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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 »

‘Eat local’ movement thriving

‘Eat local’ movement thriving

Area restaurants support local farmers, produce vendors In a society that thrives on processed meats, produce with preservatives galore and prepackaged frozen foods shipped from across the U.S., there’s an… Read more »

Craft absence

Craft absence

South Charlotte has it all – except a brewery Asheville. It’s the first place everyone thinks of when discussing the craft beer capital of North Carolina. But the tides are… Read more »

Business Briefs

Business Briefs

Supercuts opens in Ballantyne’s Camfield Corners BALLANTYNE – Hair care business Supercuts recently opened its latest location at 8610 Camfield St., and the business is offering special prices on haircuts… Read more »

Community Spotlight: Laura King Edwards

Community Spotlight: Laura King Edwards

Each week, South Charlotte Weekly will highlight a community member making a difference. Have someone you would like to see recognized? Email scwnews@thecharlot te weekly.com. Laura King Edwards and her… Read more »

Next stop: Matthews

Next stop: Matthews

As CATS looks to expand service, residents asked for transit preferences MATTHEWS – The Charlotte Area Transit System has been talking with residents about incorporating buses, streetcars and light rail into… Read more »

News Briefs

News Briefs

Legendary director to visit south Charlotte Ron Campbell, director of the Saturday morning “Beatles” cartoon series that aired on ABC from Sept. 25, 1965 to April 20, 1969, and animator… Read more »

Family farm ripens with retail

Family farm ripens with retail

Waverly’s groundbreaking was bittersweet for Frank Matthews. The property under development at Providence and Ardrey Kell roads was once known as Matthews Family Farm – a present from the parents of… Read more »

Charlotte Country Day seeks campus upgrades

Charlotte Country Day seeks campus upgrades

$29-million bond would build, renovate buildings Charlotte Country Day School not only celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2011, but also recognized the school was at a point when older campus… Read more »

Breakfast Club meeting to bring together top figures in education

Breakfast Club meeting to bring together top figures in education

Next installment slated for Aug. 15 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Ann Clark, Central Piedmont Community College President Tony Zeiss and University of North Carolina at Charlotte Chancellor Philip Dubois will come… Read more »