have vacancies

CHARLOTTE – The Charlotte City Council has open spots on several citizen advisory boards. City council members will make nominations to fill vacant positions on the boards and committees at… Read more »

MinuteClinic medical clinics offering free A1c tests to diabetics

MinuteClinic medical clinics offering free A1c tests to diabetics

CHARLOTTE – MinuteClinic walk-in medical clinics, inside select CVS/pharmacy stores throughout the Charlotte region, offer complimentary A1c tests through the end of December. As part of the complimentary tests, which… Read more »

Register now for the teens ski and snowboard trip

Register now for the teens ski and snowboard trip

CHARLOTTE – The Meck Teens program, along with Mecklenburg County 4-H, invite youth and teens ages 11-17 on an out-of-school ski and snowboarding trip to Appalachian Ski Mountain Jan. 21,… Read more »

The Crime Scene for December 10

The Crime Scene for December 10

Police warn about package theft With the holiday season upon us, many people are using the Internet and catalogs to order presents for friends and family. As online shopping continues… Read more »

Roberts holds on to county chair

Roberts holds on to county chair

by Andrew Batten Jennifer Roberts was unanimously re-elected as the county commission’s chairwoman on Monday, Dec. 6, but not before a move to oust her from the top leadership spot…. Read more »

Fishermen have many reasons to use tacky bait

Fishermen have many reasons to use tacky bait

There is an old saying used by fishermen that goes something like this, “I spent most of my money on fishing tackle, the rest I wasted.” Maybe you have heard… Read more »