By Joyce Lavene
The long-term location of the public safety radio tower that was recently sold to the City of Charlotte was discussed at the January 26 meeting. […]
By Joyce Lavene
• 35% of people who attend the game write it off as a corporate expense.
• 5% of Americans will watch the game alone.
• 8 million pounds of guacamole is consumed on Super Bowl Sunday.
• 14,500 tons of chips are eaten along with that guacamole.
• The NFL will use 72 footballs for the Super Bowl game
• One out of every 12 people […]
Donald Williams, son of Nichole and Troy Williams, received his rank of Eagle Scout with Troop 144 at Blair Road United Methodist Church in Mint Hil.
His project was a stone path for the church between the parking lot and the pavilion.
He is a senior at Independence High School and has been with Troop 144 since […]
Please see the following statement from Governor Bev Perdue:
Like the rest of the nation, North Carolina has been facing difficult economic times — demanding many difficult decisions. I have had to make painful budget cuts in important areas of government. But I believe I have approached this challenge in a way that is consistent with my values and the values that have made our state a wonderful place to live and raise a family. I have spent my tenure in office – and, in fact, my adult lifetime – fighting for things that I care deeply about. And as anyone who knows me will tell you, I do not back down from tough fights. […]
A three-judge panel ruled last week that the May 8 primary stands as scheduled despite a law suit challenging new legislative and congressional voting districts. […]
Queen’s Grant Community Charter (K-8th grade) School will hold its final Open House event for the 2012-13 school year. If interested, go to the web site’s main page, and look under the heading “get to know us” and then click on the (All Events-Tab). Once there an interested parent will see the 2011-12 Events Schedule. […]