County manager expresses concern as Covid vaccination rates stall in Black and brown communities
As vaccination rates decline, county officials reach out to communities of color where the Covid-19 pandemic has taken a disproportionate toll.
By Sarafina Wright | July 14, 2021
District Attorney: No quick fix for state court system hit with Covid delays
Thousands of cases are awaiting trial at the Mecklenburg County courthouse
By Sarafina Wright | June 9, 2021
State offers $25 gift cards for Covid-19 vaccine recipients and drivers in four counties
Officials announce pilot incentive program for adults to receive vaccine in Guilford, Mecklenburg, Rockingham and Rowan counties.
By Laura Lee, Carolina Public Press | May 25, 2021
New SBA funding for restaurants opens next week
Priority will be given to owners who have been socially or economically disadvantaged.
By Maria Ramirez Uribe, WFAE | April 27, 2021
West Charlotte student uses pandemic hurdles as fuel for college dreams
The National Student Clearinghouse reports that historically Black colleges and universities, or HBCUs, have seen a decline in enrollment since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Gracyn Doctor, WFAE | April 20, 2021
Community vaccination clinic announced for Saturday
Health officials at the event with administer the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
By QCity Metro | April 13, 2021
Under a Covid cloud, Charlotte pastors prepare for Easter with messages of hope
The pandemic will force some churches to forgo in-person worship for a second straight Easter.
By Sarafina Wright | April 2, 2021
Let’s seize this disruptive moment in our schools to be a little more disruptive
If we have learned anything over the course of the past year, it is that work and school are not places.
By Dr. Ross Danis | March 30, 2021
Cooper increases occupancy limits, lifts curfew for on-site alcohol consumption
The governor's executive order will go in effect on Friday at 5 p.m.
By Jonathan Limehouse | March 24, 2021