Affordable housing, education, criminal justice: How would you spend Mecklenburg County’s budget?

The FY2022 Resident Budget Priority Survey allows Mecklenburg residents to help county leaders decide where to allocate funds.
By Katrina Louis | November 16, 2020

Interactive CLT dives deeper into museums’ art and culture

New initiative uses augmented reality to showcase artwork and artifacts featured within four of Charlotte's cultural institutions.
By Katrina Louis | November 12, 2020

HotBox Next Level Kitchen to plant roots in Historic West End

The Concord eatery is part of the growing number of businesses backed by Historic West End Partners.
By Katrina Louis | November 10, 2020

Black Lives Matter mural plaza may close next week

Charlotte City Council will vote on Monday whether to approve city staff’s recommendation to re-open Tryon Street between 3rd and 4th streets.
By Katrina Louis | November 6, 2020

What happens once polls close on Election Day?

State board of elections official says, primary objective for results process "will be accuracy more than speed.”
By Katrina Louis | November 2, 2020

‘Charlotte Listens’: A storytelling pop-up adapted for the pandemic

The interactive 'storytelling payphone' project kicks off today at Charlotte Art League.
By Katrina Louis | October 27, 2020

The ‘dignity of home’: Brookhill residents, advocates share culture often overlooked about the historic community

Brookhill Village residents reflect on their community roots and express the impact of potential displacement as redevelopment decision looms.
By Katrina Louis | October 23, 2020

Community gathers to remember Mothers of Murdered Offspring co-founder

Judy Howard Williams, MOM-O co-founder, died last Saturday after battling lung cancer. She was 69.
By Katrina Louis | October 16, 2020

Mecklenburg County voters turn out by the thousands for the first day of early voting

Wait times varied at the 33 locations, but more than 30,000 residents cast ballots at the start of North Carolina's early voting period, which runs through Oct. 31.
By Katrina Louis | October 16, 2020

Vance High School could bear name of civil rights attorney Julius Chambers

Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board will vote Tuesday on a new name for Zebulon B. Vance High School in University City as part of district-wide review.
By Katrina Louis | October 11, 2020