As Covid-19 cases decline, 3 millennials hope for better days

While hopeful that conditions will continue to improve, neither is willing to take unnecessary risks.
By Jonathan Limehouse | March 9, 2021

Low Covid-19 vaccination rates reported for N.C.’s Hispanic residents

Only 2.5% of all vaccines administered in the state have been delivered to recipients who identify as Hispanic, state data show.
By Christian Green, Carolina Public Press | March 8, 2021

Pop-up skating rink coming to University City

Screamin' Wheels and Blades will host "Pop Up and Roll" on April 10 and April 24 outside of Armored Cow Brewery in University City.
By Katrina Louis | March 8, 2021

‘I miss him so much’: Friends and family honor the life of Joel Odom

At age 22, Odom became the youngest candidate seeking to be elected mayor of Charlotte.
By Jonathan Limehouse | March 6, 2021

Weekend News Quiz – March 5

There were lots of local Covid-19 updates this week, and some business news. Did you keep up?
By Bethany Lane | March 5, 2021

Community advocates host benefit concert to support houseless residents

For the People Party initially formed to support residents vacated from the housing encampment in uptown Charlotte.
By Katrina Louis | March 4, 2021

Update: No Grease will remain at SouthPark Mall

Damian and Jermaine Johnson reach agreement to stay in SouthPark location for the remainder of their temporary lease.
By Katrina Louis | March 3, 2021

Black businesses awarded less than 1 percent of NC’s $9.9B in state agency contracts, study finds

Latest disparity study analyzed contracts awarded to minority- and women-owned businesses in North Carolina over a five-year period.
By Katrina Louis | March 3, 2021

Covid-19 vaccination date moved up for N.C.’s essential workers

Gov. Roy Cooper also announced that Group 4 members with serious health conditions can get vaccinated starting March 24.
By Jonathan Limehouse | March 2, 2021

Mecklenburg will get shipment of new Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine

Health officials said the new vaccine means more people will get vaccinated faster.
By Glenn Burkins | March 2, 2021