Leading on Opportunity executive director to exit in January

Stephanie Cooper-Lewter announces plans to leave Leading on Opportunity for Financial Security CLT.
By Katrina Louis | November 26, 2019

3 ways for local wine lovers to get their fix

Meet the guru, visit the venue, join the meetup
By Sabrina Clark | November 19, 2019

Want to host an event? Good Life at Enderly Park should be on your radar

The owners say the 10,800-square-foot facility is filling a void of minority-owned event venues in Charlotte.
By Katrina Louis | November 12, 2019

20 families recognized as Habitat Charlotte celebrates milestone

Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte hosted its HomeJoy celebration to commemorate serving 2,000 families with affordable housing.
By Katrina Louis | November 11, 2019

Floyd D. Young Jr., a black business pioneer in Charlotte, dies at 81

Floyd D. Young Jr., founder of the Charlotte-based food-service company FDY Inc., died Oct. 27, the company announced last week. […]
By Qcitymetro Staff | November 6, 2019

Lauren Travis, The Barre Code franchise owner, talks about the ballet barre-inspired workout

Lauren Travis pursued entrepreneurship after encouraging words from her mother and nearly two years as an instructor for The Barre Code in Miami.
By Sabrina Clark | October 23, 2019

Meet Shelly Betz, a Qcity Newcomer

Shelly Betz became an empty nester and decided it was the perfect time to make a new start in the Queen City.
By Qcitymetro Staff | October 21, 2019

Former TV anchor Delano Little and team to open The Public House uptown

Delano Little spent nearly 30 years on TV. His latest venture dips into Charlotte’s food and music scene with an upscale restaurant and jazz club.
By Katrina Louis | October 15, 2019

Women’s Business Center of Charlotte leader breaks down the numbers for women-owned businesses

Natalie Williams shares the data on women-owned businesses and what it means for Charlotte's Black women entrepreneurs.
By Christine Edwards | October 8, 2019

City announces Kerr Putney’s retirement plan, and it’s complicated

Charlotte City Manager Marcus Jones said a permanent replacement will be named after the Republican National Convention.
By Glenn Burkins | October 7, 2019