United Neighborhoods of Charlotte: A coalition of the willing
Community members wanting to unite the city are starting by uniting their neighborhoods.
By Boris "Bluz" Rogers | September 9, 2019
City of Charlotte hosts 100+ residents during Neighborhood Board Retreat
As part of the half-day retreat, nearly 20 neighborhood groups received $1,500 Neighborhood Matching Grants for community projects.
By Olivia Richard | July 14, 2019
What Charlotte can learn from Nipsey Hussle
Sunday’s fatal shooting of rapper Nipsey Hussle in front of his Los Angeles clothing store, in broad daylight, shocked fans and […]
By Kallan Louis | April 2, 2019
CMPD Chief Putney faces angry residents, some supporters, following fatal police shooting
Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney addressed residents at a community meeting at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church on Thursday.
By Kallan Louis | March 29, 2019
Tenants react to vacate notice for Charlotte’s City North Business Center; some point to gentrification
Conversations about gentrification mainly focus on homes, but small businesses also feel the impacts. City North Business Center is Charlotte's latest example.
By Katrina Louis | March 12, 2019
Charlotte is testing a plan that could eliminate food waste from our landfills
A pilot program to compost the food we throw out is being tested in eight historically black communities in northwest Charlotte.
By Glenn Burkins | August 14, 2018
Pedal to Porch brings neighbors together through cycling and storytelling
Charlotte will be the first expansion city to host the successful community-building campaign on Oct. 6.
By Christine Edwards | August 14, 2018
On the menu at On The Table CLT: Ideas, solutions, collaboration
On Oct. 25, thousands will gather for a community-building dialogue on how to make Mecklenburg County a better place to live and work. Host a gathering, find a table or join the conversation on social media using #OnTheTableCLT
By GlennOaks Media | October 18, 2017