Posted at 8:39am on Oct. 9, 2014
N.C. Community Garden Partners, a statewide nonprofit, will have its popular annual community gardening conference Oct. 25 on the campus of UNCAsheville. It will offer workshops designed to strengthen community gardening skills.
Posted at 7:23pm on Oct. 7, 2014
Neighborhood’s fare ranges from wine store and restaurant, Asian bistro and tavern food to pizza .
Posted at 1:56pm on Oct. 2, 2014
Keeping libraries open and encouraging people to read responsible sources and learn basic facts of arguing any point would reduce blind aceeptance of people’s vulnerability to wild, unverified claims.
Posted at 2:00pm on Oct. 9, 2014
On Oct. 18 the Eastern Cabarrus Historical Society will present a “Walking Tour of Haunted Mount Pleasant,” with all-new scary stories.
Posted at 11:29am on Oct. 2, 2014
Something about yard sales makes us go a little nuts.
Posted at 11:39am on Oct. 1, 2014
A stately willow oak, probably 125 years old, stood in the way of access roads to the final section of Interstate 485. Even the men whose chainsaws did the work felt bad that they had to take it down.
Posted at 1:13pm on Oct. 2, 2014
Fourth-grade teacher Tiffany Meadows and Principal Lynn Marsh launched the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS at W.R. Odell Elementary School. The cold was a shock, Marsh said, but easier than being a Human Hot Dog for juvenile diabetes research.
Posted at 1:48pm on Oct. 2, 2014
For decades, the Lentz Harness Shop, at N.C. 49 and Lentz Harness Shop Road, was the place to go for harnesses, horse collars and perhaps a Coke and a visit with the owners.
Posted at 11:21am on Sep. 24, 2014
Leon Ensley, a coach, teacher and driver’s education instructor at Mount Pleasant High school, was respected by everyone as an ‘encourager.’
Posted at 10:07am on Sep. 18, 2014
Sam Tidwell said one goal of his cross-country trek is to try to prove that “generosity, trustworthiness and kindness will manifest in every environment.”