If passed by the school board, the changes will take effect in 2018-19. Public hearings are scheduled.
75 CMS schools will see change in Ann Clark’s boundary plan, and there are surprises
Radio hosts Matt and Ramona sign for another 4 years on Charlotte airwaves
“The Matt & Ramona Show” also was recently named — for the fourth time — “Best Radio Show” by the voters in Charlotte Magazine’s BOB Awards.
How a simple hashtag derailed a music event at BluNotes of Charlotte
It was billed as a “listening event” with R&B singer Case, but somehow a misleading hashtag turned everything upside down.
Charlotte black journalists pay tribute to veteran reporter Steve Crump
Crump, a native of Louisville, Ky., has been described as the institutional memory of WBTV, having worked there more than 30 years.
Kimberly Robinson, owner of Sole Addiction Mobile Shoetique, wins business award
The Charlotte-based mobile shoe store was among 102 businesses selected as winners in the 2017 American Small Business Championship.
Former NFL player Aaron Hernandez found dead in prison cell
The former New England Patriots star was found hanging in his cell shortly after 2 a.m, according to Massachusetts prison officials. Authorities suspect suicide.
Fresno killings ‘solely based on race’ (video)
At a press conference Tuesday, Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer that Kori Ali Muhammad, a black man suspected of killing three white people, chose his targets based on race.
150 years after ‘transformative gift,’ Biddles rediscover Johnson C. Smith University
Descendants of Mary Biddle rediscover the HBCU their matriarch helped to establish a century and a half ago.
With HB2 repeal, NCAA tournaments return to North Carolina
Transgender advocates criticized the decision, saying lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people still face discrimination in North Carolina.
Trump administration drops HB2 lawsuit
The Justice Department said it dropped its lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of House Bill 2 because the North Carolina legislature had replaced it with a new law called House Bill 142.