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Find your fall fun

Find your fall fun

Summer is over, fall is in the air, and that means annual fall festivities, candy, hayrides, corn mazes, farm fun, spooky thrills and, of course, Halloween. If you’re searching for… Read more »

Education Notes: Oct. 16 to 22

Education Notes: Oct. 16 to 22

UCPS teachers receive Arts & Science Council award Two Union County Public Schools teachers were recently named winners of the Arts & Science Council’s Cato Excellence in Teaching Awards. Leslie… Read more »

Title defenders

Title defenders

When Weddington’s soccer team captains began practicing in mid July, they knew that this year’s squad would be talented. But they had no idea just how good they’d be. They’re… Read more »

Piedmont coach Ron Massey dies at age 56

Piedmont coach Ron Massey dies at age 56

Piedmont High School football coach Ron Massey coached his last game on Oct. 10. The 74-58 loss to Sun Valley that night was tough, but pales in comparison to the… Read more »

Walking to end breast cancer

Walking to end breast cancer

MONROE – Community members will rally this weekend at Piedmont High School for the 12th year in a row in an effort to stand up to breast cancer. The 12th… Read more »

Sports Shorts: Oct. 16 to 22

Sports Shorts: Oct. 16 to 22

Funderburke breaks Union County record Sun Valley running back Albert Funderburke broke Union County’s all-time single-game rushing record on Oct. 10, with 456 yards on 20 carries in the Spartan’s… Read more »

Indian Trail proves it believes in Miracles

Indian Trail proves it believes in Miracles

INDIAN TRAIL – On Tuesday, Oct. 14, town council members unanimously agreed to work toward bringing a baseball field for children with disabilities to Indian Trail. The decision builds momentum for… Read more »

Lake Providence residents voice concern over new proposed development

Lake Providence residents voice concern over new proposed development

WEDDINGTON – Residents of Weddington’s Lake Providence neighborhood converged on a parcel of land on the morning of Tuesday, Oct. 14, and met with developers, builders and town government officials… Read more »

Celebrating to save lives

Celebrating to save lives

WAXHAW – One local girl recently traded celebrating herself for supporting an area dog rescue. When Waxhaw resident Leah Birkner visited Heavensown Rescue with her Girl Scout troop in the… Read more »

Tale of young yogis

Tale of young yogis

INDIAN TRAIL – Young yogis are learning to become comfortable with their bodies while making friends and exploring art in a class at the Indian Trail Cultural Arts Center. Area… Read more »