15-year-old boy is Charlotte’s latest homicide victim; woman killed at Trade & Tryon by hit-and-run driver

Homicide detectives are investigating a shooting on Saturday that left a 15-year-old boy dead and another juvenile wounded. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg […]
By Jonathan Limehouse | April 12, 2021

Weekend News Quiz – April 9

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By Bethany Lane | April 9, 2021

CPCC and JCSU announce new transfer program for students pursing four-year degrees

Under "JCSU Connect" students at the community college will be offered a seamless pathway to a JCSU degree.
By Sarafina Wright | April 9, 2021

Former NFL player suspected of killing 5 people in Rock Hill took his own life, authorities say

Authorities identified the suspected shooter as Phillip Adams, a Rock Hill native who played five seasons in the National Football League.
By Jonathan Limehouse | April 8, 2021

Charlotte nonprofit will screen documentary at drive-in, raise money for student internships

GardHouse wants to match students of color with minority-owned businesses that need interns.
By Jonathan Limehouse | April 7, 2021

Police on Monday investigate 2 deaths in Charlotte

In west Charlotte, police found a transgender woman dead inside a motel. In east Charlotte, homicide detectives are investigating a woman's "sudden and unexpected" death.
By Jonathan Limehouse | April 6, 2021

North End Farmers Market to launch at Camp North End on April 28

A new outdoor marketplace is coming to the North End community later this month. Camp North End will debut its […]
By Katrina Louis | April 6, 2021

JCSU virtual-reality project to showcase Black neighborhoods torn apart by urban renewal

Using grants totaling $307,000, researchers at the school will use computer technology to reconstruct the former Brooklyn and Greenville neighborhoods.
By Jonathan Limehouse | April 5, 2021

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By Bethany Lane | April 2, 2021

Collaborative seeks input for Minority-Owned Businesses Ecosystem project

New study focuses on challenges and opportunities for minority-owned small businesses in Charlotte-Mecklenburg.
By Katrina Louis | April 2, 2021