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Town clerk retires after serving Waxhaw for 36 years

Town clerk retires after serving Waxhaw for 36 years

WAXHAW –Town Clerk Bonnie McManus announced her retirement at the town’s July 8 meeting after spending more than 36 years working to serve the commissioners, staff and residents in Waxhaw…. Read more »

Marvin to discuss 245,000-square-foot commercial project

Marvin to discuss 245,000-square-foot commercial project

MARVIN – Residents in Marvin will have another chance to ask questions about a large commercial project proposed for the corner of Rea and Tom Short roads at a public… Read more »

State’s evolving regulatory bill lingers in NCGA

State’s evolving regulatory bill lingers in NCGA

Leaders in Union County and across North Carolina may soon be told to stop demanding certain aesthetic standards for proposed projects in their towns, while residents may lose a tool… Read more »

Kuehler, Rushing face-off in July 15 runoff

Kuehler, Rushing face-off in July 15 runoff

Union County residents will make their way to the polls one final time before the general election in November to decide who will join current Vice-Chairman Jerry Simpson and candidate… Read more »

Wesley Chapel’s park dreams come true

Wesley Chapel’s park dreams come true

WESLEY CHAPEL – Residents of Wesley Chapel will soon have a recreational space to call their own. Wesley Chapel Mayor Brad Horvath, the village council and the Park and Recreation… Read more »

News Briefs: July 3 to 9

News Briefs: July 3 to 9

Kiwanis Aktion Club helps at Crossing Paths INDIAN TRAIL – The Kiwanis Aktion Club recently helped clean and beautify Indian Trail’s Crossing Paths Park, according to a town news release. More… Read more »

Marvin pushes for intersection improvements

Marvin pushes for intersection improvements

MARVIN – Western Union County has experienced high growth in recent years, something that has many local leaders working to plan for their towns’ future. And the biggest part of… Read more »

Local advocacy group keeps eye on Union recovery

Local advocacy group keeps eye on Union recovery

Local business leaders continue to work hard to keep the economic ball rolling in Union County as the impact of the recession begins to fade for some industries. Though numerous… Read more »

Waxhaw one step closer to appointing new commissioner

Waxhaw one step closer to appointing new commissioner

WAXHAW – The Waxhaw Board of Commissioners will decide who will join the board in place of previous commissioner Sean Poccia at a special called meeting on Tuesday, July 1…. Read more »

Eagle project brings new signs to Spirit of Joy Lutheran

Eagle project brings new signs to Spirit of Joy Lutheran

WEDDINGTON – Brian Gaye’s Eagle Scout project just might have saved a life. The 18-year-old, who recently graduated from Weddington High School, devoted his Eagle project to his church, Spirit… Read more »

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