Opinion | How does the pro-life stance square with the realities facing Black women?
I know from experience that pregnancy is a miraculous, beautiful experience but also a potentially life-ending one.
By Crystal Marie | November 2, 2020
Opinion | Why I’m working to pass the bonds, again
Charlotte voters will decide whether to approve nearly $200 million in bonds for affordable housing, neighborhood improvements and transportation projects.
By Sam Smith, Vote Yes for Bonds committee | November 1, 2020
Opinion | My African history could shape your American future
This election is not about Joe or Kamala. It’s about the empathetic, inclusive and more effective ways they will govern.
By Bo Machayo | October 30, 2020
K-5 returns to CMS schools Monday. Here’s what parents are saying.
Students return as eight students and 16 staff members have tested positive for Covid-19, CMS data shows.
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 30, 2020
Opinion | HBCUs have much to celebrate, but there’s still work to do
The FUTURE Act, the first HBCU graduate on a major presidential ticket and a rich history of excellence are accomplishments worth noting.
By Rep. Alma S. Adams | October 27, 2020
Opinion | As a Black educator, the pandemic has affirmed my vision for America’s most vulnerable students
The pandemic has emboldened my support for charter schools and the belief that we need more of them.
By Cheryl Turner | October 22, 2020
Opinion | Digital divide has become a chasm due to Covid
Equitable access to technology and skills directly impacts equitable access to jobs and, in particular, jobs that can sustain a family.
By Dana McDonald, Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont | October 8, 2020
Parents, educators react to CMS metrics committee’s readiness dashboard
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools' metrics committee presented guidelines to determine when students can transition back into classrooms.
By Jonathan Limehouse | September 11, 2020
Opinion | Charlotte voters need to hear about the bonds on the ballot
Without more information, there is no guarantee that voters will support the nearly $200 million in capital spending on this year's ballot.
By Jennifer Roberts | September 11, 2020