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Polar plunge

Sixth annual event moved to Trump National Golf Club MOORESVILLE – Icy water will greet participatants in Trump National Golf Club Charlotte's sixth annual Polar Bear Plunge as they splash into the lake to celebrate the start of 2014. The event began as a way for five neighbors of The Point… read more about Polar plunge

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Biggest cheese

95-year-old wins Habitat fundraising contest CORNELIUS – Jack Hart raised more than $7,000 to support Our Towns Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build efforts, earning the 95-year-old the title “Biggest Cheese in Town.” The campaign challenges local leaders to raise at least $1,000 for Our Towns… read more about Biggest cheese

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News Briefs - Week of 12/12

Apply for Citizen’s Police Academy HUNTERSVILLE – Applications are being taken for the Huntersville Citizen’s Police Academy, a weekly series of classes held 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Jan. 21-March 25, at the Huntersville Police Department, 9630 Julian Clark Ave. Residents interested in taking… read more about News Briefs - Week of 12/12

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News Briefs - Week of 12/5

Third-graders help Ada Jenkins Center DAVIDSON – Third-grade classes at Davidson Day School collected 2,539 items for a food drive to benefit the Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry at the Ada Jenkins Center. Third-graders promoted the food drive in several ways, including coloring posters to put… read more about News Briefs - Week of 12/5

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Park gets approval

Bales takes issue with committee role HUNTERSVILLE – The town’s proposed Main and Maxwell Park is one step closer to becoming a reality. Commissioner Jeff Neely, one of the board’s most ardent supporters of the park, said it’ll provide residents with more amenities. “The residents have… read more about Park gets approval