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Four local organizations are teaming up to celebrate and explore two significant events in Charlotte’s history and the struggle for freedom for its citizens.
Olympic High School’s basketball team overwhelmed Lake Wylie Pilot reporter in competition, though he had his moments.
Steele Creek residents remain concerned about traffic, with little word from planners last week that relief is coming for Highway 160 ahead of major retail additions.
Developers of a planned Steele Creek outlet mall want $5.1 million in tax reimbursements from the city and the county, according to a plan presented to the Charlotte City Council on Monday.
A Gastonia Republican filed a bill last week in the General Assembly that would stop all funding and planning for the Garden Parkway, a proposed toll road from Mecklenburg County through south Gaston County.
Charlotte-area home sales soared 40.4 percent in January compared with the previous year, according to the latest data from the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association.
Residents now have a new tool to break down numerous quality of life factors, down to the neighborhood level.
Steele Creek’s public library is adding a day of service and extending hours other days, beginning April 1.
A school approved in 2007 and a park budgeted for the following year are now on their way to Steele Creek.
The semi-annual Queen’s Feast: Charlotte Restaurant Week returns for its 10th showing Jan. 18-27 featuring a record 112 participating restaurants in six counties.