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Indian Trail has choice to make on Old Monroe

Indian Trail has choice to make on Old Monroe

INDIAN TRAIL – Talks are moving forward on widening Old Monroe Road between Matthews and Indian Trail, as the North Carolina Department of Transportation has suggested Indian Trail pitch in… Read more »

Sewing love with every stitch

Sewing love with every stitch

MONROE – Ever since she was a “little girl,” Elinor Washington loved making quilts. But quilt making was just a hobby for the 88-year-old Monroe resident until she decided to… Read more »

Elections filing opens Friday across Union County

Elections filing opens Friday across Union County

Candidates will soon start lining up to file for an election that could change the face of every town board in Union County Weekly’s coverage area. Filing for Union County… Read more »

Wesley Chapel requests historical town photos

Wesley Chapel requests historical town photos

WESLEY CHAPEL – Leaders in Wesley Chapel are seeking photographs documenting the history of the town, and residents are encouraged to be part of the project. Town leaders plan to… Read more »

Waxhaw plans for changes to N.C. 16 corridor

Waxhaw plans for changes to N.C. 16 corridor

WAXHAW – A newly completed development plan for the Providence Road/N.C. 16 corridor recommends adding secondary roads off Providence to alleviate traffic on the major thoroughfare. Monica Holmes and her… Read more »

Dinner to raise funds for cancer treatments for Monroe officer’s wife

Dinner to raise funds for cancer treatments for Monroe officer’s wife

MONROE – Officer Jonathan Barbee’s world came to a sudden halt in April when he heard the news that his wife, Angie, had been diagnosed with Stage IV breast cancer…. Read more »

Mediation under way for UCPS, county

Mediation under way for UCPS, county

Union County Public Schools leaders came together with Union County staff and a mediator this week to begin hammering out some compromise on school funding. Union County commissioners voted earlier… Read more »

Waxhaw moves forward with censure process

Waxhaw moves forward with censure process

WAXHAW –The Waxhaw Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday, June 25, to move forward on censuring Mayor Daune Gardner and hiring a private attorney to investigate Gardner’s actions. Gardner was… Read more »

Stallings adopts budget, CIP, capital ordinance

Stallings adopts budget, CIP, capital ordinance

STALLINGS – With only one week left to adopt a town budget before having to take drastic measures, Stallings Town Council adopted a budget of about $7 million along with… Read more »

Town discusses way to pay for needed projects

Town discusses way to pay for needed projects

STALLINGS – Leaders in Stallings will pull money from the town’s general fund to pay for almost $1.3 million in various projects during the coming fiscal year. It’s a process… Read more »

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