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Children’s Home Society helps local families, children

Children’s Home Society helps local families, children

Nonprofit organization finds homes for foster children in North Carolina More than 400 people attended Children’s Home Society of North Carolina’s “A Place to Call Home Luncheon” on Thursday, April… Read more »

South Charlotte author tackles mental health issues in first book

South Charlotte author tackles mental health issues in first book

Linda Vigen Phillips offers insight, support during National Mental Health Month South Charlotte resident Linda Vigen Phillips grew up writing poetry. She never imagined she would publish a young adult… Read more »

Charlotte theater teacher nominated for Tony Award

Charlotte theater teacher nominated for Tony Award

Linda Ann Watt nominated for Excellence in Theatre Education Students from Ballantyne, Myers Park, Union County, Matthews and Huntersville weren’t surprised to learn their acting teacher, Linda Ann Watt, earned… Read more »

Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar acquired  for $21 million

Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar acquired for $21 million

Colorado-based Good Times Restaurants Inc. purchases Bad Daddy’s International Good Times Restaurants Inc. has taken a “bad” turn. The Colorado-based company acquired south Charlotte’s popular Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar chain… Read more »

Myers Park Presbyterian pastor leaves church on good terms

Myers Park Presbyterian pastor leaves church on good terms

Senior pastor preaches last sermon, begins new venture More than 2,500 members of Myers Park Presbyterian Church bid farewell to Senior Pastor Rev. Steve Eason after he preached his final… Read more »

The Ballantyne Chorale develops community of singers

The Ballantyne Chorale develops community of singers

The Ballantyne Chorale will perform its second annual spring concert at Pineville United Methodist Church on Saturday, May 2, from 6 to 7:15 p.m. This year’s theme is “Night at… Read more »

News Briefs

News Briefs

Community Blood Center of the Carolinas to hold scholarship program The Community Blood Center of the Carolinas (CBCC) will hold its seventh annual Students Saving Summer Scholarship Program from June… Read more »

South Charlotte pediatrician releases first book

South Charlotte pediatrician releases first book

Can Doesn’t Mean Should offers advice for parenting in the 21st century Dr. Paul Smolen has been practicing pediatrics in south Charlotte for 33 years and doesn’t know what it’s… Read more »

Running with a mission

Running with a mission

South Charlotte resident finishes Boston Marathon while raising funds for pediatric cancer Todd Stancombe, a resident of Piper Glen, said running all six major world marathons is on his bucket… Read more »

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 »