Black Power Moves 2020, Part I: Charlotte Black business leaders share challenges and opportunities
BBOC and the local Black chamber of commerce leaders reflect on the year during Black Business Month.
By Kallan Louis | July 31, 2020
JCSU goes remote for fall semester
School officials reversed their decision to reopen campus for the fall semester due to coronavirus concerns.
By QCity Metro Staff | July 30, 2020
Mecklenburg County bans alcohol sales after 11 p.m. in Charlotte, surrounding towns
Restrictions begin Thursday night in unincorporated parts of the county, Charlotte, Davidson, Matthews, Mint Hill and Pineville.
By QCity Metro Staff | July 22, 2020
NC distributes nearly a million masks to protect farm workers, ensure food supply
Cooper lauds retailers for mask mandates, slams people who refuse to wear face coverings: 'It infringes on the life and liberty of everyone else in the store.'
By QCity Metro Staff | July 21, 2020
Housing advocates, legal experts expect wave of evictions following expiration of state moratorium
Despite a federal moratorium which remains in place, legal professionals, housing experts and advocates say a wave of evictions in North Carolina is imminent.
By Anton L. Delgado, NC News Intern Corps | July 20, 2020
Livingstone College offers incentives to local students to avoid college deferral
Salisbury's HBCU is offering an additional incentive grant for potential students who live within 50 miles of its campus.
By QCity Metro Staff | July 20, 2020
CMS reopening with two weeks in classrooms, then fully online
"Plan B-Plus Remote" looks significantly different from the plans introduced during the school board’s July 1 meeting.
By Katrina Louis | July 16, 2020
As remote learning continues for CMS students, Read Charlotte launches free, online reading tool for grades K-4
With in-school learning halted because of the coronavirus, in-home support has never been more vital for young readers.
By GlennOaks Media | July 16, 2020
JCSU gifted $250K from Carolina Panthers owner
The donation establishes the David and Nicole Tepper Scholarship at Charlotte’s historically Black university.
By QCity Metro Staff | July 15, 2020
County mulls shutting down late-night alcohol sales in bid to tame Covid-19 spread
CDC director stays on message: Protect the vulnerable, keep bars closed, safely reopen schools.
By QCity Metro Staff | July 13, 2020