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Indian Trail’s town hall becomes campaign battleground

Indian Trail’s town hall becomes campaign battleground

INDIAN TRAIL – As Indian Trail prepares to break ground on a town hall this fall, challengers in the town council election are using the $8-million structure to gain more… Read more »

The region’s biggest national election donors

The region’s biggest national election donors

The road to the White House starts in areas like Union County. Not only has the area proven to be a popular stop for presidential candidates, but it’s also a… Read more »

Development Briefs for 10/16/15

Development Briefs for 10/16/15

New subdivision in Stallings STALLINGS – MI Homes is building a 174-home subdivision on 88 acres behind the Stevens Mill Crossing Shopping Center, but don’t expect residents of neighboring Fairfield Plantation… Read more »

Kid Coders fosters young computer gurus

Kid Coders fosters young computer gurus

WAXHAW – Ken Adelglass needed a change in early 2014. The business he was working for as a Web developer was struggling, when out of the blue he discovered a… Read more »

Community Spotlight: Maryann Giorgi

Community Spotlight: Maryann Giorgi

Maryann Giorgi was diagnosed with triple negative metastatic breast cancer in January and has undergone chemotherapy treatments and a double mastectomy. She’s currently undergoing radiation treatments. Girogi is a client… Read more »

Business Briefs: Oct. 8 to 13

Business Briefs: Oct. 8 to 13

Arts council will provide $32.5K in county grassroots funding The Union County Arts Council recently announced its Grassroots Arts Grant program, which will provide funding to seven arts groups in… Read more »

Development Briefs for Oct. 9

Development Briefs for Oct. 9

New firms form in county The following is a listing of new corporations in Union County filed by registered agents with the N.C. Secretary of State from Sept. 25 to… Read more »

Athletic facilities could boost the county’s economy

Athletic facilities could boost the county’s economy

County commissioners approved rezoning requests for two projects Monday, Oct. 5, that could not only provide area youth a place to play sports, but also give communities an economic development… Read more »

Big South 5K raises money for county middle schools

Big South 5K raises money for county middle schools

Six years ago, the Big South Division I Athletic Conference, based in Charlotte, was looking for a way to make a difference in its community. After seeing a need for… Read more »

Fish circling around Alvarez’s mayor’s post

Fish circling around Alvarez’s mayor’s post

INDIAN TRAIL – Michael Alvarez faces a formidable and well-funded foe in his efforts to win a second term as mayor. Challenger Roger Fish believes Indian Trail needs professional leaders willing… Read more »