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CAPS study says redistricting will hurt property values

CAPS study says redistricting will hurt property values

A group of Union County residents angry about school redistricting say a study they coordinated found lower property values as a result of the maligned decision. With a lawsuit pending… Read more »

Continuing to do more with less in Indian Trail

Continuing to do more with less in Indian Trail

INDIAN TRAIL – Joe Fivas’s budget presentation Tuesday, May 13, went much the same this year as last year in Indian Trail, as the town manager explained how the largest… Read more »

U.S. Senate unanimously approves Kilah Davenport Child Protection Act

U.S. Senate unanimously approves Kilah Davenport Child Protection Act

A federal child abuse bill that’s been in the works for more than a year will soon become law. The United States Senate unanimously approved the Kilah Davenport Child Protection… Read more »

Boys ‘Xcel’ in fitness and character

Boys ‘Xcel’ in fitness and character

INDIAN TRAIL – Hundreds of boys in Union County and the Charlotte area turned out this past weekend for the culmination of a season of fitness and character building. Local… Read more »

Warriors hope depth will lead to state title

Warriors hope depth will lead to state title

When the Weddington girls’ soccer team rolled over Marvin Ridge, 7-2, on May 2, it proved just what they were hoping – that they’re peaking at the right time. When… Read more »

Monroe girls track and field wins third consecutive state title

Monroe girls track and field wins third consecutive state title

North Carolina A&T commit and Redhawk senior Reneazia Collins had yet another powerful performance at the N.C. High School Athletic Association 2A state track and field championship on Saturday, May… Read more »

Metrolina baseball wins MAC, breaks wins’ record

Metrolina baseball wins MAC, breaks wins’ record

The Metrolina Christian Warriors defeated SouthLake Christian Academy on May 1 to improve to 20-6 on the season and become the Metrolina Athletic Conference tournament champions for the first time… Read more »

100 Challenge to support breast cancer patients

100 Challenge to support breast cancer patients

INDIAN TRAIL – Cindy Summers launched the nonprofit Cindy’s Hope Chest in February 2010 with the goal of making life easier for women fighting breast cancer. Now, more than four… Read more »

Weddington group drops water tower lawsuit

Weddington group drops water tower lawsuit

WEDDINGTON – Residents in Weddington who filed a lawsuit against the town and county earlier this year following the approval of building a water tower on Hemby Road have dropped… Read more »

Waxhaw’s Mahar ready to work on budget, consider adding staff

Waxhaw’s Mahar ready to work on budget, consider adding staff

WAXHAW – The recently appointed interim town manager for Waxhaw may not be aiming for the full-time manager position, but he is prepared to fill the previous manager’s shoes the… Read more »

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