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Education Briefs: Dec. 11

Education Briefs: Dec. 11

Brothers continue to support The Patriot Charities WEDDINGTON – Music duo CJ and Brother Max raised funds to afford The Patriot Charities, a Charlotte nonprofit, a trained PTSD service dog… Read more »

Marvin Ridge students seek careers in medical field

Marvin Ridge students seek careers in medical field

WAXHAW – Marvin Ridge High School sophomore Kelsea Little wanted to learn more about medical careers, but quickly realized she needed to take matters into her own hands since Marvin Ridge… Read more »

Four quick questions with Weddington Middle’s Nicole Schroedel

Four quick questions with Weddington Middle’s Nicole Schroedel

Why did you pursue an education career? The first time I knew I wanted to be a teacher, I was a senior in high school. I volunteered at a workshop… Read more »

Population boom will burst

Population boom will burst

It’s something that many parents in the Union County Public School system hoped they would never hear again: redistricting is coming by 2025. That’s the warning Dr. Jerome McKibben, a… Read more »

Sports shorts Dec. 11-17

Sports shorts Dec. 11-17

Weddington adjusts to life without All-American guard Watts Weddington’s girls’ basketball team lost All-American guard Stephanie Watts (North Carolina) to graduation, but the Warriors (6-1) have powered through and appear… Read more »

Monroe looks to capture 2AA state championship Saturday

Monroe looks to capture 2AA state championship Saturday

Top seed Monroe was held to fewer than 50 points for the first time this postseason, but it wasn’t enough to keep the Redhawks from soaring to an easy 46-6… Read more »

Community Spotlight: Keith Adams

Community Spotlight: Keith Adams

Keith Adams is the founder and executive director of Indian Trail-based nonprofit Common Heart. The organization heads up Common Cupboard, a food pantry that feeds hundreds of area families each… Read more »

Waxhaw close to YMCA agreement

Waxhaw close to YMCA agreement

WAXHAW – Waxhaw is close to finalizing an agreement and closing on property that would ensure a YMCA branch at N.C. 16 and Kensington Drive. The YMCA of Greater Charlotte… Read more »

Farm could become senior community

Farm could become senior community

A senior housing community with as many as 257 units could be developed on 116 acres of farmland between Indian Trail and Wesley Chapel. John Ross, president of Eagle Engineering,… Read more »

Senior citizen townhomes coming to Waxhaw

Senior citizen townhomes coming to Waxhaw

Waxhaw leaders approved plans Thursday, Dec. 3, allowing a developer to build 49 townhomes downtown that would target active senior citizens ages 55 and older. Kent Olson, of Development Solutions… Read more »