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Hope on a journey toward  better health

Hope on a journey toward better health

MATTHEWS – Kathy Bellavia’s life changed when she was diagnosed with fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome three years ago. After a series of trial treatments, many of which were accompanied… Read more »

Wealth management merger part of a bigger picture in southeast

Wealth management merger part of a bigger picture in southeast

A Raleigh-based wealth management firm began a planned expansion throughout the southeast by merging with Griggs Capital Management (GCM), a firm based in the Matthews area. VisionQuest Wealth Management, a… Read more »

News Briefs: Oct. 22 to 28, 2014

News Briefs: Oct. 22 to 28, 2014

Matthews, Mint Hill approve Kilah Davenport Day proclamation The Mint Hill Board of Commissioners and Matthews Board of Commissioners both approved Kilah Davenport Day, which was Oct. 18, at their… Read more »

Matthews may take step toward a ‘vibrant’ downtown

Matthews may take step toward a ‘vibrant’ downtown

MATTHEWS – Matthews Board of Commissioners said they may take a step toward making the town’s downtown more viable and vibrant at their most recent meeting on Oct. 13. Commissioners… Read more »

Find your fall fun

Find your fall fun

Summer is over, fall is in the air, and that means annual fall festivities, candy, hayrides, corn mazes, farm fun, spooky thrills and, of course, Halloween. If you’re searching for… Read more »

News Briefs: Oct. 15 to 21

News Briefs: Oct. 15 to 21

MHVFD collects funds for MDA MINT HILL – The Mint Hill Volunteer Fire Department (MHVFD) held its Fill a Boot collection, on Sept. 27, to support the local Muscular Dystrophy… Read more »

Residents ask for speed humps, safety

Residents ask for speed humps, safety

MATTHEWS – Area residents, who live near the Matthews Sportsplex, located at 1505 Tank Town Road, asked for greater traffic safety during a public comment at the recent Matthews Board… Read more »

Townhomes proposal in works for Mint Hill

Townhomes proposal in works for Mint Hill

MINT HILL – Mint Hill may welcome new single-family homes, but some town commissioners aren’t sure they’re needed. Jerry Robusto, of Tuscano Homes, presented the proposal to the Mint Hill… Read more »

Three Women of Achievement to be honored by YWCA

Three Women of Achievement to be honored by YWCA

The YWCA Central Carolinas has announced the winners of its yearly Women of Achievement awards, which honor women who have worked as leaders for social justice in Charlotte and the… Read more »

Butler grad ready to earn the crown

Butler grad ready to earn the crown

HIGH POINT – Lindsey Baker knows how to work the stage, and she hopes her talent will earn her a new crown this weekend. Baker holds the title of “Miss… Read more »