Physical therapist: They can be a problem when undertaking sudden activity.
In six weeks, the 11 participants in The Biggest Loser-Huntersville program — through strict adherence to a rigorous, supervised exercise regimen and careful attention to their diets — have lost a total of 175 pounds.
The Town of Cornelius will hold a three-day planning charette Thursday through Saturday, March 1-3 at Cornelius Town Hall to gather information from stakeholders and the general public into the design surrounding the diverging diamond interchange at Exit 28 of I-77. Public sessions are Thursday, 6-8 p.m., Friday, 2-5 p.m. and Saturday, 3-5 p.m. The new design will allow the interchange to handle more traffic more efficiently, at cost of $6 million, a fraction of the cost of a rebuilt, standard interchange.
It was a night of efficiency at the Huntersville Town Board meeting Monday night.
Gas utility wants to put new pipeline through nature preserve at Davidson College. School is mounting legal challenge.
A highly regarded college in an idyllic small town sets aside 200 acres adjacent to its historic campus as an ecological preserve.
A moms' night out to help fight cancer
In January 2007, Melissa Gibbs received the kind of news no mom ever wants to hear – that her youngest son Taylor had cancer. Taylor was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia at the tender age of 2, and after three arduous years of treatment, doctors declared the cancer was in remission. Two years post-treatment, Taylor is in good health and has no signs of the cancer he and his family so bravely battled.
Officially, Norfolk Southern Railroad is a company that prefers to operate out of the spotlight, shying away from media scrutiny. Behind board room doors, it is accomplished at manipulating the public process.
Norfolk Southern Railroad, which owns the tracks on which the proposed Red Line Regional Rail project would run, on Tuesday sent a letter via e-mail to North Carolina Department of Transportation Deputy Director of Transit Paul Morris — copying members of the Red Line Task Force — that, on the surface, appears to have effectively halted the Red Line proposal in its current form.
By every measure, the first half of The Biggest Loser-Huntersville's 10-week program has been a success.