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Water tower approved for Hemby Road

Water tower approved for Hemby Road

WEDDINGTON – After years of indecision and months of heated arguments, Weddington will get a water tower the county promises will help residents who often can’t shower in the morning… Read more »

UCPS: Jury award will cut into long list of needs

UCPS: Jury award will cut into long list of needs

MONROE – The Union County Public Schools Board of Education and district leaders will soon discuss how to spend the roughly $91 million in addition money the system recently was… Read more »

County: UCPS award may hurt taxpayers

County: UCPS award may hurt taxpayers

MONROE – Leaders with Union County say the recent lawsuit between the county and Union County Public Schools likely will “have a significant financial impact on taxpayers” as officials try… Read more »

A festive fundraiser

A festive fundraiser

WAXHAW – Rea View Elementary School is bringing the community together for the third year in a row to raise funds for school improvements through the annual Rockin’ at Rea… Read more »

A new ball game

A new ball game

Stringing together victories has been an uphill battle for the Parkwood football team the past few seasons. But now, for the first time in four years, the Rebels are winning… Read more »

Autumn Treasures returns to Waxhaw

Autumn Treasures returns to Waxhaw

WAXHAW – The aroma of barbecue, the sounds of live music and the spirit of festivity will soon fill the air in downtown Waxhaw as the town hosts its 25th… Read more »

Waxhaw annexation makes way for equestrian center

Waxhaw annexation makes way for equestrian center

WAXHAW – Leaders in Waxhaw recently annexed in about 34 acres of land they hope will benefit local businesses and residents in the community for years to come. Board members… Read more »

With two seats open, Indian Trail prepares to vote

With two seats open, Indian Trail prepares to vote

INDIAN TRAIL – With less than a month left before the majority of voters cast their ballot to fill the two open seats on Indian Trail Town Council, candidates are… Read more »

The Running Game

The Running Game

Football at Monroe is all about tradition – a tradition of winning. The Redhawks have claimed three of the last four Rocky River 1A/2A conference titles, and coach Johnny Sowell,… Read more »

Fighting for a cure

Fighting for a cure

MONROE – Firefighters throughout the area are joining forces for the third year in a row to fight breast cancer through the Firefighters for the Cure 5K. The third annual… Read more »

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