A workforce development program in Charlotte that provides training and internships to young adults is persevering through the hardships of the job market during the coronavirus pandemic. Year-Up Charlotte is a workforce development program that provides adults between 18 and 26-years-old with job
Students can request to take out library books using an online form. Passek fulfills the requests, packs the books up in special delivery boxes, then drops them off at Wing, which handles the drone deliveries.
First responders help those in trouble.They get called to a scene, handle that call, and then it’s off to the next one. Rarely do those calls come full circle. Rarely do rescuers get to know how things ultimately turn out.
A Charlotte couple is taking action to help their community after they heard several reports of families getting evicted from hotels and apartments. Although North Carolina told landlords evictions aren’t allowed during the COVID19 pandemic, many families say the threat and fear of eviction was stil
Two life-long friends from Concord are working together to help bring hot meals to truck drivers on the road. Drivers are facing challenges when it comes to eating on the road because of restrictions on restaurants due to COVID19. They can’t dine inside and they can’t physically go through the drive
Gold Hill Middle School choir and band students were riding back from a trip to Disney World last week when they learned it would likely be the last job for their charter bus drivers Ron and Rick for a while.
Salisbury firefighters rescued him from the dirt bank he was laying in after he fell 75 feet. He had pulled over his FedEx truck to help a stranded motorist when he mistook the bridge for a median and jumped.
A group called Operation Warm was formed more than 20 years ago with the goal of providing coats for kids, and on Tuesday they gave out more than 500 coats at Forest Park Elementary School in Kannapolis.