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South Charlotte chefs  compete in statewide competition

South Charlotte chefs compete in statewide competition

Got to Be NC Dining series highlights local chefs, restaurants Beginning March 22, select chefs in south Charlotte will showcase their culinary abilities in a statewide competition for the chance… Read more »

South Mecklenburg High School to  perform “Guys  and Dolls”

South Mecklenburg High School to perform “Guys and Dolls”

South Mecklenburg High School will perform “Guys and Dolls” March 19 through 22. Theater Director Bonnie Hall said South Meck students have been working on the production since November and… Read more »

St. John’s Youth Fast for the Hungry

St. John’s Youth Fast for the Hungry

Seventy-one sixth through twelfth graders in St. John’s Episcopal Church’s youth ministry in south Charlotte fasted for 30 hours during their 16th annual 30-Hour Famine to raise money for World… Read more »

News Briefs: March 13 to 19, 2015

News Briefs: March 13 to 19, 2015

Sharon Road closed through March 22 Sharon Road in south Charlotte will remain closed in both directions through a portion of Sulkirk Road through Sunday, March 22 at 6 p.m…. Read more »

Zoning Committee approves two District 7 petitions

Zoning Committee approves two District 7 petitions

Petitions set to appear before Charlotte City Council at its March 26 meeting. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission approved two District 7 petitions at its March 26 meeting that could change… Read more »

Dash for Down Syndrome helps CMS serve special needs students

Dash for Down Syndrome helps CMS serve special needs students

Annual fundraising 5K race scheduled for March 21 The Down Syndrome Association of Greater Charlotte (DSAGC) will host its third 3-2-1 Dash for Down Syndrome 5K race, starting at Blakeney… Read more »

Former actress urges adolescents to ‘embrace their weirdness’

Former actress urges adolescents to ‘embrace their weirdness’

Lisa Jakub lived what looked like the “charmed life” throughout her childhood. She was an actress at 4 years old and went on to play memorable roles such as the… Read more »

Taking Taylor’s story to Texas

Taking Taylor’s story to Texas

South Charlotte woman completes World Rare Disease Day race in honor of sister Laura King Edwards can now add the Lone Star State to the growing list of locations where… Read more »

News Briefs: March 6 to 12, 2015

News Briefs: March 6 to 12, 2015

Letter to the Editor Dear Editor, I am in agreement with Ms. Peggy Leo-Gallo and her comment made in the Feb. 27 edition, about reporting crimes in South Charlotte Weekly…. Read more »

South Charlotte residents speak out regarding failed nondiscrimination ordinance

South Charlotte residents speak out regarding failed nondiscrimination ordinance

More than 100 speakers addressed Charlotte City Council at its Monday, March 2, meeting regarding a proposed nondiscrimination ordinance. Some of those speakers identified themselves as south Charlotte residents, speaking… Read more »