HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. -- Children in Huntersville will join hundreds of thousands across the country to take part in a grassroots movement to discover America's parks through play on Saturday, May 18, to commemorate National Park Trust's (NPT) third annual National Kids to Parks Day. Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department invites residents to town's parks the weekend of May 18-19 to participate in is first QRious Kids in the Parks Scavenger Hunt.
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"Not to be too personal, Mr. Blythe, but you're no spring chicken."— Huntersville Commissioner Danny Phillips, explaining he was just trying to determine if the town should begin thinking about adding to its one-man legal department, Bob Blythe, who is in his 50th year as the town's legal advisor. "Not unless…
Where is this?
Where is this for May 16, 2013
Talk of the Towns
Talk of the Towns for May 2, 2013
Sugar, sugar Just when it seems the Queen City finally has something to hold over Atlanta (how many current mayors of Atlanta, for example, have recently been nominated to a cabinet position?), Charlotte leaders took yet another blow to their constant quest for world-class status. Charlotte is nowhere to be…
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor for April 11 2013
We're aiming for 100 percent vote The writer represents District 104 in the North Carolina House of Representatives, where she serves as Republican Conference Leader. Editor, In these days of deep political division, there aren't too many issues on which…
Whoever pays to drive on I-77 means more lanes for me
I had not developed an opinion one way or the other on the issue of managed lanes, toll lanes, HOT lanes or whatever term you choose for the subject of lingering debate about the best way to address growing traffic…