Why it is important to check fluids in the winter

During the winter, all kinds of road conditions exist - black ice, frozen bridges, freezing rain, etc. While all these things are important, nothing...

Is your new car geared with Infotainment features Part 2

Autonomous cars, though a long way away, are going to interact differently to their “driver” than they do now. When the age of cars...

Is your new car geared with Infotainment features Part 1

When we talk about the evolution of cars, commonly we like to think of mechanical improvements - the assembly line Ford used to make...

Should I wash my car in the winter Part 2

Salt will kill your car, and I don’t mean the resale value, though salt will kill that too. I mean salt in the wrong...

Should I wash my car in the winter Part 1

Many people don’t wash their cars in the winter. “Why should I if it will get dirty again in a few days?” you may...

Cooler weather means changing road conditions, are you ready Part 2

Last week we covered black ice and braking, this week what happens if you skid or lose traction? If you skid, turn into it. One of...

Cooler weather means changing road conditions, are you ready Part 1

Finally, the temperatures have begun to drop! Cooler weather is upon us, the holidays are soon to roll around, and the conditions in which...

Should I go green to save some green

Electric cars are all the rage these days - old companies like General Motors are starting to make them and companies like Tesla rely...

Tis the season for our annual toy drive

Once again, the “holiday season” has begun. Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Christmas, New Year’s… all coming in rapid fire. For many, this means a time...

Has your car lost that pep when you step on the gas Part 2

Last week we discussed how to improve the performance of your car by addressing the fuel.  This week we will look at some basic...

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Where in the World is Phil- COVID, Part 7

CHARLOTTE, NC - Reduced deposits are a way of inducing purchases. C/ Travel Insurance Companies are providing wider choices in products, to allow travelers to...

Virtual (or Partially Virtual) Closings: It’s a Thing

CHARLOTTE, NC - Congratulations, you’ve officially made it to the closing “table!” Gone are the days of dressing up to discuss the formalities that...

Servant’s Heart Receives $175K COVID-19 Relief Grant

MINT HILL, NC - Servant’s Heart is thrilled to have received a $175K grant from Mecklenburg County to assist local families coping with the...

Chief Justice Cheri Beasley Appoints Chief District Court Judges in Judicial Districts 20A (Stanly,...

RALEIGH – Chief Justice Cheri Beasley announced the appointment of three chief district court judges this week to fill vacancies left by retirements. Judge John R. Nance...

Laws Regarding your Window Tint

MINT HILL, NC - Window tint law in North Carolina is something we get asked about a lot. Oftentimes, we'll meet someone who has...

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Servant’s Heart Receives $175K COVID-19 Relief Grant

MINT HILL, NC - Servant’s Heart is thrilled to have received a $175K grant from Mecklenburg County to assist local families coping with the...

Chief Justice Cheri Beasley Appoints Chief District Court Judges in Judicial Districts 20A (Stanly,...

RALEIGH – Chief Justice Cheri Beasley announced the appointment of three chief district court judges this week to fill vacancies left by retirements. Judge John R. Nance...

Police Chief Ledford Announces Retirement

MINT HILL, NC - Chief Tim Ledford will conclude a four-decade-long career in law enforcement this December when he steps down from his role...

Hospitals Set Up Health Lines For COVID-19 Testing

CHARLOTTE - With Coronavirus infection rates at their highest levels and the resumption of classes right around the corner, many of us continue to...

Masks Required on Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, and Matthews Properties

CHARLOTTE - Announced July 7, 2020, strict mask requirements are in effect for all of Mecklenburg County.  Masks are now required to be worn...