With gentrification pressing in, Black neighborhoods demand more say in future development

A key issue will soon be decided as city government prepares to adopt its 2040 Comprehensive Plan.
By Sarafina Wright | May 12, 2021

Weekend News Quiz – May 7

It's been a busy week in Charlotte - did you keep up?
By Bethany Lane | May 7, 2021

‘I don’t even know who I am’: former West Charlotte High student testifies about sexual assault by band director

Now in his early 20s, the former student is suing the former band director and Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools for unspecified damages.
By Sarafina Wright | May 7, 2021

She walked into his plant shop. Months later, they walked down the aisle

Newlyweds Victoria and Barry held a small wedding in Fayetteville. They share how their love of plants, and each other, grew amid a pandemic.
By Katrina Louis | May 6, 2021

Johnson C. Smith University awarded $1 million grant from Wells Fargo

The grant is part of Wells Fargo’s $3.2 million pledge to address economic mobility and racial equity. JCSU is one of nine recipients.
By QCity Metro | May 6, 2021

Celebrity Chef mixes ethnic flavors with classics in East Charlotte

A twist on mac & cheese, wings and more at The Nappy Chef, just minutes away from Sheffield Park.
By Bethany Lane | May 6, 2021

Did CMS ignore warning signs about a former band director who sexually assaulted a West Charlotte High School student?

That question goes to the heart of a federal lawsuit playing out in a courtroom in Charlotte.
By Sarafina Wright | May 6, 2021


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