The congregation will welcome students and alumni from several colleges and universities at its 9:30 a.m. worship service on Sunday, March 29. Wear your college attire!
It’s College Sunday at C.N. Jenkins Memorial Presbyterian Church
President Obama is open for questions
Go to the White House Web site and submit your questions about the economy to the man with the plan.
DSS chief defends hiring decisions
Mecklenburg County Department of Social Services chief Mary Wilson says cronyism played no role in her decision to hire three relatives of high-ranking public officials.
Moore departs Myers Park United Methodist Church
The Charlotte musician and childhood education consultant had been a music director at the church for 11 years. He said he will devote more time to his consulting business.
W. Charlotte High to hold “parent job readiness” workshop
The 45-minute sessions will focus on budgeting, tips for a successful resume and skills needed to gain employment.
Black journalists group offers workshop on media access
For the third year, the Charlotte Area Association of Black Journalists will hold its "Secrets to Accessing the Media" workshop. Meet local journalists who can help you get your story told.
Observer announces more job cuts
The Qcity’s dominant newspaper will reduce staff by 14.6 percent and cut the pay of most remaining employees, the company announced today.
Working to prevent youth violence
Carolinas HealthCare System will hold its fourth annual violence prevention conference Thursday and Friday at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church. Dr. David Jacobs (pictured) helped organize the event.
The Coffee Cup restaurant — It’s baaaack!
Less than two months after closing his University City location, owner Gardine Wilson says he is poised to try again.
Obama strikes back at Cheney criticism
In a wide-ranging interview airing tonight on “60 Minutes,” President Barack Obama called the Bush-Cheney policies toward terrorism “a great advertisement for anti-American sentiment.”
Slumping economy hits Congolese Christian hospital
Two Charlotte-area Presbyterian churches host officials from the Christian Medical Institute of the Kasai, where U.S. donations have dried up because of the sour economy.
GMAC to add hundreds of jobs in Charlotte
At a 1 p.m. news conference in uptow, Gov. Beverly Perdue is expected to announce that GMAC Financial Services is expanding its Charlotte operations.
‘I want to be everything I’m supposed to be’
Kevin A. Henry, the youngest person so far to receive the Urban League of Central Carolina’s Whitney M. Young Award, talks about the importance of giving back and uplifting others.
Pep rally scheduled for JCSU championship teams
Johnson C. Smith University has much to celebrate, including the 2008-09 CIAA champion men’s and women’s basketball teams — the first tournament sweep in the school’s history.
Finding good makeup on a budget
Finding good makeup doesn’t mean always going to a high-priced department store. We went shopping at a qcity drugstore and did just fine.