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Weddington water tower fight resumes

Weddington water tower fight resumes

WEDDINGTON – The long-awaited Weddington water tower could be stalled once again after a group of 32 town residents filed a lawsuit against Weddington, the Weddington Planning Board and Union… Read more »

Stallings begins town manager search

Stallings begins town manager search

STALLINGS – The committee appointed to carry Stallings through the selection process for a new town manager kicked off the search last week and hopes to have all resumes ready… Read more »

Christmas lights help fight cancer

Christmas lights help fight cancer

INDIAN TRAIL – When Pete Kimbell and his wife, Sherri, decided to start a synchronized Christmas light show three years ago, it was  just to entertain the community. But after… Read more »

New Weddington mayor hopes to revisit water tower issue

New Weddington mayor hopes to revisit water tower issue

WEDDINGTON – Weddington’s new town council hit the ground running during the Dec. 9 meeting, when Mayor Bill Deter, Mayor Pro Tem Don Titherington and Councilman Michael Smith took their… Read more »

Marvin’s 2013 a year of community- focused projects

Marvin’s 2013 a year of community- focused projects

MARVIN – Bringing a sense of community to the area was the focus for leaders in Marvin this year, with the completion of projects such as the community gardens, extension… Read more »

Two towns approve economic alliance, wait for others

Two towns approve economic alliance, wait for others

Efforts to create a joint economic organization made up of towns situated along the Mecklenburg-Union county border are moving forward after Indian Trail and Matthews approved the group’s bylaws during… Read more »

Young Life fosters faith and friendships

Young Life fosters faith and friendships

When Katie Peterson began volunteering with Young Life years ago, she knew the faith-based program had the ability to change lives. That’s why she and her husband, Daniel, have devoted… Read more »

Mayor reimburses town for unverified purchases

Mayor reimburses town for unverified purchases

WAXHAW – Waxhaw Mayor Daune Gardner has reimbursed the town roughly $450 for unverified and alcohol purchases made around the time of Gardner’s arrest on driving while impaired charges this… Read more »

Stallings still has hole to fill as 2014 nears

Stallings still has hole to fill as 2014 nears

STALLINGS – Leaders in Stallings took time this week to reflect on a year that saw the loss of a councilman but a number of steps forward on town infrastructure… Read more »

County schools, overcrowding main focus for new developments

County schools, overcrowding main focus for new developments

WAXHAW – Recent changes in Union County Public Schools took the forefront recently as Waxhaw commissioners held a public hearing for the proposed additions to the Millbridge development. Four Waxhaw… Read more »