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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 »

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 »

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 »

UCPS begins discussing bids for millions in roofing repairs

UCPS begins discussing bids for millions in roofing repairs

Union County Public Schools officials will look to move on from redistricting woes this week as they return to discussions Friday, March 14, on completing millions of dollars worth of… Read more »