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Anti-redistricting group focuses on injunction, elections

Anti-redistricting group focuses on injunction, elections

Parents opposed to redistricting in Union County hit another roadblock last week after a judge postponed a hearing in relation to the lawsuit filed by Citizens for Adequate Public School,… Read more »

Waxhaw police to see less cash for technology, for now

Waxhaw police to see less cash for technology, for now

WAXHAW – Commissioners approved an $18,500 technology plan for the new Waxhaw Police Department this week, going back on the March 25 decision that would have seen the department move… Read more »

Building wishes

Building wishes

MONROE – Piedmont High School senior Lydia McNamara knows what it’s like to receive something wonderful in the midst of a difficult time. Lydia, who was diagnosed with common variable… Read more »

Spartan Sluggers

Spartan Sluggers

When Sun Valley softball coach Rob Enloe took over the Spartan program four years ago, he knew it might take a while to get his team where he wanted. During… Read more »

Dashing for international missions

Dashing for international missions

MONROE – Shiloh Baptist Church youth minister Todd Daniels has taken his youth group to the Dominican Republic five times since 2002. Past trips have primarily focused on vacation Bible… Read more »

Fight over empty seat stalls town’s government

Fight over empty seat stalls town’s government

INDIAN TRAIL – Leaders in Indian Trail were unable to move forward this week on a number of key pending issues after two members allegedly boycotted a meeting to make… Read more »

A growing enterprise comes to Waxhaw

A growing enterprise comes to Waxhaw

WAXHAW – A new franchise with multiple locations across the country is growing again and setting roots in Waxhaw. Tia Davis recently opened Nothing Bundt Cakes at 9704 Rea Road,… Read more »

Apartment public forum delayed in Indian Trail

Apartment public forum delayed in Indian Trail

INDIAN TRAIL – Proponents and opponents alike will have to wait at least two more weeks to make their arguments about a proposed 348-unit apartment complex that could be built… Read more »

Bad soil could push Stallings park Phase III over budget

Bad soil could push Stallings park Phase III over budget

STALLINGS – The Stallings Parks and Recreation department is asking town leaders for more money to help replace bad soil at the location for the final phase of Stallings Municipal… Read more »

A ‘whole new world’ for Porter Ridge

A ‘whole new world’ for Porter Ridge

INDIAN TRAIL – Porter Ridge Elementary School music teacher Bridget Burrows knew she had talented students when she directed the school’s inaugural spring musical two years ago. So, when it… Read more »

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