Developers of the $683.3 million construction project in uptown Charlotte have said at least 35 percent of total contracts will go to minority or women-owned small business.
Brooklyn Village developer says project will expand economic opportunity
Speaker at MLK Breakfast says King’s lessons still relevant, especially in era of Trump
Charlotte-based entrepreneur and author Pamela R. Lue-Hing said the slain civil rights leader would be dismayed by event currently happening in the White House.
12 Ways to Honor MLK’s Legacy
There are several events happening around the Qcity to celebrate and honor King’s legacy.
Homicide suspect shot dead after he ‘ambushed’ officers at CMPD headquarters
The suspect was wanted in the killing of a 23-year-old woman who was shot hours earlier in west Charlotte.
BLKTECH Interactive gets new home at Camp North End
Sherrell Dorsey, the organization’s founder, said the new space will allow BLCKTECH Interactive to host more workshops and training opportunities.
Police suspect alcohol in fatal wreck
Police say alcohol was a factor in a fatal wreck that happened early Tuesday in the Durid Hills neighborhood of […]
Mother and 4-year-old struck by gunfire New Year’s Day
A woman and her 4-year-old child where injured New Year’s Day when they were struck by a bullet while walking […]
Wow! What a week (Dec. 24-29)
Ron Rivera finds odd way to motivate his team. What’s not to love about a Bojangles’ biscuit? A “Real Housewife” charged with attacking police officer.
CMPD officer wounds suspect who rammed cop cars
A 30-year-old man was recovering early Thursday after he was shot by a CMPD officer during a encounter in southeast […]
Why Colette Forrest is stepping down as chair of Black Political Caucus
The longtime community activist acknowledges a growing frustration as she worked to strengthen the BPC to make it more relevant in local politics.