Category Archives: Civic and Government News

Residents worried about Weddington road

The Charlotte Observer Union County News Larry Wood said he fears for his life when he drives out of his neighborhood. “I have almost been hit a number of times, and so has everyone on my block,” Wood said. “The … Continue reading

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Town leaders vote to build municipal complex

The Charlotte Observer Union County News Over 50 residents and business owners lined the aisles and stood in corners of the converted garage – known as the civic building – where Indian Trail Town Manger Joe Fivas recently presented a … Continue reading

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Waxhaw names first main street manager

The Charlotte Observer Union County News Posted on July 24, 2015 White’s former job was in Charlotte New job hope to enhance town’s unique qualities Waxhaw is one of 61 main street communities in North Carolina. | The Charlotte Observer … Continue reading

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Weddington firefighters to make statement with Declaration

The Charlotte Observer Crystal O’Gorman July 04, 2015 1942 lithographic replica of the Declaration of Independence on view The Providence Volunteer Fire Department is hosting a monthlong public viewing of a replica of the Declaration of Independence. A special viewing … Continue reading

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CMPD Chief Monroe bids farewell at Hood Hargett Breakfast Club

South Charlotte Weekly Posted by Crystal O’Gorman on June 22, 2015 in News Monroe addresses retirement, the department’s standing More than 50 residents dined at The Palms at Phillip’s Place in SouthPark on June 4, a Thursday, during the Hood … Continue reading

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