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Dec. 11, 2012 @ 09:13 PM

Thumper's Holiday Charity Run

Dozens of bikers from various regional clubs gathered at Iron Horse Motorcycles Saturday to participate in the 5th annual toy run to benefit Turning Point and victims of domestic violence. Saturday's event marked the 6th annual event for Carolinas Motorcycle Organizations United (CMOU). More info can be found on the groups website: http://www.CMOUOnline.com

Dec. 06, 2012 @ 05:50 PM

Jill Pleimann retires

Lee Myers, left, former mayor of Matthews, relates stories about Matthews town clerk, Jill Pleimann, right, during his term as mayor. Pleimann, of Monroe, retiring after 21 years of service, worked with Myers during his 18 year term as mayor and was honored Saturday with a reception at Matthews Town Hall. December 28 will be Pleimann's last day as town clerk.

Nov. 29, 2012 @ 09:59 PM

Featured: Photo of the Day

Jessica Mangum, of Monroe, captured this photo of five of her pets peering inquisitively out the window after they spotted the neighbor's dog outside Thursday morning.

Nov. 16, 2012 @ 09:39 PM

Parkwood students & faculty square off to raise funds.

Amber Dennis, vice president of the student body at Parkwood High School, made her rounds across the campus this week, chalk in hand, to spread the word about the school's upcoming student-faculty basketball and volleyball competition. On Tuesday, the two entities face off on the court, all in good spirit, to raise funds for community projects. Spectators, as well as the competitors, will fork over $1 to be a part of the event.

Nov. 13, 2012 @ 09:54 PM

Sun Valley intersection construction

A group of Sun Valley students cross Wesley Chapel Road at the provided crosswalk Tuesday afternoon. This view, looking north, toward Old Monroe Road, shows north-bound traffic backed up even while the traffic light signals green. The intersection is currently undergoing significant reconstruction and widening.

Nov. 13, 2012 @ 09:53 PM

Indian Trail, feature, Brad Shearin

Enjoying a bit of father and son time, Brad Shearin and his six-year-old son, Jack, pause for a moment to chat with a passing friend while taking Charlotte, their ten-year-old Chocolate Lab on a walk Tuesday afternoon in Indian Trail.