Hough principal Rosenbach moves into CMS executive role

CHARLOTTE – Along with a new athletic director, Hough High School will soon have a new principal for the 2021-22 school year. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools named Dr. Laura Rosenbach the executive director for the Central 1 Learning Community at the Board of Education meeting Tuesday. A Davidson College graduate, Rosenbach has been a leader in north Mecklenburg education for the last […]

Colonial Pipeline executive: We’re committed, accountable to community

More than a half-century ago, the first sections of pipe that would become part of the Colonial Pipeline were laid in the Huntersville community. That also marked the start of our commitment to safety and the environment – values that remain guiding principles to our operations today.  Colonial employees take pride in operating our system safely and delivering essential fuels […]

Colonial spent $30M in gasoline spill response, plans to go deeper

HUNTERSVILLE – The one-year anniversary of the discovery of a leak in Colonial Pipeline Company’s system in eastern Huntersville will align with an advanced step in the company’s continuing efforts to recover gasoline from the site. On Tuesday – almost a year since the Aug. 14, 2020 detection of gas from the pipeline in the Oehler Nature Preserve just north […]

Lake Norman restaurant health inspections – Week of Aug. 9

Health departments in Mecklenburg, Iredell, Lincoln and Catawba counties inspected the following restaurants and food-service establishments July 23-29: Huntersville Cava, 16845 Birkdale Commons Pkwy. – 92.5 Frankie’s of Charlotte, 10621 Bryton Corporate Center Drive – 98.5 Red Rocks Cafe, 8712 Lindholm Drive – 98 Smoothie King, 14210 Market Square Drive – 95.5 Summit Coffee, 16639 Birkdale Commons Pkwy., Suite 300 […]

Other districts will be watching COVID-19 cases in Mooresville schools

Though it was certainly not the intent, a decision to bring Mooresville Graded School District students back to class two weeks ahead of most other area systems ended up making MGSD a case study for returning to full in-person learning amid a new surge in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.   After initially deciding to make mask-wearing voluntary when students returned Aug. […]

Denver-Lincoln County crime reports – Week of Aug. 9

LINCOLNTON – The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following charges, including location and date of arrest, July 27 to Aug. 9:      Zakari David Glode, 34, assault on a female, injury to personal property, possession of methamphetamine, 7300 block of N.C. 73, July 27 Michael Dean Holloway, 46, fraudulent disposal of personal property, N.C. 16 Business North, July 28 Brady […]

North Mecklenburg crime reports – Week of Aug. 9

HUNTERSVILLE – The Huntersville Police Department reported the following charges, including places and dates of arrest or citation, Aug. 2-8: Juan Ruiz, 44, second-degree trespassing, North Old Statesville Road, Aug. 2 Versallis Jones, 50, obtaining property by false pretenses, 9743 Sam Furr Road, Aug. 3 Charles Edward Logan, 33, driving while impaired, Alwood Lane, Aug. 5 Theodis Lee Jenkins, 49, […]