A chance for better weather and a vibrant social scene was enough to lure Haynesworth from Cleveland to Charlotte.
Meet Daisha Haynesworth, a Qcity Newcomer
Are you a Qcity Newcomer?
Sixty people move to Charlotte every day. Introduce yourself as part of our Qcity Newcomers series.
Qcitymetro has a new managing editor, and that’s exciting
As the website’s top editor, Katrina Louis will be responsible for, among other things, deciding what content gets published.
In fighting to oppose the RNC in Charlotte, LaWana Mayfield showed why voters put her in office
As far back as December, Mayfield stood alone among her city council peers as having the prescience to understand just how divisive this issue could become for Charlotte.
Patrick Graham, found not guilty of domestic assault, resigns from Charlotte Works
The 47-year-old community leader had been accused of assaulting a female acquaintance during a dispute in March.
Message in the music: How the city of Charlotte is hoping a rap song can teach residents about waste management
The song, “Go Green Go Clean,” encourages Charlotte-Mecklenburg residents to think twice about the amount of waste they generate.
Marvin R. Ellison, a retail veteran, named president, CEO at Lowe’s
Ellison currently serves as chairman and CEO of J.C. Penney Company, Inc., where he has led an effort to revive the former retail giant.
Local black-owned business shines on ‘Good Morning America’
Along with national exposure, Qcity entrepreneur Kevin Gatlin got a $10,000 check to help fulfill one of his corporate missions.
Amid changes large and small, Levine Museum of the New South names new historian
Willie Griffin, a Charlotte native and scholar in African American history, will join the Levine Museum of the New South on June 4.
Debra Plousha Moore retiring from Atrium Health
Moore will retire as chief of staff on June 30 and move to the San Francisco area — the region she calls home.
Meet the 2018 Delta Debutantes
The Deltas awarded college scholarships to 18 debutantes and presented seven nonprofits organizations with contributions toward their local programming.
Local production explores the sometimes-comedic life of a ‘Single Black Female’
Charlotte theater artist Kenya N. Phifer-Jones will bring the play to Duke Energy Theater for three performances on Friday and Saturday.
Actress Karyn Parsons brings her children’s films to Gantt Center
The actress who played the role of Hillary Banks on “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” is now a mother with two young children, and she wants to spotlight black history for a new generation of African Americans.
Women must be agents for change, says international humanitarian Tererai Trent
It all starts, she said, when women discover what fuels their individual passions for change.
ASAT Awards: honoring unsung black women who toil in the trenches
Self-described ‘broker for change,’ Brandi Williams, launches celebration of unheralded women in the areas of fashion, business, creative arts, and social justice, to name a few.