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Ballantyne’s The Secret Chocolatier recovers from 2014 snow storm

Ballantyne’s The Secret Chocolatier recovers from 2014 snow storm

With Valentine’s Day approaching, local chocolate and confections shops like south Charlotte-based The Secret Chocolatier prepare for one of the busiest – and most profitable – times of the year…. Read more »

Morrison YMCA expands youth fitness programs

Morrison YMCA expands youth fitness programs

Three months ago, Providence Day School student Connor Thomas started attending CrossFit Varsity at the Morrison Family YMCA. The strength and conditioning program designed for high school students combines high… Read more »

SouthPark doctor shares flu season survival guide

SouthPark doctor shares flu season survival guide

Residents are in the heart of flu season and south Charlotte doctors are finding many don’t know the proper way to prevent and treat the flu. With concerns regarding the… Read more »

Lupus Foundation of America’s North Carolina chapter thriving

Lupus Foundation of America’s North Carolina chapter thriving

It was 1987 when Eunice Venson noticed a strange rash on her face. When the rash didn’t go away, she decided to go see a doctor. “When I got there,… Read more »

South Charlotte family raises funds for pancreatic cancer research

South Charlotte family raises funds for pancreatic cancer research

Dave Anstadt was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2002 at only 43 years old. Just 40 days after his diagnosis, Anstadt died, leaving behind his wife, Tammi Brady, and two… Read more »

Inaugural Ballantyne Ball raises funds for Isabella Santos Foundation

Inaugural Ballantyne Ball raises funds for Isabella Santos Foundation

On Feb. 14, a Saturday, Ballantyne Resort and Lodge will host the inaugural Ballantyne Ball – the first-of-its-kind charitable gala developed with the giving heart of the south Charlotte community… Read more »

American Ebola survivor returns home

American Ebola survivor returns home

Area women from the Charlotte Christian School community and beyond heard the brave story of Nancy Writebol, one of the first American survivors of Ebola, at a luncheon on Jan…. Read more »

City Council approves new Publix in Cotswold

City Council approves new Publix in Cotswold

Charlotte City Council unanimously approved a rezoning application on Tuesday, Jan. 20, to allow for the development of a new Publix Super Market in Cotswold. The store will follow openings… Read more »

News Briefs: Jan. 23 to 29, 2015

News Briefs: Jan. 23 to 29, 2015

Portion of I-485 named for H. Allen Tate, Jr. South Charlotte real estate firm Allen Tate Company and the Charlotte Chamber announced on Wednesday, Jan. 14, a portion of Interstate… Read more »

An unsung hero of the Civil Rights Movement

An unsung hero of the Civil Rights Movement

It was 1960 in Atlanta, Georgia. Rev. Dr. Jesse L. Douglas Sr. was a student at the Interdenominational Theological Seminary and visiting the school library, when a chance meeting changed… Read more »