Whether you recognize it or not, the way things are now has a lot to do with what has already happened in history. Historians will tell you it’s important that we never forget what’s been done and that’s why there’s a push to save a historic African-American school in North Charlotte.
Studies show the way you feel on the inside can be impacted by how you look on the outside. Which is why one Charlotte barber is giving free haircuts to students at an elementary school. This isn’t about vanity, but about lifting kids up.
More people appreciate the convenience of it, yet others still love the old-fashioned way of getting in the car and going to store. There is no right or wrong way, but many have an opinion about shopping for food online.
A study by the American Psychological Association is getting attention. It says Millennials turn more to Astrolog to help them process work, love and life. What’s written in the stars, is helping guide a generation.
The way you spend your time at the Epicenter may be changing.Various reports are out now of property managers trying to rebrand this party place in Uptown from bars and nightlife to retail and business.
Charlotte’s homicide count now climbing to 97 this year. The latest claimed the life of a woman in North Charlotte.Police say 23-year-old Corey Vega shot and killed 27-year-old Ebony Harrison early Sunday morning on Reagan Drive.
You should have peace of mind if your children go door-to-door for Friday night’s unofficial second Halloween. The sheriff says out of 1,092 registered sex offenders living in Mecklenburg County, his office was able to verify 944 addresses with an initiative called Operation Watchdog 2019.
Big news for any sports fan. What you know about the NCAA and your favorite college teams are changing. In a big announcement on Tuesday, officials said student-athletes will now be able to make money for their name, image and likeness.
Most know the frustrations that are tied to trying to find a job. Making a resume to sell yourself seems like one of the smaller obstacles. Not if you’re a former prison inmate and have no working experience.
Having weak cell phone service and a bad internet connection is frustrating for anyone of us. Charlotte’s South End, which is filled with apartments, businesses and restaurants, is known to constantly have that problem. It’s something that’s been going on for years according to people in that area.
We’re still waiting to see how much of your tax dollars will be spent to help pay for the proposed LYNX Silver Line train service in Charlotte. City council says this light rail is set to run through Union, Mecklenburg and Gaston counties -- making it three times longer than the LYNX Blue Line that’