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Newton: Inspire youth to change

Newton: Inspire youth to change

By Sarah Obeid sports@mimonitor.com CORNELIUS – More than 20 teams from the Carolinas, Virginia and Washington, D.C. participated in the second annual Cam Newton Foundation 7-on-7 Football Tournament on June… Read more »

Captain’s Cap anchored by fish camp-style menu

Captain’s Cap anchored by fish camp-style menu

By Molly Reitter dining@lakenormanpublications.com BELMONT – Spero Stathopoulos came over from Athens, Greece at 17 years old in 1971 with his parents due to a military coup. He began working… Read more »

10U All-Stars finish 2-2 in tourney

10U All-Stars finish 2-2 in tourney

MOUNT HOLLY – The Mount Holly 10U All-Stars played in the Dixie Youth State Championship last month in Eden. With only two weeks to raise the money, many local businesses… Read more »

Gaston College receives STEM scholarship funding

Gaston College receives STEM scholarship funding

DALLAS – Gaston College has been awarded more than $600,000 from the National Science Foundation for scholarships and supplemental services, beginning in the fall 2014 semester. Scholarships, up to $5,600… Read more »

Whitewater Center offers dining, music and exercise

Whitewater Center offers dining, music and exercise

By Madison Siegfried AandE@mimonitor.com CHARLOTTE – If your go-to restaurant or squishy armchair is not doing the trick, nothing decompresses bottled-up tension quite like a tried-and-true dose of fresh air,… Read more »

Author exposes domestic violence

Author exposes domestic violence

CHARLOTTE – Deborah J. Monroe, a resident of Greenville, will sign copies of her book, “Hurt No More,” at 5 p.m. Aug. 9 at 900 N.C. Music Factory Blvd. In… Read more »

Author explores personal freedom

Author explores personal freedom

STANLEY – Author Dana Gasperson announces the nationwide release of the new book, “Restored, Second Edition,” where she explores the concept of personal freedom. Gasperson shares how she began the… Read more »

Organizers planning art, music festival

Organizers planning art, music festival

By Jasmine Madjlessi AandE@mimonitor.com MOUNT HOLLY – The seventh annual Mount Holly Art and Music Festival is coming up. Sept. 26 and 27 marks a celebration of art, music, alcohol… Read more »

Politicians point fingers about coal ash policy

Politicians point fingers about coal ash policy

By Carrie C. Causey news@mimonitor.com CORNELIUS – A Greenpeace and Charlotte Environmental Action message to N.C. Speaker of the House and Congressional candidate Thom Tills fell on deaf ears in… Read more »

Rescue mission ends in tragedy

Rescue mission ends in tragedy

By Carrie C. Causey news@mimonitor.com MOUNTAIN ISLAND LAKE – Search and rescue teams recovered the body of a 21-year-old Aug. 1 after the man allegedly jumped off of the N.C…. Read more »