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Yearly Archives: 2010

Enjoying the features

Enjoying the features

Dear Editor, I have read several complaints in the last few weeks about your paper. Some of them from people who obviously don’t even know anything about your paper since… Read more »

Owner of horses loses bid to change ordinance

Owner of horses loses bid to change ordinance

Weddington again debates rights of property owner, public by Virginia Franco What appeared to be a quick public hearing Monday night, Dec. 13, on Weddington’s regulation of miniature horses evolved… Read more »

Dispenziere named Marvin mayor

Dispenziere named Marvin mayor

Salimao appointed Mayor Pro Tem, council looks for new addition by Brian Carlton By a unanimous decision, the Marvin Village Council appointed Nick Dispenziere as the village’s new mayor Monday,… Read more »

Monroe firm rejected

Monroe firm rejected

Matthews denies proposal to bring plant to Stevens Mill Road by Kara Lopp Boggs Paving will have to look elsewhere to open the state’s third shingle-recycling plant, after being rejected… Read more »

Sun Valley kids build houses

Sun Valley kids build houses

The media center at Sun Valley Middle School was filled with the wonderful sights of the holiday season courtesy of the gingerbread houses created by faculty and students in the… Read more »

Sleigh is almost ready for Katie’s Kidz

Sleigh is almost ready for Katie’s Kidz

Local organization still hopes to meet its goal of $15,000 before Christmas by Josh Whitener When Union County Weekly met with Katie Greene back in July, she already had Christmas… Read more »

East Elementary embraces cultures from around the world

East Elementary embraces cultures from around the world

Local school hosts an evening celebrating international societies by Josh Whitener The students of East Elementary School are taking a trip around the world in their classrooms. The evening of… Read more »

Thornton declares for mayor’s race

Thornton declares for mayor’s race

Arts Council president feels its ‘time for a change’ by Brian Carlton A month after the election, a second candidate has declared for the 2011 election. Waxhaw resident Lisa Thornton… Read more »

College chapter lends a hand

College chapter lends a hand

When an Indian Trail family’s house burned down Dec. 3, Phi Theta Kappa chapter for South Piedmont Community College jumped into action. The chapter gave Randy and Ronnie Sims $5,000… Read more »

Forest Hills students ‘warm the soles’ of those in need

Forest Hills students ‘warm the soles’ of those in need

Thanks to Forest Hills High School, more than 1,000 people will be a little warmer this winter. In a project called “Warming the Soles,” students collected new socks, donating them… Read more »