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Monday Nights Live to start late July

Monday Nights Live to start late July

INDIAN TRAIL – First Baptist Church Indian Trail will kick off their Monday Nights Live events July 30 beginning with guest speaker Jeff LaBorg and music by Karen Peck &… Read more »

Bible Baptist Tabernacle to host special Independence services

Bible Baptist Tabernacle to host special Independence services

MONROE – Bible Baptist Tabernacle will have a special service in honor of Independence Day on Sunday, July 1. The congregation will have Sunday school together starting at 10 a.m…. Read more »

Upward registration now open

Upward registration now open

MONROE – People can register for Upward basketball and cheerleading now through Aug. 4 at Lakeview Baptist Church. Volunteers are needed for coaching, concessions, prayer team and more. For registration… Read more »

Not even a taxpayer?

Not even a taxpayer?

Did you know that the mayor of Marvin has the right to vote only if there is a tie but the mayor pro tempore is entitled to vote on all… Read more »

Thank You, Marvin! You’re The Best!

Thank You, Marvin! You’re The Best!

The Marvin Creek homeowners would like to thank all Marvin village residents in advance for your willingness to pay for street repairs and maintenance in Marvin Creek. Members of the… Read more »

Taxation without Representation

Taxation without Representation

On May 22, the public hearing for the Indian Trail budget was held. A number of residents expressed their concerns. During the council discussion of the budget, out of the… Read more »

Union County restaurant health inspections: June 15 to June 22

Union County restaurant health inspections: June 15 to June 22

The Union County Health Department inspected the following restaurants from June 15 to 22: Worst Scores • Quincy’s, 502 W. Roosevelt Blvd., 28110 – 91 Violations included: Raw and ready-to-eat… Read more »

A moving experience

A moving experience

Posts in the ground honored fallen Union County soldiers, telling the location of their names on the Wall and their burial sites; Families and friends etched the names of fallen… Read more »

Citizens challenge NCDOT’s decisions

Citizens challenge NCDOT’s decisions

Concerns raised at N.C. Turnpike Authority meeting by Josh Whitener STALLINGS — It’s been more than six weeks since the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Va., ruled the… Read more »

Stallings hires new chief from within

Stallings hires new chief from within

by Eren Tataragasi STALLINGS — After several months and more than 75 applications, town manager Brian Matthews announced Monday, June 18, the hiring of a new police chief. But the… Read more »

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