This $30,000 Historic West End mural project is up for grabs
The City of Charlotte is seeking a local artist to honor Historic West End with a mural as part of the city's placemaking program.
By Katrina Louis | December 22, 2020
Gold Line extension set to open in early 2021
The Phase 2 project will add 2.5 miles (and 11 stops) to the 1.5-mile route that opened in 2015.
By Glenn Burkins | December 7, 2020
Behind the mixed-use project coming to Booker Avenue in west Charlotte
CGE Venture Group is planning for retail and office space, a restaurant and a rooftop terrace overlooking uptown Charlotte.
By Janey Tate | September 27, 2020
Spencer Cochran, a leader in CMPD’s Metro Division, is heading to Richmond
The 32-year veteran will work with Richmond's new police chief on issues relating to community engagement.
By Glenn Burkins | August 30, 2020
Change Agents: In the shadow of JCSU, Dianna Ward is creating a new retail environment
The Charlotte business owner, with two co-investors, will soon welcome three new tenants to the Five Points property they bought.
By Glenn Burkins | August 16, 2020
School shutdown sends parents scrambling — in different ways
In Ballantyne, moms hire tutors and ponder private school; In west Charlotte, parents worry about internet access and supervision.
By Cristina Bolling, The Charlotte Ledger | July 26, 2020
City officials explore ways to curb violence and crime on Beatties Ford Road
Malcolm Graham, who represents District 2 on Charlotte City Council, challenged city officials to get serious about crime on the corridor. His district includes Beatties Ford Road and Historic West End.
By Glenn Burkins | July 12, 2020
A father’s pain: Two men speak out after losing their only sons in Beatties Ford Road shooting
Both men are asking witnesses to come forward and tell the police what they saw.
By Glenn Burkins | July 8, 2020
‘Beauty for ashes’: Artists seek to honor 4 who died in Beatties Ford Road shooting
Community advocates say the violence that left four dead will not deter efforts to improve the lives of residents and business owners along the corridor
By Glenn Burkins | June 28, 2020