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Local group hopes to use power of art to spread love, hope

Local group hopes to use power of art to spread love, hope

by Alan Hodge The Beatles sang, “All you need is love.” Forty years later, Case Warnemunde hopes to uphold that ideal with his new organization Bella Love, which uses Charlotte-area… Read more »

How restaurants fared in health inspections for January 21

How restaurants fared in health inspections for January 21

The Mecklenburg and Iredell county health departments conducted inspections at the following restaurants from Jan. 10 to 15: Lowest Scores • Bojangles, 3510 Mt. Holly-Huntersville Road – 95 Violations include:… Read more »

This weekend only: A fashionably funny fairytale

This weekend only: A fashionably funny fairytale

by Ann Fletcher It’s a fashionable retelling of one of history’s greatest yarns. Davidson Community Players and the Davidson College Department of Theatre will take on Hans Christian Andersen’s “The… Read more »

Pirates swashbuckle the Queen City

Pirates swashbuckle the Queen City

by Alison Woo For both children and adults, the life of a pirate is seemingly an enviable one. Ideally there are no bills, no bosses and no teeth to brush…. Read more »

Papa John’s shares its ‘dough’ with CMS

Papa John’s shares its ‘dough’ with CMS

by Frank DeLoache Papa John’s Pizza kicked off a new partnership with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Wednesday, Jan. 19, by donating 20 percent of the day’s sales to the school district. The… Read more »

Hopewell High School receives $1,000 grant

Hopewell High School receives $1,000 grant

The National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering awarded $1,000 in grant money to Hopewell High School’s Academy of Engineering program this month. The money will be used to fund… Read more »

Hopewell student heads to Raleigh Governor’s Office

Hopewell student heads to Raleigh Governor’s Office

Hopewell High School sophomore Justyce Szikszai has been selected to participate in the North Carolina Governor’s Page Program, which gives qualifying high school students the opportunity to learn about state… Read more »

Public schools’ snow day make-ups

Public schools’ snow day make-ups

Monday, Jan. 17 was designated as one of three make-up days following school closings last week due to severe weather. The second scheduled make-up day is Feb. 18 and the… Read more »

Hopewell student heads to Raleigh Governor’s Office

Hopewell student heads to Raleigh Governor’s Office

Hopewell High School sophomore Justyce Szikszai has been selected to participate in the North Carolina Governor’s Page Program, which gives qualifying high school students the opportunity to learn about state… Read more »

Key dates set for CMS 2011-12 budget work

Key dates set for CMS 2011-12 budget work

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Board of Education plans budget discussions and work sessions as follows: • Jan. 25, during Board of Education meeting, Government Center room 267, 6 p.m. • Feb…. Read more »