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Posted at 8:54am on Jan. 21, 2015

Compiled by Erica Batten

Board hoping for compromise in airpark zoning dispute

Posted at 11:06am on Jan. 22, 2015

Iredell County Board of Commissioners are hoping the two sides of a controversial zoning request for the Lake Norman Air Park in Mooresville will work out their differences before the next board meeting on Feb. 3.

New North Mecklenburg Senior Center open for business

Posted at 11:17am on Jan. 22, 2015

The new North Mecklenburg Senior Center, which opened last week in a building that previously housed the Huntersville Police Department, is a big improvement over the old center building, participants and staff members say.

LKN group helps people ‘Move On’ after life changes

Posted at 10:26am on Jan. 21, 2015

Women are new to Denver or the Lake Norman area – as well as longtime residents who simply feel new because of distressing events such as divorce, retirement or the death of a spouse – needn’t be alone in dealing with the challenges those events pose.

Religion news

Posted at 8:35am on Jan. 16, 2015

Compiled by Erica Batten

N.Y. transplant is top-notch volunteer in Huntersville

Posted at 11:07pm on Jan. 18, 2015

In less than 11/2 years, Bill Walsh and wife Lyn have made powerful impact on life in Huntersville.

Cornelius resident’s road designs could become reality

Posted at 12:43pm on Jan. 15, 2015

Cornelius resident Jim Cooke’s road designs are being considered by the N.C. DOT to improve the Catawba Avenue/U.S. 21 corridor

College sponsors a day of MLK events

Posted at 5:44pm on Jan. 17, 2015

Student volunteers and staff at Davidson College will help bring Martin Luther King Jr. Day to life with an array of programs and activities that are free and open to the public on Jan. 19.

Statesville shifts cash to cover workers’ comp shortfall

Posted at 9:21am on Jan. 14, 2015

The Statesville City Council has authorized the transfer of $135,000 from its health insurance fund to cover a temporary shortfall in the city’s workers compensation fund.

Students at Christ the King High School in Huntersville takes a week to study faith and reason

Posted at 9:29am on Jan. 14, 2015

Every January, students at Christ the King High School spend a week just learning. During Bridge Week, there are no grades, quizzes, papers or exams. Instead, they explore a topic that helps them better understand the relationship between faith and reason.