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Union County sheriff’s sergeant laid to rest in Monroe

Posted at 8:00pm on Nov. 22, 2014

Residents lined the route of the funeral process from Lakeview Baptist Church north of Monroe to Lakeland Memorial Park for the burial.

Union County area gymnasts land scholarships with colleges

Posted at 10:29am on Nov. 21, 2014

As you head north on Providence Road, you might notice a new banner hanging on the side of the Weddington Activity Center announcing that Southeastern Gymnastics was named the National Club of the Year by USA Gymnastics.

CMC–Union now boasts new Women and Children’s Center

Posted at 2:29pm on Nov. 21, 2014

Carolinas Medical Center–Union opened the doors on Nov. 17 to a state-of-the-art Women and Children’s Center. The new center is on the CMC–Union campus at 600 Hospital Drive in Monroe.

Union school board refers probe of board member’s mileage to sheriff’s office

Posted at 4:36pm on Nov. 20, 2014

The board had been investigating mileage reimbursement issues regarding Vice Chair Marce Savage, who claims the move is politically motivated.

Austin Kendall leads Cuthbertson football to historic season

Posted at 2:00pm on Nov. 13, 2014

Cuthbertson junior quarterback Austin Kendall led the Cavaliers to their best season in school history with an 8-3 record and the school’s first conference championship.

The Storefront Theatre in Waxhaw is about to try something new.

Posted at 11:31am on Nov. 14, 2014

The Storefront Theatre is about to try something new. Starving Artist Productions of Charlotte will perform “The Birth” as a full production rather than the normal stage reading format associated with Storefront.

Wingate men’s soccer led by SAC coach and player of the year

Posted at 11:40am on Nov. 14, 2014

The Wingate men’s soccer team is led by SAC coach of the year Gary Hamill and player of the year Charlie Machell.

Indian Trail favors Miracle League field

Posted at 11:50am on Nov. 14, 2014

Bus parking lots aren’t usually considered fertile ground. But the one at Sardis Elementary School in Indian Trail is an exception.

Union County board boosts manager’s contract

Posted at 5:34pm on Nov. 12, 2014

In one of its last acts, a divided board approved a move that one member warned served as a bad precedent with a golden parachute. Commissioners also approved a 3% raise for the manager and 3 others.

ABC’s Quinones speaks at Wingate Tuesday

Posted at 4:35pm on Nov. 11, 2014

John Quinones, host of the ABC-TV show “What Would You Do?” will give a public lecture Tuesday night at Wingate University.