A top executive with Atrium Health said the hospital could look to move its business operations elsewhere as state financial regulators express skepticism at the hospital’s request to re-finance hundreds-of-millions of dollars of debt from a hospital it bought in Georgia last year.
A woman said she was meeting someone to purchase a phone that was advertised for sale on Marketplace through Facebook. Police say the woman was with two other people when they were robbed at gunpoint and the suspect fled the scene.
A new study from Harvard University has found drinking at least two sugar drinks a day increases your risk of early death by more than 20 percent. It’s an eye-opening study because for the first time - researchers have been able to make a direct correlation between sugar drinks to mortality.
According to CMPD, Officer Alex Milhazes, 29, got into an altercation with a woman at the pool of an apartment complex on Lucy Jane Lane in south Charlotte around 6 p.m. Sunday. The report states Milhazes pushed the woman then “slammed a gate on her ankle.”
Charlotte city leaders are considering whether to try to save the Excelsior Club, long a cornerstone in Charlotte’s African American community, after other groups’ efforts faltered or were rejected by the club’s owner.
The event features not only opportunities to create your own art, workshops, panels and (of course) cosplay contests, there are dozens of artists and storytellers behind the comics that come out personally to meet with their fans.
Speaking in Pittsburgh Wednesday to a group of visiting government and business leaders from Charlotte, Tepper articulated another way he’d like to expand the team’s geographic reach: A high-speed train connecting Charlotte with Winston-Salem and the Raleigh-Durham area.
In the first year, the city budget funded the Jump Start Micro grant with $50,000. That amount increased to $100,000. in the second year. In the upcoming fiscal year, the grant will have $500,000. to distribute.
Officials say the combined bank will be the sixth-largest U.S. bank holding company serving more than 10 million households in the U.S., with a leading presence in many high-growth markets in the country.
An Army official says a cadet in the Army Reserve Officers Training Corps will be removed from the program at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte for posting racist, anti-Semitic and "pro-Nazism" messages on social media
Monday, Charlotte City Council unanimously referred The Excelsior Club to the city's Economic and Development Committee. At -Large City Councilman James Mitchell is the chair. He will instruct city staff to see how much money it will take to bring the building back up to code.
Time is running out for the Excelsior Club located in West Charlotte. It is the first black club in Charlotte, NC. It opened in 1944 and closed its doors in 2016. There was a one year moratorium set from demolishing the historic landmark.
A judge has ruled Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Chief Kerr Putney will not be held in contempt of court over the department’s handling of video depicting a deadly officer-involved shooting that played out in a Burger King parking lot in March.
The chairman of the Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners opened Tuesday’s night’s meeting with a monologue that attacked a fellow commissioner and local media after questions surfaced about whether the commissioners violated state open meetings laws in discussing changes to the county’s budget
Investigators found minors worked after 7 p.m. on school nights, worked more than three hours on a school day, worked more than eight hours on a non-school day and worked after 9 p.m. during the summer. All FLSA violations.
On Tuesday, Atrium Health and Fifth Third Bank announced they will donate $10 million each to the Charlotte Housing Opportunity Investment Fund. This brings the total to $44 million raised so far from the private sector.