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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 »

Spartans take their talent to the streets of NYC

Spartans take their talent to the streets of NYC

INDIAN TRAIL – The Sun Valley High School marching band recently took to the streets of New York City to represent their school and the Union County community during the… Read more »

King George

King George

For as long as he can remember, Marvin Ridge sophomore George Lovitt has been influenced by sports. With both parents former college athletes – his mom, Claudine, played tennis at… Read more »

Crisis Run to help local families in need

Crisis Run to help local families in need

MONROE – It’s not just the people facing unemployment who are in danger of going hungry or losing their utility services or homes – working families sometimes need help, too…. Read more »

Family remembers Kilah Davenport

Family remembers Kilah Davenport

INDIAN TRAIL – Kilah Davenport, the 4-year-old girl who was the inspiration behind North Carolina child abuse legislation Kilah’s Law, died last week. Leslie Davenport, Kilah’s grandmother, said Kilah stopped… Read more »

Former commissioner may manage Waxhaw in interim

Former commissioner may manage Waxhaw in interim

WAXHAW – Sean Poccia, who recently resigned from his seat on the Waxhaw Board of Commissioners, has emerged as the frontrunner to fill the town’s manager position on an interim… Read more »

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