Brandon Bellamy becomes only Black majority owner in professional baseball

Bellamy's Maryland-based real estate and development firm will manage Gastonia's new ballpark and partner on economic development projects in the FUSE District.
By Katrina Louis | July 30, 2020

CIAA officials share next steps after fall season suspended

Conference leaders share preliminary operational and financial details as CIAA pushes back fall sports because of coronavirus trends.
By Katrina Louis | July 11, 2020

The Kid Knows Sports: Reaction to Cam Newton signing with the Patriots

Our Kid Contributor shares his thoughts on Cam Newton's move to New England and his contract deal.
By Bryson Best | July 3, 2020

The Kid Knows Sports: 3 lessons Michael Jordan taught me

Our Kid Contributor watched the debut episodes of "The Last Dance" docuseries, and he's sharing lessons learned.
By Bryson Best | April 22, 2020

Double Dutch sisters use sport to fight obesity and bullying

Angelicka Crawford and Dominique Artis are the leaders behind Jumping Dreams Double Dutch troupe.
By Loán Lake | March 27, 2020

Curly Neal, JCSU alum and Harlem Globetrotter, dead at 77

Neal was inducted in the CIAA Hall of Fame in 1986 and the N.C. Sports Hall of Fame in 2008.
By Katrina Louis | March 26, 2020

Teddy vs. Cam: Did the Panthers release one superhero to gain another?

The Panthers’ new QB may not be Superman, but he might be the hero we didn't know we needed.
By Kallan Louis | March 25, 2020

5 Kobe Bryant “what ifs”

As a basketball fan, I thought about what Kobe Bryant accomplished, but I also pondered the outcomes if several decisions were made differently.
By Kallan Louis | January 27, 2020

What’s Happening, CLT: Oct. 25-27 weekend guide

What’s Happening, Charlotte? Weather: It’ll be mostly cloudy all weekend with a good chance of rain, particularly on Sunday. Fall-like […]
By QCity Metro Staff | October 25, 2019

Charlotte Amateur Tennis Championship honors Charleston shooting victim

The Charlotte Amateur Tennis Championship will be held Aug. 16-18 and benefits the Cynthia Graham Hurd Foundation for Literacy and Civic Engagement.
By Katrina Louis | July 30, 2019