MOORESVILLE – A birthday celebration on March 3 is the next big-ticket item on the town’s sesquicentennial calendar, with opportunities still available for sponsorships and community involvement. At the town board’s Jan. 17 meeting, commissioners received an update on municipal plans during the town’s 150th year, with a “Party Like It’s 1873” event scheduled for March 3, the day in 1873 […]
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is being upfront out of the gate as it begins phase two of community engagement sessions on capital planning leading up to a countywide bond referendum in November. “We do not know at this time how many projects we are going to be able to deliver. We do not know at this time when projects will start or […]
MOORESVILLE – Lake Norman-area resident and Langtree Charter Academy student Kaitlyn Dorroh has been selected as one of The Charlotte Dean’s List 20 under 20 honorees. The high school junior is involved in several leadership clubs at Langtree, serves on the Teen Council of the Charlotte Make-A-Wish Foundation and loves the beach, skateboarding, cheering, playing softball, writing and working on […]
MOORESVILLE – Students at Chesterbrook Academy Preschool in Mooresville recently donated 995 pounds of food to FeedNC, the Mooresville nonprofit whose mission is to help those in need to find access to healthy food. For two weeks, students held a food drive to collect nonperishable items for the organization. After the collection, students helped organize the donations for delivery to […]
CORNELIUS – There will be a new option for preschool in town later this year that doesn’t have to be a financial burden to families, thanks to a group of Cornelius leaders across different realms of the community. The Cornelius Early Scholars plans to open in August as a Christian-based scholarship program that allows low-income families to receive the same […]
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