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A few of our most popular commercial and industrial electrical services include but are not limited to:

  • Parking Lot Light Installation
  • Electrical Safety Inspections
  • Electrical Grounding for Businesses
  • Generator and Motor Insulation Resistance Analysis
  • Electrical Troubleshooting for Businesses
  • Ongoing Maintenance Plans for Vital Electrical Equipment
  • Transformer Installation
  • Circuit Testing for Businesses
  • Preventative Maintenance for Electrical Equipment
  • Electrical Wiring for New Businesses
  • Electrical Service Upgrades
  • Much More

A few of our most popular commercial and industrial electrical services include but are not limited to:

Circuit Breakers

Tripped Circuit Breakers

Your businesses' electrical system will trip when it has too much electricity running through it. These problems are very common in commercial properties and usually stem from one of three culprits: circuit overloads, short circuits, and ground fault surges. Obviously, when your circuits are tripped regularly, your business operations suffer. To help solve your circuit breaker problems, our commercial electricians will come to your location for in-depth troubleshooting. Once we discover the root cause, we'll get to work on repairing your circuit breaker, so you can continue working and serving your customers.

Flickering Lights

Flickering Lights

Like tripped circuit breakers, dimming or flickering lights are among the most common commercial electrical problems in South Carolina. These issues typically stem from poor electrical connections. These poor connections will usually cause sparks, which can start fires and wreak havoc on your commercial building. While dimming lights might seem minor, if you leave this problem to fester, you could be looking at permanent damage to your businesses' electrical systems. Given the danger involved in fixing this problem, it's important that you work with a licensed business electrician like Engineered Electrical Solutions as soon as you're able to.

Dead Power Outlets

Dead Power Outlets

Dead power outlets aren't always dangerous, unlike other recurring commercial electrical issues. They are, however, disruptive to your company's productivity. Dead outlets are common in older commercial buildings and are often caused by circuit overloads. Connecting multiple high-wattage devices and appliances to the same power socket can cause overheating. When the power outlet overheats, it can lead to tripped circuit breakers. In some cases, the live wire catches fire and burns until it is disconnected. For a reliable solution using high-quality switches, sockets, and circuit breakers, it's best to hire a professional business electrician to get the job done right.

Residential Electrician vs. Commercial Electrician in Marshville:
What's the Difference?

Finding a real-deal, qualified commercial electrician in South Carolina is harder than you might think. Whether it's due to availability or budget, you might be tempted to hire a residential electrician for your commercial electrical problem. While it's true that great residential electricians can help solve commercial issues in theory, it's always best to hire a business electrician with professional experience.

Unlike their residential colleagues, commercial electricians are licensed to deal with different materials and procedures suited specifically for businesses. Commercial wiring is much more complex than residential, and is strategically installed with maintenance, repair, and changes in mind. Additionally, commercial properties usually use a three-phase power supply, necessitating more schooling, skills, and technical ability to service.

The bottom line? If you're a business owner with commercial electricity problems, it's best to work with a licensed commercial electrician, like you will find at Engineered Electrical Solutions.

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Shields Painting has been in the business since 1968. In a world where so much has changed, we are proud to uphold the ideals that make us successful: hard, honest work, getting the job done right, and excellent customer service. Providing you with trustworthy, quality work will always take priority over rushing through a project to serve the next customer. That is just not the way we choose to do business.

As professionals dedicated to perfection, we strive to provide a unique painting experience for every customer - one that focuses on their needs and desires instead of our own. Whether you need residential painting for your home or commercial painting for your business, we encourage you to reach out today to speak with our customer service team. Whether you have big ideas about a new paint project or need our expertise and guidance, we look forward to hearing from you soon.

We want to be sure every one of our customers is satisfied, which is why we offer a three-year guaranteed on our labor. If you're in need of an electrician for your home or business, give our office a call and discover the Engineered Electrical Solutions difference.

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13 places to get barbecue around Charlotte — check out these spots.

Looking for a new barbecue spot in the Charlotte area? Skip the grill and head to one (or all) of these barbecue restaurants. Make sure to pile that plate high with brisket, ribs, burnt ends and lots of barbecue sauce.Every summer, I try to go to at least one barbecue place. I have a deep love of pulled pork and brisket and need to find a new barbecue spot to try.Luckily, the Carolinas are known for having some of the best barbecue, although there’s a big difference between the states, of course.NORTH CAROLINA BARB...

Looking for a new barbecue spot in the Charlotte area? Skip the grill and head to one (or all) of these barbecue restaurants. Make sure to pile that plate high with brisket, ribs, burnt ends and lots of barbecue sauce.

Every summer, I try to go to at least one barbecue place. I have a deep love of pulled pork and brisket and need to find a new barbecue spot to try.

Luckily, the Carolinas are known for having some of the best barbecue, although there’s a big difference between the states, of course.

NORTH CAROLINA BARBECUE: Eastern-style, which uses the whole hog, has a vinegar/peppery or lemon seasoning. Western-style (Lexington style) is typically made of pork shoulder and includes a sauce made of ketchup and vinegar.

SOUTH CAROLINA BARBECUE: This whole-hog barbecue is typically sauced one of four ways: mustard, heavy tomato, light tomato or vinegar and pepper.

No matter which style you prefer, here’s a list of restaurants in the Charlotte area with mouthwatering barbecue menus. (Did we miss any? Let us know in our poll at CharlotteFive.com.)

Neighborhood: Indian Land

Neighborhood: Lancaster

Neighborhood: Tega Cay

521 BBQ & Grill has locations in Indian Land, Tega Cay and Lancaster, each serving a twist on the restaurant’s menu. The barbecue is made fresh the night before and is hickory smoked for 14 hours in its special 521 seasonings. Make sure to try the 521 specialty ribs, signature barbecue and beef brisket.

Neighborhood: North Charlotte

Bobbee O’s BBQ was started in 2008 by North Carolina native Bob Roberts. The restaurant attracts customers from all over the world. The restaurant’s recognition expanded after being mentioned in Parade Magazine and other publications in 2012 and 2013.

Roberts perfected his barbecue pulled pork and barbecue sauce recipes. Try the perfected recipes with the barbecue pulled pork platter or the barbecue pulled pork sandwich.

Neighborhood: Ballantyne

Neighborhood: Huntersville

Neighborhood: Matthews

Neighborhood: University City

Since 1999, City Barbeque has been smoking meat with hickory, careful seasoning and low and slow heat to create the perfect bark, the crust on the outside of smoked meat. It includes sauces from 5 different states: the original Kansas sauce; Texas’s brush fire sauce which is best on brisket; South Carolina’s Low Country mustard-based sauce; Kansas City’s tomato-based sauce and North Carolina’s vinegar Swine Wine sauce.

When you stop by, try what the restaurant has to offer with the “City Sampler,” a platter with beef brisket, pulled pork, sausage, turkey, two sides and Texas toast. Make sure to bring two handfuls of napkins and cover the plate in a bunch of sauce.

Neighborhood: Fort Mill

Neighborhood: Rea Farms

The Improper Pig serves classic North Carolina-style barbecue prepared on a hickory woodfire grill. It also offers flavors from all over the world such as Eastern barbecue, Teriyaki, Buffalo, Jeff’s Mustard and Spicy Hoisin. The barbecue joint has even been featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives.

The Oinker food truck is travels through Charlotte and South Carolina. The truck was made to expand the barbecue horizons of local communities. The truck offers North Carolina-style barbecue with options for meat lovers, vegetarians and vegans. The truck can be booked for events.

Neighborhood: Steele Creek

Neighborhood: near Concord Mills

You know a barbecue restaurant is going to be good when barbecue is its heritage. That’s the case with Jim ‘N Nick’s Bar-B-Q, where recipes and traditions are passed on to local pitmasters, owners and cooks. The restaurant was started by father-son duo Jim and Nick Pihakia in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1985.

The restaurant emphasized the slow-cooked barbecue made daily. When visiting make sure to try the classic pulled pork and Carolina-style pork.

Neighborhood: Peachland

Jon G’s barbecue opened in June 2020 and serves world-class, Texas-inspired barbecue. The restaurant is open on Saturdays from 11 a.m. until it’s sold out, which is usually around 4 p.m. It started as a food truck that still operates and pops up in the Charlotte area. The restaurant is about a 40 minute drive from Charlotte, make sure to get there early to beat the line.

Try the Pork B. Taco made with the Porky Brewster made with brisket, pork, Fritos, slaw, onion and pickles; on a flour tortilla topped with queso and cilantro.

Mac’s Speed Shop was started in Charlotte in 2005 by Wynn Davis and Hall Johnson, who blended barbecue, beer and bikes. All food and sauces are made fresh daily including comfort foods such as mac and cheese and brisket chili. Down the barbecue with one of the drinks on the restaurant’s extensive liquor menu or one of its specialty drinks.

The restaurant will open its newest location soon at Concord Mills Mall. Make sure to try the beef brisket platter served with dry-rubbed, slow-smoked brisket that is sliced to order, caramelized onions and western barbecue.

Neighborhood: Union County, South Carolina

Founded around 1941, Midway BBQ has outlasted nearly 50 Union County hash houses. The restaurant is considered the hash capital of the world, and the restaurant is nicknamed “811 Hash Boulevard.” (Hash is a side dish typically made from pork and potatoes and served over rice.) The menu changes daily, allowing each guest to have a unique dining experience.

This joint is a must-visit spot — the Charlotte-based restaurant is a popular spot for tourists and locals alike. It offers a variety of barbecue options, including Carolina Pork, Saint Louis Pork Ribs, Beef Brisket and Barbecue Chicken. Traditional sides include collard greens, mac and cheese, and baked beans.

Neighborhood: West Charlotte

Neighborhood: Optimist Park

Noble Smoke works with local farms, including Creekstone Farms, Joyce Farms and Cheshire Farms, each specializing in a different meat.

“Miss Mary’s Platter,” is served with a pound of pork, a pound of brisket, a pound of turkey, a pork short rib, Eastern or Western slaw and pickled veggies. The massive platter can be shared with loved ones or kept to yourself and drowned in sauce.

Neighborhood: Ballantyne

For Carolina-style barbecue sauce enthusiasts, the Q-Shack is the place for you. The restaurant’s motto is “BBQ, Tender as a Mother’s Love,” rings true as you can taste the love put into its meats.

Serving tender brisket, pulled pork perfectly coated in a vinegar-based sauce. The homemade sides — including baked beans, mac and cheese and fried okra — make you feel right at home.

Location: Multiple locations

With multiple locations around Charlotte, the barbecue restaurant is a gem that’s not too far from most people. The authentic Carolina barbecue smoked to perfection overnight. The restaurants have received three 100s in a row on sanitation.

The pulled pork, a Carolina staple, is smoked to perfection. For the ultimate experience, try the sides, which honestly make or break the meal. While you’re devouring the pulled pork, pair it with barbecue bakes beans, banana pudding, mac and cheese or red coleslaw.

Neighborhood: Belmont Charlotte

Located in Charlotte’s Belmont neighborhood near Uptown, Sweet Lew’s BBQ uses a blend of hickory, peach and pecan wood to create award-winning dishes. Even though the restaurant is close to Uptown, it still has the feel of the back road countryside barbecue joints where you can get fresh-made, wood smoked barbecue.

For an authentic North Carolina barbecue experience, try the North Carolina smoked pork shoulder and the North Carolina chopped pork platters.

7 more Charlotte-area stores fined for overcharging, state audit shows

Officials with North Carolina's Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services said they're catching more stores charging more than advertised.CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The number of grocery stores overcharging for items has skyrocketed, state audits show, and officials believe staffing shortages could be to blame.According to state records, seven Charlotte-area stores received fines for overcharging in the first quarter of 2022. They include four Walmart stores, in Belmont, North Charlotte, Matthews, and Indian Trail, two Dolla...

Officials with North Carolina's Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services said they're catching more stores charging more than advertised.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The number of grocery stores overcharging for items has skyrocketed, state audits show, and officials believe staffing shortages could be to blame.

According to state records, seven Charlotte-area stores received fines for overcharging in the first quarter of 2022. They include four Walmart stores, in Belmont, North Charlotte, Matthews, and Indian Trail, two Dollar Generals, in Marshville and East Charlotte, and a Dollar Store in Northeast Charlotte.

“Normally we hand out nearly $40,000 to $50,000 in fines where stores have been overcharging, and this past year it was over half a million,” Chad Parker, the Standards Measurement Manager for the Department of Agriculture, said.

This map below shows 42 stores fined across North Carolina during the first quarter of 2022.

The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services conducts periodic, unannounced inspections of price-scanning systems to ensure accuracy. There could be penalties involved if a store fails a follow-up inspection.

The goal of the inspections is to keep stores honest and accurate.

"Stores have had a very big problem keeping up with the price changes," Parker said.

Consumers who would like to file a complaint about scanner errors can call the Standards Division at 984-236-4750.

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North Carolina high school football scores for NCHSAA Week 4 of the 2022 season

Final scores from Week 4 of the North Carolina high school football season:FRIDAY'S SCORESAndrews 44, Mitchell County 27Anson County 21, Albemarle 14Arden Christ School 40, Legion Collegiate, S.C. 7Asheville Erwin 32, Brevard 27Asheville School 57, Charlotte Country Day 38Bartlett Yancey 39, East Chapel Hill 9Bertie County 8, Kill Devil Hills First Flight 0Camden County 40, Gates County 6Catawba Ridge, S.C. 45, West Cabarrus 0Central Davidson 42, We...

Final scores from Week 4 of the North Carolina high school football season:

FRIDAY'S SCORES

Andrews 44, Mitchell County 27

Anson County 21, Albemarle 14

Arden Christ School 40, Legion Collegiate, S.C. 7

Asheville Erwin 32, Brevard 27

Asheville School 57, Charlotte Country Day 38

Bartlett Yancey 39, East Chapel Hill 9

Bertie County 8, Kill Devil Hills First Flight 0

Camden County 40, Gates County 6

Catawba Ridge, S.C. 45, West Cabarrus 0

Central Davidson 42, West Wilkes 0

Central, S.C. 38, Monroe Piedmont 21

Chambers 42, Hickory Ridge 21

Chapel Hill 49, Carrboro 7

Charlotte Independence 69, Huntersville Hopewell 14

Charlotte Mallard Creek 20, Gaffney, S.C. 13

Charlotte Olympic 53, East Mecklenburg 7

Charlotte Providence Day 41, Concord Cannon 10

Cherokee 34, Rosman 8

Christ the King High School 14, Bessemer City 13

Clinton 33, Jacksonville Northside 12

Concord Robinson 38, China Grove Carson 3

Cornelius Hough 45, Concord Cox Mill 6

Corvian 19, Lake Norman Charter 14

Covenant Day School 26, Metrolina Christian Academy 25

Durham Hillside 43, Rolesville 28

Durham Riverside 35, Person 13

East Duplin 42, Croatan 0

East Forsyth 59, South Iredell 7

East Rutherford 21, Madison County 14

East Surry 54, South Stokes 0

East Wilkes 36, Wilkes Central 16

Eastern Randolph 28, Burlington Williams 21

Edenton Holmes 48, Norview, Va. 26

Faith Christian 23, Bear Grass 20

Farmville Central 22, Swansboro 19

Fayetteville Seventy-First 35, Hoke County 15

Forest City Chase 50, Cherryville 0

Franklinton 52, Oxford Webb 0

Friendship 38, Raleigh Athens Drive 18

Greene Central 28, Eastern Wayne 0

Greensboro Grimsley 32, Southern Pines Pinecrest 7

Greenville Rose 30, Southwest Onslow 0

Havelock 30, West Craven 0

Hayesville 43, Lookout Valley, Tenn. 14

Hendersonville 51, Burnsville Mountain Heritage 16

Hickory Grove Christian 47, Victory Christian Center 14

Jacksonville 49, West Carteret 3

Jacksonville White Oak 53, East Carteret 14

John Paul II Catholic 74, Wayne Christian 32

Kinston Parrott Academy 54, Halifax Academy 41

Kinston 52, Pamlico County 8

Lake Norman 37, Alexander Central 7

Lake Taylor, Va. 62, Currituck County 28

Lawndale Burns 48, Watauga County 28

Lee County 48, Mecklenburg County, Va. 0

Louisburg 42, Washington County 8

Marshville Forest Hills 16, Charlotte Latin 14

Martinsville, Va. 34, Eden Morehead 21

Matthews Butler 34, Charlotte Myers Park 9

Matthews Weddington 31, Charlotte Ardrey Kell 14

Mayodan McMichael 52, Winston-Salem Carver 32

McDowell County 46, Avery County 21

Monroe 56, Montgomery Central 0

Monroe Sun Valley 30, Mint Hill Rocky River 12

Mooresville Pine Lake Prep 21, Boonville Starmount 2

Morganton Freedom 40, Morganton Patton 14

Mount Airy 51, Ashe County 29

Murphy 34, South Pittsburg, Tenn. 28

Nash Central 35, North Johnston 6

New Bern 21, Maury, Va. 14

Newton Grove Hobbton 49, Seven Springs Spring Creek 20

Newton Grove Midway 30, Salemburg Lakewood 8

North Brunswick 48, South Columbus 12

North Davidson 49, East Rowan 14

North Duplin 56, Lejeune 20

North Henderson 44, Swannanoa Owen 34

North Moore 28, West Columbus 6

North Raleigh Christian 48, Kernersville McGuinness 12

North Stanly 24, West Stanly 21

North Wilkes 28, Alleghany County 14

Northampton County 64, North Edgecombe 7

Northern Durham 28, Vance County 20

Northern Nash 44, Greenville Conley 7

Northwest Cabarrus 24, Mount Pleasant 17

Oak Grove 45, Lexington 7

Orange 45, Granville Central 0

Patrick County, Va. 34, North Stokes 0

Pinetown Northside 49, Robersonville South Creek 0

Polk County 49, Landrum, S.C. 7

Portsmouth Christian, Va. 40, Perquimans 18

Providence Grove 49, Asheboro 0

Pungo Christian 68, Community Christian 34

R-S Central 27, Chesnee, S.C. 20

Rabun Gap-Nachoochee, Ga. 37, Asheville Reynolds 28

Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 10, Wake Forest 9

Raleigh Leesville Road 37, Southern Durham 18

Raleigh Millbrook 58, Raleigh Broughton 6

Raleigh Ravenscroft 58, Southlake Christian 20

Raleigh Wakefield 31, Raleigh Enloe 14

Randleman 38, Greensboro Smith 7

Reidsville 35, Eastern Alamance 28

Richlands 27, South Lenoir 21

Richmond County 28, Hope Mills South View 19

Riverside Martin 23, Chocowinity Southside 20

Robbinsville 28, Sylva Smoky Mountain 27

Rocky Mount 62, Goldsboro 0

Rocky Point Trask 58, Holly Ridge Dixon 14

Salisbury 41, South Rowan 0

Scotland 28, Fayetteville Britt 27

Shelby 57, Lenoir Hibriten 21

South Caldwell 31, Catawba Bandys 24

South Central Pitt 48, Willow Spring 26

South Davidson 40, South Stanly 14

Southeast Guilford 34, Durham Jordan 14

Southern Alamance 43, Western Alamance 26

Southern Nash 34, South Granville 14

Southern Wayne 29, North Lenoir 6

St. Pauls 42, Cameron Union Pines 13

Swain County 20, Canton Pisgah 7

Tarboro 27, SouthWest Edgecombe 7

Thomasville Ledford 44, East Davidson 14

Valdese Draughn 62, Gastonia Highland Tech 6

Wake Forest Heritage 62, Raleigh Sanderson 35

Walkertown 49, Winston-Salem Prep 0

Wallace-Rose Hill 56, Pender County 28

Waxhaw Cuthbertson 35, South Mecklenburg 28

Waxhaw Marvin Ridge 24, Monroe Parkwood 16

West Bladen 23, East Columbus 0

West Davidson 10, Southwestern Randolph 0

West Mecklenburg 56, Charlotte Harding 8

West Rowan 42, North Rowan 28

Whiteville 41, Goldsboro Rosewood 7

Wilmington Laney 55, East Bladen 0

Wilson Beddingfield 34, Ayden-Grifton 27

Wilson Prep 16, Red Springs 8

Kings Mountain Gateway Trail receives $30,000 for extension

The plan to expand the Kings Mountain Gateway Trail recently got a boost.The governing board of the Thread Trail recently approved $752,500 for the Carolina Thread Trail to help expand and improve access to public trails in 15 counties in North Carolina and South Carolina. And a project in Kings Mountain is one of the recipients.The city will receive $30,000 for a study to create an extension of the Kings Mountain Gateway Trail to the Crowders Mountain Boulders Access parking area.“The Kings Mountain...

The plan to expand the Kings Mountain Gateway Trail recently got a boost.

The governing board of the Thread Trail recently approved $752,500 for the Carolina Thread Trail to help expand and improve access to public trails in 15 counties in North Carolina and South Carolina. And a project in Kings Mountain is one of the recipients.

The city will receive $30,000 for a study to create an extension of the Kings Mountain Gateway Trail to the Crowders Mountain Boulders Access parking area.

“The Kings Mountain Gateway Trail and the city of Kings Mountain planning department partnered to submit a grant application to the Carolina Thread Trail,” said Kings Mountain City Manager Marilyn Sellers. “On Jan. 20, the Carolina Thread Trail announced 16 new partner grant recipients. When complete, the new trail will provide several more miles, perfect for walkers and bikers. The Kings Mountain Gateway Trail has been in the Kings Mountain Master Plan for nearly 20 years.”

The Gateway Trail opened in 2009.

Kings Mountain Senior Planner Kimberly Herndon stressed the significance of partnerships and bringing those plans to life.

“We are excited by the possibilities brought about through partnerships,” said Herndon. “The Carolina Thread Trail is a great partner in helping the city of Kings Mountain and the Gateway Trail bring long standing hike and bike plans a step closer to reality for the citizens of the community.”

Kings Mountain Mayor Scott Neisler backed the plan, saying it is imperative in supporting long-term health.

“The Gateway Trail and its proposed extension is a big tourism attraction and a great option for a healthy lifestyle activity for all using the trail," said Neisler.

The Thread Trail’s Implementation Grant Program provides funding to communities and nonprofit organizations to support trail construction, design, land acquisition and corridor planning. Over the past 11 years, the Thread Trail has awarded nearly $8 million in catalytic grants to communities.

Shelby's rail trail which is currently being constructed got an even bigger boost to the tune of $200,000 which will be used to construct a 0.8-mile segment of rail trail that will connect an existing Thread Trail to uptown Shelby. This is the first phase of an eventual 11-mile rail trail connection from Shelby to the South Carolina state line.

Currently, 350 miles of greenways and trails, as well as 170 miles of blueways, are open to the public within the Thread Trail system.

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Other communities that benefited from the recent grants include:

BELMONT: $30,000, to help with land acquisition for the construction of Abbey Creek Greenway, which runs parallel to Wilkinson Boulevard and will connect to Loftin Park on the Catawba River.

BESSEMER CITY: $15,000, to conduct a trail corridor study to determine the best alignment for a trail extension at the South-Ridge Parkway Industrial Park that will serve residents and employees and approach the western side of Gastonia with an eventual connection underneath I-85.

CATAWBA LANDS CONSERVANCY: $5,000, to construct a new canoe/kayak launch at Spencer Mountain River Access, the northern-most paddling input along the South Fork Catawba River Blueway. The launch will improve safe access to the blueway for residents and visitors to Gaston County.

CONCORD: $30,000, to design an extension of Irish Buffalo Creek Greenway, connecting Caldwell Park to Lincoln Street and Melrose Drive.

CRAMERTON: $86,000, to improve the Rocky Branch Trail at Stuart Cramer High School, which provides a critical trail connection between Cramerton and Belmont.

GREAT FALLS, S.C.: 30,000, to design the 3.5-mile Great Falls Rail Trail along the Catawba River, which will provide important pedestrian and bicycle access to the future Dearborn Island State Park and its recreational opportunities.

IREDELL COUNTY: $30,000, to design a 1.4-mile extension of Fourth Creek Greenway between Big Leaf Slopes Park and Greenbriar Road, where it will also connect to the future extension of the Broad Street segment of the Statesville Greenway resulting in seven miles of continuous trail.

LOWELL: $8,000, to fund the design of a potential future extension of the South Fork Trail, which facilitates an eventual connection to Poston Park.

MARSHVILLE: $14,500, to fund construction of the town of Marshville Connector trail. Funding will improve the trail within the Municipal Park, improve crosswalks, and expand the trail by connecting to a nearby neighborhoods.

MOUNT PLEASANT: $47,000, to expand the existing parking lot at Buffalo Creek Preserve, therefore increasing access to the preserve and and existing Carolina Thread Trail.

ROCK HILL: $30,000, to design a 0.2-mile extension of the Jack White Trail along Dave Lyle Boulevard, which facilitates a connection of the Manchester Creek trail corridor from the Catawba River to downtown Rock Hill.

SPENCER: $50,000, to construct the Yadkin River Park Trailhead and Greenway Connector, a first step toward providing a connection between Spencer and Salisbury and across the Wil-Cox Bridge to Davidson County.

STANLY: $100,000, to construct the 2.75-mile Tom Webb segment of the Falcon Trail, extending the existing trail from Richfield Park.

WAXHAW:, $50,000, to fund construction of the 12 Mile Creek Greenway, formerly a private trail that will be improved and made accessible to the public. The trail will expand the existing portion of the 12 Mile Creek Greenway, which crosses the North Carolina-South Carolina state line.

Latrice Williams can be reached at 704-669-3339 and lwilliams6@gannett.com.

Game of the Week: Leesville Road knocks off Panther Creek 38-14

WAKE FOREST, N.C. (WTVD) -- Leesville Road improved to 2-0 on the young season with a 38-14 victory at Panther Creek on Friday night in the Mountain Dew High School Huddle Game of the Week.The Pride jumped out early as Xavier Lewis returned an interception for a touchdown."I was expecting the screen all week," Lewis said. "I knew I was going to get a pick on that."The game was tight in the first half with Kalen Luten scoring for Panther Creek to bring the Catamounts to within 17-14 at halftime....

WAKE FOREST, N.C. (WTVD) -- Leesville Road improved to 2-0 on the young season with a 38-14 victory at Panther Creek on Friday night in the Mountain Dew High School Huddle Game of the Week.

The Pride jumped out early as Xavier Lewis returned an interception for a touchdown.

"I was expecting the screen all week," Lewis said. "I knew I was going to get a pick on that."

The game was tight in the first half with Kalen Luten scoring for Panther Creek to bring the Catamounts to within 17-14 at halftime.

But the third quarter proved to be the difference as Leesville Road scored twice, including another interception for a touchdown by Niko Sonye.

Despite the win, Leesville Road coach Ben Kolstad saw plenty of room for improvement.

"I thought we were sluggish," Kolstad said. "I don't know if it was the heat or what, but we just kind of turned the ball over, which we haven't really done this year, we missed a bunch of tackles, but our kids adjusted. We made some adjustments at halftime that kind of took things away."

Panther Creek fell to 0-2.

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Panther Creek and Leesville Road meet in Mountain Dew High School Huddle Game of the Week

Friday's Scores

Alexander Central 17, North Gaston 8

Andrews 46, East Henderson 14

Apex 26, Fuquay-Varina 23

Apex Middle Creek 55, Garner 21

Arden Christ School 39, Polk County 7

Asheville Reynolds 45, Shelby 21

Asheville Roberson 12, Gastonia Ashbrook 0

Belmont South Point 48, East Gaston 6

Boonville Starmount 65, Davidson Community School 53

Brunswick Academy, Va. 61, Pungo Christian 26

Buford, Ga. 56, Charlotte Mallard Creek 7

Camden County 48, Perquimans 0

Canton Pisgah 14, Enka 7

Catawba Bandys 24, Newton Foard 15

Catholic High School of Va Beach, Va. 20, Kill Devil Hills First Flight 11

Central Davidson 46, Randleman 21

Central, S.C. 63, Carolina Pride 0

Charlotte Ardrey Kell 40, Waxhaw Cuthbertson 3

Charlotte Christian 52, Southside Christian, S.C. 28

Charlotte Independence 28, Waxhaw Marvin Ridge 14

Charlotte Providence Day 52, Matthews Weddington 32

Chocowinity Southside 27, Washington County 20

Claremont Bunker Hill 33, Hickory St. Stephens 12

Concord Cannon 55, Greater Cabarrus Home 0

Concord Cox Mill 45, Northwest Cabarrus 6

Cornelius Hough 34, Mooresville 6

Croatan 56, Pamlico County 38

East Bladen 35, South Columbus 14

East Carteret 29, Ayden-Grifton 14

East Davidson 41, Trinity Wheatmore 0

East Forsyth 47, Rolesville 0

East Lincoln 53, Gastonia Forestview 0

East Surry 14, Mount Airy 12

East Wilkes 35, Surry Central 7

Eastern Alamance 28, Southern Alamance 14

Eastern Randolph 69, Asheboro 7

Eden Morehead 41, Rockingham County 21

Erwin Triton 34, South Johnston 15

Fayetteville Sanford 40, Fayetteville Britt 27

Fayetteville Seventy-First 14, Fayetteville Pine Forest 6

Fayetteville Smith 26, Cape Fear 16

Fayetteville Westover 40, St. Pauls 6

Forest City Chase 57, Swannanoa Owen 15

Franklin 14, Cherokee 12

Friendship 27, Raleigh Wakefield 7

Goldsboro 6, Fayetteville Byrd 4

Gray's Creek 35, Cameron Union Pines 12

Grayson County, Va. 20, Alleghany County 7

Greene Central 32, Kinston 20

Greensboro Grimsley 40, Pfafftown Reagan 34

Greenville Conley 35, Cary 0

Halifax County, Va. 21, Person 12

Havelock 61, West Carteret 0

High Point Andrews 34, High Point Central 0

High Point Christian Academy 14, Harrells Christian 3

Highland Springs, Va. 26, Chambers 20

Hillsborough Cedar Ridge 8, East Chapel Hill 6

Hoke County 30, Lumberton 0

Indian Trail Porter Ridge 48, West Cabarrus 0

Jacksonville 38, Jacksonville White Oak 6

Kannapolis Brown 35, Monroe Sun Valley 31

Kings Mountain 24, Asheville 0

Knightdale 28, East Wake 14

Lake Norman 42, North Iredell 0

Lake Norman Charter 34, Winston-Salem Prep 14

Lawndale Burns 35, Shelby Crest 12

Lee County 21, Spring Lake Overhills 14

Lincolnton 20, North Lincoln 17

Marshville Forest Hills 54, Red Springs 7

Matthews Butler 40, Richmond County 7

Metrolina Christian Academy 18, Charlotte Country Day 7

Mitchell County 34, McDowell County 16

Monroe Parkwood 29, Concord 0

Mooresville Pine Lake Prep 21, Mooresboro Jefferson 0

Morganton Freedom 33, East Burke 20

Mount Pleasant 34, China Grove Carson 28

Murphy 15, Commerce, Ga. 14

New Bern 61, Willow Spring 0

North Rowan 57, South Rowan 0

North Stanly 30, East Rowan 14

North Wilkes 35, Ashe County 30

Northampton County 28, Washington 21

Northeast Guilford 8, Western Guilford 0

Northern Nash 49, Wilson Fike 6

Oak Grove 23, West Forsyth 14

Pembroke Swett 24, Fairmont 8

Pikeville Aycock 44, Eastern Wayne 8

Pittsboro Northwood 52, Siler City Jordan-Matthews 0

Richlands 7, Southwest Onslow 6

Robbinsville 32, Brevard 7

Robert B. Glenn 21, Jamestown Ragsdale 12

Rocky Point Trask 52, Newton Grove Hobbton 34

Salemburg Lakewood 40, Jones County 7

Salisbury 34, Green Level 12

Seven Springs Spring Creek 28, Lejeune 26

South Brunswick 44, Newton Grove Midway 26

South Davidson 14, Chatham Central 0

Southeast Guilford 23, Greensboro Dudley 7

Southern Pines Pinecrest 35, Anson County 6

Southwest Guilford 28, Winston-Salem Reynolds 7

Southwestern Randolph 49, South Stanly 13

Swansboro 33, South Lenoir 0

Sylva Smoky Mountain 21, Swain County 20

Thomasville Ledford 57, West Davidson 7

Wake Forest Heritage 30, South Granville 18

Walkertown 48, Lexington 0

Wallace-Rose Hill 35, Clinton 18

Warsaw Kenan 43, Holly Ridge Dixon 3

Watauga County 23, Maiden 19

West Craven 23, South Central Pitt 12

West Henderson 34, Hendersonville 20

West Johnston 55, Western Harnett 7

West Lincoln 48, Cherryville 0

West Rowan 35, Davie County 34

West Stanly 18, Albemarle 6

West Stokes 34, North Surry 0

West Wilkes 31, Elkin 9

Wilmington Hoggard 18, Scotland 8

Winston-Salem Atkins 27, Winston-Salem Carver 0

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