Any plans you had for the weekend are most likely canceled, but as people continue to find ways to stay busy during these times, they’re turning to a business known for home improvement and outdoor gardening.
Gaston County leaders are saying now is not the time for you to panic. The message comes as those leaders declare a state of emergency for the area and ask that people keep groups down to 50 people or less.
Any big event you have planned is being banned by Governor Roy Cooper if it means 100 people or more are going to be there. This is an Executive Order he is issuing in response to the 23 Coronavirus cases in North Carolina.
There’s a little more than six months left before the Republican National Convention comes to Charlotte at the end of August. It’ll be a notable week for the city as it’s going to be locked down with heavy security in multiple directions.
A lawsuit against a Christian broadcaster based in South Charlotte was filed this month. A former employee – who was fired – has accused the company of failing to pay her what she was promised and forcing her to work overtime without extra pay.
We’re calling it the case of the cut and run – when someone is let out of jail but told to wear an ankle monitoring bracelet, but then they cut it off. Suddenly, they’re free and clear. When you start to look at the people accused of doing this, you find many are repeat offenders.
New year, new laws. Now that the federal minimum age to by tobacco products has been bumped up to 21 – some people say they’re struggling with the change. Some smoke shops in Charlotte are still selling tobacco products to anyone 18 and up. Why? They say they didn’t think the new law would go into