This year's Seal Swim (2017) has been postponed and moved to Friday, September 1st 2017

Every day more than 22 veterans commit suicide from the results of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and CRS (Combat Related Stress). This is more than we lose in active combat! In 2013, this stat was heavy on the mind of Lake Norman resident and Navy SEAL Veteran, Shannon Rusch. This prompted Rusch to contact …

Continue reading This year’s Seal Swim (2017) has been postponed and moved to Friday, September 1st 2017
City reaches separation agreement with Randall Kerrick G1NBC Mecklenburg County North Carolina

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Oct. 8, 2015) – Randall Kerrick has resigned from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) effective Oct. 2, 2015.  As part of the separation agreement, Kerrick will receive $112,935.98, subject to taxes and standard deductions. In addition, the city will pay the following: $8,181.05 to the NC Local Government Retirement System (legally required) $8,191.76 …

Charlotte City Manager appoints new CATS Executive Director

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (July 13, 2015) – John M. Lewis, Jr. has been named the new executive director for the Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS). In making the announcement, City Manager Ron Carlee said that “John brings a wealth of transit knowledge and leadership to our organization.  He has the energy, skill, and commitment to help …

MAYOR CLODFELTER TO SPEAK AT SALVATION ARMY CHRISTMAS CENTER GRAND OPENING EVENT

Mayor Dan Clodfelter will express appreciation to the local community for volunteerism and donations to make the holidays bright for families in need of assistance. Each year, the Salvation Army registers close to 13,000 children from Mecklenburg and Union Counties for the Angel Tree program. The agency also registers nearly 1,100 senior citizens for the …

City of Charlotte's Statement on Second Illegal Dumping

Preliminary tests indicate that a second illegal dumping of hazardous materials containing PCBs may have occurred into Charlotte’s sewer system, this time into pipes that feed into Sugar Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant off Tyvola Road. There is no threat to Charlotte’s drinking water. CMUD has shut down Sugar Creek plant’s operation and is diverting flow …

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  First Steps – Serving Your Local Hometown G1NBC TV You have to crawl before you walk. If you don’t know where you are going any road will get you there. If at first you don’t succeed, try and try again. The list can go on of saying that people tell their kids, use with …