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News Briefs Aug 28

News Briefs Aug 28

BREWPUBLIK expands service to south Charlotte BREWPUBLIK, a custom craft beer delivery service, has expended its business to south Charlotte and will cover the 28277, 28134, 28226 and 28210 zip… Read more »

Community Spotlight: Ray Eschert

Community Spotlight: Ray Eschert

Ray Eschert founded the Ballantyne Breakfast Club in 2001. The group’s goal is to “provide the south Charlotte-Ballantyne area residents, business leaders, developers, elected officials and services providers with a… Read more »

Business Briefs Aug. 28

Business Briefs Aug. 28

Charlotte dubbed ‘king of N.C. small business landscape’ Credibly Business Index, an emerging Fintech platform that lends to small and medium-sized businesses, recently named Charlotte the “king of the North… Read more »

Don’t confuse your government with politics

Don’t confuse your government with politics

During college, most of which I’ve long forgotten, my favorite class was taught by a professor who loved to argue with any student daring to differ with his tenets of… Read more »

Road plan approved despite I-77 protest

Road plan approved despite I-77 protest

In her 18 months as an at-large member on the Charlotte City Council, Vi Lyles has not faced as much public scrutiny for a single vote as she did leading… Read more »

Development Briefs Aug. 28

Development Briefs Aug. 28

New corporations form in county The following is a listing of new corporations filed by registered agents with the N.C. Secretary of State from Aug. 17 to 21 by south… Read more »

Weekly Recipe Aug. 28: Carmel Pound Cake

Weekly Recipe Aug. 28: Carmel Pound Cake

South Charlotte Weekly introduces a new column, which will feature locally submitted recipes from our readers each week. Do you have a tried-and-true recipe your family has loved for years?… Read more »

Education Notes Aug. 28

Education Notes Aug. 28

CMS terminates driver’s education Sept. 1 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will stop driver’s education services Sept. 1 as the state waits for a budget from legislators. The state Senate budget does not… Read more »

It might be hurricane season, but I live in a hurricane all year long

It might be hurricane season, but I live in a hurricane all year long

We are really close to getting my daughter married and out of the house. “Really close” might work in bocce ball, but it doesn’t work when your young adult still… Read more »

Faith Notes Aug. 28

Faith Notes Aug. 28

Sharon Baptist to launch new service Sharon Baptist Church will launch a new casual service at 9:45 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 30. Following the service, the church will hold a… Read more »