Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte hosted its HomeJoy celebration to commemorate serving 2,000 families with affordable housing.
20 families recognized as Habitat Charlotte celebrates milestone
‘One Job Should Be Enough’
As Charlotte seeks to remedy its affordable housing shortage, it has largely ignored the issue of poverty wages.
Black News Channel launches Nov. 15
Black News Channel will be the nation’s only 24-hour news network aimed at Black viewers.
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.
Millennials feel the squeeze as Black homeownership rates decline
“State of Housing in Black America” report reveals barriers to Black homeownership and how millennials are getting hit the hardest.
Knight Foundation gives $700,000 for projects focused on Historic West End
The new funding of nine projects brings the foundation’s total investment in West Charlotte to over $5 million since 2015.
Here’s how street closures affect JCSU’s Homecoming
Construction for the Gold Line streetcar will affect getting to JCSU’s campus.
Meck County contracting program set for review
The county is examining how it awards contracts and whether underserved groups are getting a fair share.
Victims call police to report robbers stole their weed
What’s a person to do when armed robbers burst in and steal your weed? You call CMPD, of course. On […]
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 […]