Qcity Newcomers

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Meet Nicole Cyrille-Superville, a Qcity Newcomer

A new job opportunity brought this heart doctor to Charlotte. She’s finding lots to like about the Queen City.

Meet Daisha Haynesworth, a Qcity Newcomer

A chance for better weather and a vibrant social scene was enough to lure Haynesworth from Cleveland to Charlotte.

Are you a Qcity Newcomer?

Sixty people move to Charlotte every day. Introduce yourself as part of our Qcity Newcomers series.

Meet Dr. Theodore Nyame, Qcity Newcomer

Theodore Nyame, M.D., moved to Charlotte three months ago with his wife, who’s also a physician. They both found jobs they like, but it was the friendly people who also won them over.

Meet Albert Mensah, Qcity Newcomer

After a divorce, former Seattle resident Albert Mensah wanted to be closer to his children. Charlotte provided just the right opportunity.

Meet Kelly Turner Cole, Qcity Newcomer

After retiring from the New Haven Police Department in 2014, Kelly Turner Cole began traveling to Charlotte to host a fundraising event. The more the saw of the city, the more she loved.

Say hello to Joseph E. Kimbrough, Qcity Newcomer

He came to Charlotte on short visit to teach at a leadership conference, but that was when he met the woman who is now his fiance.

Say hello to Terik Tidwell, Qcity Newcomer

Terik Tidwell moved to Charlotte from Denver, Colo. He spent some time in Ferguson, Mo., as part of the protest movement, which pointed him in a new direction.

Kenneth Holloway: Qcity Newcomer

This former Detroit resident discovered North Carolina while serving in the military. Since then, he has come to Charlotte each year for vacation. Seven months ago, he decided to make it his home.

Nikki Hitchens: Qcity Newcomer

This former Ohio resident moved to Charlotte about three months ago after hearing good things about the city. Now here, she wants to use horseback riding as therapy for children with emotional or behavioral problems.

News & Buzz

The Mecklenburg Sales & Use Tax Referendum Will Transform Our County

Transformational – that’s what the upcoming November 5th Referendum will mean for Mecklenburg County. When people ask me why I’m supporting...

Entertainment

Mint Museum launches new series with live entertainment

The free, weekly series kicks off tonight with live jazz and a panel discussion featuring South Carolina artist Leo Twiggs.

Voices

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Charlotte’s Black filmmakers react to John Singleton’s death

Local filmmakers react to the death of Academy Award-nominated director John Singleton, who died on April 29 following complications from...

Health

Mecklenburg tax collector will seize wages, bank accounts for overdue Medic bills

Editor’s Note: This article is an excerpt taken from today’s Morning Brew newsletter. Sign up to have Morning Brew delivered to your in-box....

Faith

United House of Prayer to host centennial celebration in Charlotte

The Charlotte celebration is expected to draw members and church leaders nationwide, including the church’s current leader, Bishop C. M....

People

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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...

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Advance Screening: Black & Blue
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Community Gathering & Lunch: Pineville
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Butcher Brown: A Tribute to Fela
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