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Artist creates souvenir poster for skating championships

Posted at 10:53am on Jan. 22, 2015

Jessica DeHart ice skated once as a kid and wasn’t very good at it. The Mooresville portrait artist preferred roller-blading.

Pineville considering Town Council term changes

Posted at 1:38pm on Jan. 16, 2015

Starting in November, Pineville may become the first municipality in Mecklenburg County to go to four-year staggered terms for council members.

Piper Glen resident has an intricate train setup to claim his time

Posted at 9:19am on Jan. 22, 2015

Dan Kragnes isn’t worried about how he will fill his time when he retires from his job as a digital product specialist with Kodak in a few years.

COSKids has new director

Posted at 1:31pm on Jan. 22, 2015

Sue Sproat recently was named executive director of the nonprofit COSKids Child Development Center and its parent organization, Christ Our Shepherd Ministries.

Mint Hill’s sidewalk work progressing

Posted at 1:42pm on Jan. 22, 2015

Crews currently are working on a segment along N.C. 51 from Carving Tree to Quail Ridge Drive.

Religion news

Posted at 8:25am on Jan. 23, 2015

Compiled by Erica Batten

School news

Posted at 8:31am on Jan. 23, 2015

Compiled by Cindy Stern

Charlotte Ebola survivor speaks to group at Charlotte Christian

Posted at 12:31pm on Jan. 23, 2015

Nancy Writebol, a missionary who made international news last summer after contracting Ebola in West Africa, said earlier this month that her time of rest and recovery in Charlotte is coming to an end.

Retired UNCC professor shifts into role of artist

Posted at 12:57pm on Jan. 23, 2015

Jerry Pyle of Matthews is a professor emeritus in UNC Charlotte’s Department of Public Health Sciences. But in retirement, he is pursuing his passion for art.

Charlotte SouthPark firefighters give assist to girl’s passion

Posted at 1:36pm on Jan. 23, 2015

Charlotte’s Fire Station 16 firefighters decided neighbor Faith Walker, 12, needed a basketball hoop.