Double Dutch sisters use sport to fight obesity and bullying
Angelicka Crawford and Dominique Artis are the leaders behind Jumping Dreams Double Dutch troupe.
By Loán Lake | March 27, 2020
“It got real on Monday”: Parents adjust to extended school closures
Parents share their experiences of juggling a career and kids at home due to coronavirus.
By Nakisha Washington | March 24, 2020
Richard McElrath, former school board member, dies at age 77
McElrath, representing District 2, was elected to one term, from 2010-2014. His death was announced by Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.
By Qcitymetro Staff | March 24, 2020
For Black Marriage Day, Charlotte couples share lessons in love and marriage
Each March, the national initiative puts a spotlight on marriage in the Black community.
By Katrina Louis | March 22, 2020
Photographer Jonathan Cooper is taking culinary art to a new level
Cooper is using his lens to show us how to view food differently.
By William Dawson | March 16, 2020
Blake is re-elected to Family Court bench
Her campaign for a second term was marked by allegations of incompetence and racism.
By Glenn Burkins | March 4, 2020
My Brother’s Keeper Charlotte Mecklenburg hires first executive director
Don Thomas has a plan, and he's getting buy-in to change the trajectory for some of Charlotte's Black and brown young men.
By Kallan Louis | March 4, 2020
Celebrity makeup artist Jami Svay talks business and beauty
The Charlotte-based beauty entrepreneur opens up about her new franchise, advice on landing major deals and spring beauty trends.
By Nakisha Washington | March 3, 2020
Who got next? “Young Gunz” dinner highlights Charlotte’s up-and-coming chefs
Guests got a peek at the new wave of talent during Soul Food Sessions' “Young Gunz: The Roots” dinner.
By Erique Berry | February 26, 2020