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Indy 500 Winner Will Power Talks Racing, Community

Your Pocket Guide to South End's Public Art

In partnership with Charlotte Center City Partners

The Risks of Private Funding for Charlotte Transit

Charlotte transit officials are examining ways to raise private dollars to help pay for the $6 billion buildout of its 2030 transit plan. Will the transit system end up defeating one of its main purposes?

Considering the Panthers’ Past, Present, and Future

What will ownership under David Tepper mean for the Carolinas?

Here Are Your Charlotte Pride 2018 Must-Dos

Shopping: Stylish Back-to-School Accessories

Charlotte History: An All-Black Air Show at Plaza-Shamrock’s Forgotten Airport

Along the Way: Today's Chuckle

What do a Whole Foods, old newspapers, trees, and grand openings have in common? This column!

Life Lessons: Longtime Charlotte Legislator Becky Carney

She reflects on near-death experiences, her damaged but indomitable heart, and the new health threat she’s battling

Belk Family Planting a New Legacy With Wild Hope Farm

Perspective: Take a Moment to Find Your Path

A Blind UNC Charlotte Student Finds Freedom in Dance

The Optimist: GreenLight Fund's Carrie Cook

She solves the city’s challenges with a smile

Meet the Store Animals of Charlotte

Meet the Couple Behind Dog-Walking Business Skipper

SkillPop Makes Social Learning a Pathway to Community

Book Spotlight: David Joy's The Line That Held Us

Essay: RNC Was City Leaders' Decision, Our Burden

Officials let us down every step of the way for 2020 event

At 17, Activist Sebastian Bowen Discovers the Power of his Voice

Meet Charlotte's Millennial #Influencers

On Instagram, their lives seem easy. We look at the business behind social media

The New Breed: Charlotte's Millennial Politicians

Last year, a crop of young, new leaders won council seats on a mandate for big, fast change. How’s that working out?

Threats of Violence on 3 Local Campuses Bring Varied Responses

And raise questions on preparedness, risk, and response

Charlotte Council’s Composure Cracks

The Charlotte City Council heads into a Monday night vote on whether to accept the 2020 GOP convention fresh off an unseemly public battle on Friday.