Book published 61 years after Leslie Hooton's stroke at birth
Not long ago, the Republican Party was a political force here, exerting influence on budgets and policies even when they lacked majorities on the City Council and county commission. Those days have gone, and plans for the 2020 Republican convention collapsed. What happened—and what might make the pendulum swing back?
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Governor's executive order goes into effect today at 5 p.m.
Both in-person and virtual events are offered across the region
Day by day, where we’ve been and where we are
Gov. Roy Cooper announced today that the state will not move into Phase 3 of his reopening plan, pausing at “Safer At Home Phase 2 for another three weeks.” Cooper also announced that face coverings will now be required in…
A look inside the diverse community on Charlotte's east side
3 dead and at least 11 injured in incident
Six-year-old Liam Flynn charged headfirst after life. In October 2018, he complained of sharp pains in his stomach and back. Over the next 18 months, he and his family would learn about perseverance and pain, love and acceptance, and saving yourself by serving others
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Amanda Moody, the local artist behind a mural at CLT, finds peace in the process
A glimpse inside Carolinas Medical Center with a three-time Top Doctor
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Including Lake Norman, Lake Wylie, and Lake Lure
Team cites public safety concerns after nearly two weeks of George Floyd protests
Alison Schwartz was a relentless gift-giver, a rising star in her work, the life of any gathering. COVID-19 took her away.
Highly anticipated meeting took place during 11th night of protests in Charlotte
His works appear inside Levine Children's, CaroMont Regional Medical Center, and other places across the region
“We stand by every syllable.”
Photographer Logan Cyrus captures some surprising moments Wednesday evening
3 potential points of conflict if the GOP heads to another city
South End series expects 100 per concert
“Mr. Hayes came up to me, and he showed me a better way.”
Ed.: Read an interview with the 16-year-old, Raymon Curry, here. Early Saturday afternoon, a demonstration that began in uptown moved onto Interstate 277. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police eventually guided protesters off the overpass without serious incident. But before then, near the Fourth…
Photographer Logan Cyrus documents a night of demonstrations in the city for the magazine
This is the second since March, on a day when new cases were the highest yet for the state
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