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Community officials break ground on Sara’s YMCA

Community officials break ground on Sara’s YMCA

Latest YMCA slated to open in January 2016 Smoky Bissell joined more than 50 members of the Ballantyne Corporate Park, YMCA of Greater Charlotte and south Charlotte community on June… Read more »

Allen Tate dies, legacy lives on

Allen Tate dies, legacy lives on

Real estate company founder, transportation advocate dies at 84 H. Allen Tate, Jr., founder and chairman of the Allen Tate Company, died at his home in Charlotte on June 22… Read more »

Find your Fourth fun

Find your Fourth fun

Celebrate July Fourth with various activities The season for fireworks, parades and reflecting on the formation of the United States is here once again, and South Charlotte Weekly is offering… Read more »

News Briefs

News Briefs

MetLife donates to Easter Seals MetLife presented a $30,000 donation to Easter Seals on June 18 in honor of Disability Insurance Awareness Month, which takes place in May. MetLife team… Read more »

Rezoning petition sparks concern

Rezoning petition sparks concern

Developer seeks to put office space, storage at Ardrey Kell and North Community House roads More than 100 residents filled the room at the South Charlotte Banquet Center on June… Read more »

One Voice chorus celebrates 25 years

One Voice chorus celebrates 25 years

One Voice, a non-profit LGBT community choral group, continues to build on its mission to bring acceptance and understanding for the LGBT community through music. “Music transcends – everybody loves… Read more »

Dirty Dancing kicks it up a notch

Dirty Dancing kicks it up a notch

A 1987 cult classic sashayed and twirled onto the Belk Theater stage as “Dirty Dancing” arrived as part of Blumenthal Performing Art’s 2014-15 PNC Broadway Lights Series, bringing an amazing… Read more »

News Briefs

News Briefs

Putney named CMPD police chief Deputy Chief Kerr Putney will be the new Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department police chief as of July 1. Charlotte City Manager Ron Carlee made the announcement… Read more »

Camp ‘soars’ into its 15th year

Camp ‘soars’ into its 15th year

Annual Special Olympics program attracts hundreds of participants, volunteers Fifteen years ago, Bob Bowler had a vision to offer a free Special Olympics camp to area individuals with disabilities, and… Read more »

Opening a page for the future

Opening a page for the future

Nonprofit Promising Pages hosts fourth year of early literacy program During the three months students are on summer break, they can lose up to three months of literacy gains. An… Read more »