Community vaccination clinic announced for Saturday

Health officials at the event with administer the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
By QCity Metro | April 13, 2021

Are you a QCity Bride? Share your story.

Here's how to get your engagement photo shoot, wedding or vow renewal featured on QCity Metro.
By QCity Metro | March 21, 2021

City Startup Labs acquires tech training hub, BLKTECHCLT

Through acquisition, City Startup Labs plans to focus on young tech entrepreneurs.
By QCity Metro | March 16, 2021

Hemp is a hot crop, so why are so few Black farmers growing it?

Despite the challenges of growing hemp, the business can be a rewarding one for farmers. One North Carolina program is trying to encourage and support more Black farmers in the industry.
By Jodi Helmer, Carolina Public Press | March 12, 2021

New guidance on life after vaccination

New Centers for Disease Control guidelines offer looser rules for vaccinated North Carolinians.
By Christian Green, Carolina Public Press | March 9, 2021

Inside the Hope Tank, the mobile shower and laundry center aimed at neighbors in need

Emmanuel and Adrienne Threatt launched the mobile hygiene service during the pandemic as the number of homeless residents increased.
By Gracyn Doctor, WFAE | March 4, 2021

Registration open for SBA Emerging Leaders initiative

SBA North Carolina is seeking 18-20 Charlotte-area small-business executives to participate in the free federal training.
By QCity Metro | March 2, 2021

Changes in PPP eligibility give minority business owners who were skipped over a new shot at loans

President Joe Biden announced changes to the second round of PPP applications enacting an exclusive two-week window for businesses with 20 or fewer employees.
By Maria Ramirez Uribe and Gracyn Doctor | March 1, 2021

Charlotte groups host sneak peek for Oprah Winfrey Network’s “Delilah”

Here's how to attend the virtual viewing for the OWN series set in Charlotte.
By QCity Metro | February 24, 2021

NC counties in Covid ‘red zone’ on the decline

Since Feb. 4, the number of NC counties designated as Covid-19 red zones fell to 27 from 64.
By QCity Metro | February 24, 2021