Too much togetherness, perhaps?

In Charlotte-Mecklenburg, police calls related to domestic disturbances rose 18 percent last month as more folks stayed home to avoid the coronavirus.
By Glenn Burkins | April 2, 2020

Coronavirus updates, April 1: What you need to know in Mecklenburg County

The rent is due but where are the stimulus checks? Money to go out in next 3 weeks, feds say. Are you eligible?
By Qcitymetro staff | April 1, 2020

Charlotte DJs bring musical relief through virtual parties

"Hey DJ, keep playing that song."
By Loán Lake | March 31, 2020

Coronavirus updates: What you need to know in Mecklenburg County

COVID-19 cases top more than 400 in Mecklenburg, 1,500 across state. NC governor orders utilities not to shut down electric, gas, water
By QCity Metro Staff | March 31, 2020

Opinion | Why is no one talking about the spread of Covid-19 in Mecklenburg’s Black communities?

With each release of new data, we see a disturbing trend that county officials have yet to acknowledge.
By Glenn Burkins | March 30, 2020

Who’s going to save the food trucks?

Charlotte’s food trucks are feeling the sting of canceled events and emptied office parks as government orders urge residents to stay indoors.
By Erique Berry | March 29, 2020

First COVID-19 death confirmed in Mecklenburg County

Public Health Director Gibbie Harris said this first death emphasizes the importance to stay at home and away from others.
By QCity Metro Staff | March 29, 2020

Gov. Cooper issues NC stay-at-home order

The executive order goes into effect on Monday at 5 p.m. until April 29. Mecklenburg County's stay-at-home order remains.
By Katrina Louis | March 27, 2020

“It got real on Monday”: Parents adjust to extended school closures

Parents share their experiences of juggling a career and kids at home due to coronavirus.
By Nakisha Washington | March 24, 2020

As shutdown looms, Charlotte haircare workers brace for uncertainty

An executive order by Gov. Roy Cooper requiring the statewide shutdown of all hair salons and barbershops will affect thousands of Black business owners and entrepreneurs.
By Patsy V. Pressley | March 24, 2020