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County announces July 4 closings

County announces July 4 closings

CHARLOTTE – Mecklenburg County government offices and agencies will be closed July 4 for Independence Day and open on a normal schedule July 5. County parks and nature preserves/centers will be… Read more »

Picture book highlights positivity, cleverness

Picture book highlights positivity, cleverness

MOUNT HOLLY – Karen Freeman Sanders used to make up stories when she was younger to help herself to sleep. Her self-published picture book “A World of Colors” teaches children how… Read more »

Lupus Foundation holds support group

Lupus Foundation holds support group

CHARLOTTE – Lupus Foundation of America North Carolina Chapter will host a support group for those living with lupus, as well as families and caregivers. The group provides participants with an… Read more »

County commissioners adopt 2013-14 budget

County commissioners adopt 2013-14 budget

CHARLOTTE – The Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners adopted a nearly $1.7 billion operating budget for 2013-14. The budget increases the county’s property tax rate by 2.35 cents next fiscal year… Read more »

Verizon Wireless offers iPhone workshops

Verizon Wireless offers iPhone workshops

CHARLOTTE – Verizon Wireless offers free in-store workshops in Charlotte. Workshops are as follows: • Apple iPhone 5 – The workshop details the new features of the iPhone 5, including Siri, Facebook… Read more »

Event gives at-risk children some lake time

Event gives at-risk children some lake time

by Jackson Sveen news@mimonitor.com CORNELIUS – About 150 children from Big Brothers Big Sisters will get the chance to hang out on the lake and enjoy a picnic with their… Read more »

Schools come together for exceptional prom

Schools come together for exceptional prom

(Melissa Gute/MI Monitor photos) Hopewell High School invited exceptional students from Hough High School to join for a special prom held in the Hopewell Media Center on May 24. The… Read more »

Students learn all about farming at Cook’s garden

Students learn all about farming at Cook’s garden

(Courtney Price/MI Monitor photos) MOUNTAIN ISLAND – About 30 students from Mountain Island Day School took a trip May 22 to the Cook’s Community Garden to learn about plants, chickens… Read more »

Kids swim, bike, run in triathlon fun

Kids swim, bike, run in triathlon fun

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Chrysler dealership anticipates fall grand opening

Chrysler dealership anticipates fall grand opening

by Lauren Odomirok news@mimonitor.com GASTONIA – Jack Salzman and his wife, Robin Smith, are excited to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Lake Norman Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Cornelius this month…. Read more »