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Indian Trail in midst of  infrastructure upgrades

Indian Trail in midst of infrastructure upgrades

INDIAN TRAIL – Town staff and construction crews are busy in Indian Trail working to improve overburdened roads in light of rapid population growth in the largest town in Union… Read more »

Voters get first real look at Waxhaw candidates

Voters get first real look at Waxhaw candidates

WAXHAW – Voters in Waxhaw had a chance to meet the five candidates for the board of commissioners this week at a forum that focused on leaders’ ethics, upcoming projects… Read more »

Candidates talk new initiatives, Marvin-Efird Park

Candidates talk new initiatives, Marvin-Efird Park

MARVIN – As Election Day draws closer, the voting pool in Marvin becomes thinner with only four candidates for town council left on the ballot and no formal candidate for… Read more »

Foreign flavor

Foreign flavor

WEDDINGTON – As a French-born citizen of German descent who’s spent most of his adult life teaching in England, Nordine Schweitzer said coming to teach in America came naturally. Schweitzer… Read more »

Expect More from Morrison

Expect More from Morrison

When DeShawn Morrison walks onto the football field on Friday night, he rarely comes off until the game is over. With his obvious talent, it’s easy to see why. The… Read more »

Pet sitter spreads the love

Pet sitter spreads the love

INDIAN TRAIL – A local woman is spreading her passion and love for animals around Union County through her home-based pet sitting service. Maureen McCarthy, owner and founder of Love… Read more »

Candidates in Waxhaw work for votes

Candidates in Waxhaw work for votes

WAXHAW – Many new initiatives have been discussed by the Waxhaw Board of Commissioners, and Election Day on Nov. 5 could change the way those talks continue with three seats… Read more »

Wesley Chapel to build new recreation center

Wesley Chapel to build new recreation center

WESLEY CHAPEL – After months of discussions, the Wesley Chapel Town Council decided to demolition an old home at the site of the new Dogwood Park in exchange for building… Read more »

Help coming to Eaglecrest homeowners

Help coming to Eaglecrest homeowners

STALLINGS – Concerned homeowners used to driving on poorly maintained roads in the Eaglecrest neighborhood will soon get some help from Stallings and the North Carolina Department of Transportation. The… Read more »

Will power

Will power

STALLINGS – People from the Chestnut Oaks community and Antioch Elementary School are rallying to support one of their own – Will Henely, a 7-year-old boy recently diagnosed with cancer…. Read more »

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