For months, the Red Line Regional Rail Project has been a simmering and, at times, boiling over pot on north Mecklenburg's stove. Monday night, the Huntersville Town Board got a first official taste of the goulash-like details of the plan and the opportunity to examine the complicated and controversial recipe designed to make it palatable.
Mary Deem, 19, of Huntersville, wrote an open letter in response to reports that two Lake Norman-area teenaged girls had recently taken their own life. This story touched many people and led Kristen Hampton of WBTV Charlotte to interview Mary. The video of that interview, currently on the WBTV web site, is embedded below.
It's a term that has stuck with Lake Norman Charter lacrosse coach Terry Gobble since he served in the Navy in the early 1990s, and it's one he now applies to a group of players who helped establish LNC's lacrosse program in 2009.
River District forms STEM program
The Catawba River District, a regional organization focused on sustainable community and economic development, has formed a strategic partnership with Presbyterian Healthcare and Huber Technology with the goal of supporting the district's STEM (science, technology, engineering and math)education initiative and outdoor learning labs.
As if there weren't enough big-ticket items on the ballot for Nov. 6 — when we vote for president, governor, members of congress, county commissioners and other offices — Davidson likely will have its own big-ticket item to add to the slate.
The tuneup is underway for north Mecklenburg's second Trifecta "battle of the bands."
The competition and showcase for local musicians will be held Friday, May 11, at Historic Rural Hill in Huntersville and is open to student bands from Hopewell, Hough, North Meck and Lake Norman Charter high schools.
You and a neighbor decide to start a company.
Together, you take out a huge loan, which you plan to pay back through sales of your product. But...