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We are happy to announce that the September-October issue of Pineville Today is now online.  To access the newsletter, please click either the gold "Newsletter" tab on the right side of the main screen or the "Newsletter" box on the top left part of the screen.  As of this issue, we will no longer be mailing the newsletter out due to the cost of printing and mailing them.  However, a limited number of printed copies will be available for those who do not have a computer or access...

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The Pineville Police Dept. has just obtained a new tips line which individuals can call into to report any criminal activity.  Often residents want to report criminal activity anonymously and this gives them an opportunity to do so. The caller can simply leave a message on a secure line and can choose to remain anonymous or leave name and phone number if they choose.  Either way, Pineville Police will investigate every TIP that is called in.  The number to call to report criminal...

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Have a US flag that is worn and tattered and you don't know what to do with it? BSA Troop 7, chartered by Pineville United Methodist Church, will now provide a service to residents to drop off worn flags to be retired in a respectful ceremony in accordance with federal standards set forth by the United States Flag Code.  Four drop-off locations have been established.  Collection boxes will be located at: Pineville United Methodist Church Pineville Voluneer Fire Dept. ...

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A limited amount of funds are available to Pineville homeowners for the purpose of improving the exterior of your home.  This is a dollar-for-dollar matching grant up to $1,000 with specific requirements in place for eligibility.  Funds are available on a first-come, first-served basis until the funds are depleted and each case will be evaluated separately based on need and whether the property is currently owner-occupied.  An application and full documentation of the project is r...

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Check out the Town's new Facebook page.  News, updates, closings, etc. will be posted to the page for residents to stay informed with what's going on in the Town.  https://www.facebook.com/townofpineville200/

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The county has begun work on the Greenway in the Lakeview Drive area of town.  There will be an increase of construction traffic, noise and activity in the area so please use caution when traveling through the area.    Thank you.  

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We are honored and pleased to announce that the recently reconstructed bridge over Little Sugar Creek has just been named in honor of fallen fire fighter, Richard Sheltra. Sheltra, as you recall, was just 20 years old when he lost his life fighting a fire that broke out at the Edwin Watts golf store in April, 2016.  This is a great honor and we thank the efforts of Rep. Scott Stone and Pineville Mayor, Jack Edwards.  Please click HERE to read the press release and article in the Charl...

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