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South Charlotte women raise awareness for ovarian cancer

South Charlotte women raise awareness for ovarian cancer

Teal Butterfly Challenge encourages people to paint their nails teal If you see Ballantyne developer Smoky Bissell walking around south Charlotte with his fingernails painted teal, find solace knowing he’s… Read more »

South Charlotte doctor develops non-surgical disc restoration method

South Charlotte doctor develops non-surgical disc restoration method

Dr. Eric Shapiro has been treating patients suffering from spinal disc problems from his south Charlotte chiropractic office since 1996, but it was seven years ago when he realized many… Read more »

News Briefs

News Briefs

City Council approves golf links rezoning Charlotte City Council approved rezoning the former Charlotte Golf Links site at the intersection of Providence and Ardrey Kell roads at its Monday, April… Read more »

Stedman Graham speaks at South Meck, inspires self-motivation

Stedman Graham speaks at South Meck, inspires self-motivation

More than 200 students, teachers, parents, staff and community members listened as Stedman Graham discussed self-awareness techniques and personal lessons on the value of owning one’s identity at South Mecklenburg… Read more »

Church at Charlotte program tackles mental health issues

Church at Charlotte program tackles mental health issues

South Charlotte church hosts Flourish Charlotte educational city series Sixty-four people mingled and dined on Jim ‘N Nick’s BBQ at Church at Charlotte on April 15. The conversations turned more… Read more »

Sara’s YMCA to open in Ballantyne Corporate Park

Sara’s YMCA to open in Ballantyne Corporate Park

Smoky Bissell donation to help fund new YMCA location Employees in Ballantyne Corporate Park will soon have easy access to a state-of-the-art fitness facility as construction begins on a new… Read more »

Legislators address uncertain  fate of public education

Legislators address uncertain fate of public education

Area legislators faced hard questions regarding the fate of North Carolina public education on Friday, April 10, at MeckEd’s Community Conversation event and the outcome doesn’t look as promising as… Read more »

South Charlotte resident releases sixth book on Asperger’s syndrome

South Charlotte resident releases sixth book on Asperger’s syndrome

Jennifer O’Toole, who lives south of Blakeney, leads by example. O’Toole, her husband John and their three kids – Maura, Sean and Gavin – were each diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome… Read more »

News briefs

News briefs

Ballantyne Breakfast Club to address development, education The Ballantyne Breakfast Club will meet April 25, a Saturday, at 9 a.m. in the Fairway Ballroom of the Ballantyne Hotel & Lodge…. Read more »

‘Spiritual crossroads’ of SouthPark

‘Spiritual crossroads’ of SouthPark

Developer files rezoning petition to begin transformation of church property into mixed-use development Local development firm Childress Klein recently filed a rezoning petition with the city of Charlotte to turn… Read more »