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Skating for scholarships

Skating for scholarships

INDIAN TRAIL – Gabrielle Gorman has skated competitively for nearly a decade. The Grace Academy junior has trained and learned all of the right techniques to help shape her into… Read more »

Stallings candidates discuss storm water, future town manager

Stallings candidates discuss storm water, future town manager

STALLINGS – With elections less than two months away, Union County Weekly is continuing to give western Union County residents a chance to learn more about the candidates in their… Read more »

Indian Trail hears debate on Old  Monroe apartments

Indian Trail hears debate on Old Monroe apartments

INDIAN TRAIL – Proponents of a planned apartment complex in Indian Trail say the project will benefit one of the town’s commercial districts while being better than the alternative that… Read more »

Agreement paves way for fire department improvements

Agreement paves way for fire department improvements

WEDDINGTON – After nearly six months of negotiations, the Weddington Town Council and Providence Volunteer Fire Department have approved two agreements allowing for the renovation of the fire department. Council… Read more »

Mural completed at Poplin Elementary

Mural completed at Poplin Elementary

INDIAN TRAIL – Poplin Elementary School is home to a new mural after months of work. Larry Ferguson, a painting instructor at Central Piedmont Community College’s Levine campus, and friends… Read more »

Catching On

Catching On

When former Sun Valley coach Scott Stein arrived to summer workouts before the start of last season, he was impressed by what he saw from a sophomore running back who… Read more »

Correction to Wesley Chapel neighborhood zoning story

Correction to Wesley Chapel neighborhood zoning story

In the Sept. 6 issue of Union County Weekly, information about a planned zoning public hearing was incorrect. A developer has petitioned the town to rezone 125 acres of land… Read more »

‘True volunteerism’ spans 20 years

‘True volunteerism’ spans 20 years

WEDDINGTON – Saving lives was never a job for Mary Ann DeSimone. It was a passion, a way of life – and entirely volunteer. DeSimone recently celebrated her retirement from… Read more »

Wesley Chapel to see two new council members

Wesley Chapel to see two new council members

WESLEY CHAPEL – As leaders in Wesley Chapel see construction crews hammer out the details on the new Dogwood Park and town hall, Mayor Brad Horvath is looking into the… Read more »

Additional Indian Trail candidate weighs in

Additional Indian Trail candidate weighs in

Union County Weekly took a look last week at the candidates running for town council in Indian Trail, but due to an email error was unable to receive one candidate’s… Read more »

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