While calling Charlotte a “great host,” a CIAA official said the time has come to consider new locations for the annual event, which has been a Charlotte mainstay since 2006.
Is Charlotte on the verge of losing the CIAA tournament?
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In fighting to oppose the RNC in Charlotte, LaWana Mayfield showed why voters put her in office
What About Us? A Letter from America’s Children
As concerned Americans line up to protest President Trump’s ill treatment of immigrant families, a writer asks, where is that same compassion for our U.S.-born children who suffer abuse, neglect and poverty?
Charlotte hosts the GOP convention? Not so fast, says Braxton Winston
The first-term city council member says he wants to hear more from the city’s residents before making up his mind.
Journalists are there – heading toward the crazy.
The people who cover news are in a fight for your lives, and theirs.
Patrick Graham, found not guilty of domestic assault, resigns from Charlotte Works
The 47-year-old community leader had been accused of assaulting a female acquaintance during a dispute in March.
Auntie Maxine might have been wrong, but it felt so good
Why are Democrats still playing nice? America has proven that it worships a thug masculinity that bullies citizens and leads by division.
Police make arrest in killing of victim found by jogger
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police today arrested a man suspected in the June 21 killing of Jose Mario Chicas, whose body was found […]
Message in the music: How the city of Charlotte is hoping a rap song can teach residents about waste management
The song, “Go Green Go Clean,” encourages Charlotte-Mecklenburg residents to think twice about the amount of waste they generate.
Four AME Zion churches hold prayer vigil after van crash left 1 dead, 11 injured
The 15-passenger van, owned by Cathey Memorial AME Zion Church, was headed home to Charlotte from an AME Zion conference on June 17 when it blew out a tire on Interstate 40.
Groups call on Apple and Amazon to help kill voter-ID amendment
Progressive organizations, including the NAACP and Color of Change, say the tech giants should pressure leaders in the House and Senate to reconsider a plan to amend the North Carolina Constitution to require voter ID.