These women are making Charlotteans with disabilities a priority

Monique Stamps and Judith Brown are using their personal experiences to advocate for Charlotteans with disabilities.
By Bryant Carter | December 20, 2019

Hemp Neighborhood Store brings CBD to Charlotte’s West Side

Three co-founders launch Hemp Neighborhood Store with hopes of removing stigmas around CBD in Black communities.
By Emiene Wright | December 17, 2019

Meet the Charlotte groomer dubbed “The Dog Whisperer”

Amber Moore fulfilled her dream of opening a dog-grooming business, and Charlotte pet parents are loving it.
By Katrina Louis | December 16, 2019

Jack and Jill chapter opens reading room at Charlotte school

The organization of African American moms donated more than 600 books to Brisbane Academy.
By Nakisha Washington | December 9, 2019

Q&A with J.C. Watts Jr., co-founder of Black News Channel

The former congressman and star athlete discusses the network's delayed launch and the intersection of sports and social consciousness.
By Kallan Louis | December 2, 2019

Hester Ford of Charlotte now listed as oldest American

Hester McCardell Ford claimed that title on Nov. 23, following the death of Alelia Murphy, a retired seamstress who died in New York City at age 114.
By Qcitymetro Staff | December 1, 2019

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