Lyft and Charlotte nonprofits partner to give rides to job training and interviews

As part of Lyft's $50 million City Works initiative, the company announced its Jobs Access Program to close transportation gaps for low-income residents.
By Katrina Louis | October 28, 2019

Meck County contracting program set for review

The county is examining how it awards contracts and whether underserved groups are getting a fair share.
By Glenn Burkins | October 21, 2019

Former TV anchor Delano Little and team to open The Public House uptown

Delano Little spent nearly 30 years on TV. His latest venture dips into Charlotte’s food and music scene with an upscale restaurant and jazz club.
By Katrina Louis | October 15, 2019

Charlotte Black Restaurant Week set for Oct. 21-27

Organizers are driving attention and business toward Black-owned restaurants to help keep doors open.
By William Dawson | October 12, 2019

Women’s Business Center of Charlotte leader breaks down the numbers for women-owned businesses

Natalie Williams shares the data on women-owned businesses and what it means for Charlotte's Black women entrepreneurs.
By Christine Edwards | October 8, 2019

Mecklenburg County launches small business loan program

The $2.75 million fund is intended to help small businesses that often cite access to capital as a barrier and aims to address racial disparities.
By Katrina Louis | October 7, 2019

Hue House is bringing creatives of color to the forefront

The new creative agency is building bridges between creatives of color and Charlotte's cultural and government institutions.
By Boris "Bluz" Rogers | October 3, 2019

Artist Whitney Austin shares how tragedy inspired her to bet on herself

The millennial gallery owner is following her passion and people are taking notice.
By Nakisha Washington | October 2, 2019

Local barbershop makes history with Walmart partnership

Lucky Spot Barbershop celebrated its grand opening as the first Black-owned barbershop located within Walmart stores.
By Katrina Louis | September 26, 2019

Have doors closed for good on Sports One bar in uptown Charlotte?

The Charlotte Business Journal reports that the bar owes nearly $237,000 in unpaid taxes, and its owner, Peter Thomas, has been hit with a lawsuit.
By Qcitymetro Staff | September 25, 2019