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3 hrs ago | WCNC-TV Charlotte
Bonnie Mayerson knows she is a lucky person. She lives off Pineville-Matthews Road, one of the busiest thoroughfares in Charlotte, and is likely to get additional sidewalks near her neighborhood.
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7 hrs ago | The Charlotte Observer
Liz Eagle pours a beer in the taproom at NoDa Brewing Company, 2229 N. Davidson Street in Charlotte, on Monday.
11 hrs ago | The Charlotte Observer
Charlotte's temporary boot on the neck of the Hidden Valley Kings appears to be working, but there is no guarantee it will be kept in place past August.
15 hrs ago | The Charlotte Observer
One person was killed and another hurt in a wreck early Tuesday in the 13900 blk of Brown Grier Road in Charlotte.
Homeowners are in repair mode after lightning strikes damaged their homes during Monday morning's downpour.
Police charged a suspected gang member with drug trafficking after police responded to a large disturbance in east Charlotte on Sunday.
Drenching thunderstorms pummeled the Charlotte area for the second time in less than a week Monday, dumping up to 6 inches of rain in spots and causing another round of flash flooding.
These Adolescent ducks have had a long Spring developing in SouthPark . Ducks have lost a sibling & a parent crossing the roads @ a snails pace& automobiles not expecting the birds in their Lane.
According to AAA Carolinas, the state DOT estimates that it would cost $11 billion in repairs to bring all subpar bridges up to standards, and $16 billion to replace them.
AAA Carolinas has listed the Interstate 485 bridge that crosses Interstate 85 in Mecklenburg County and the Interstate 277 bridge over Clarkson Street among the most substandard bridges in North Carolina.
Police are investigating an early Monday morning shooting in north Charlotte. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police said one person was shot in the Hidden Valley neighborhood around 4 a.m. on Prospect Drive.
But landscaping, tearing out underbrush, trimming branches and building bridges over gullies comes easier with more manpower.
Summer break has come to an end for about 2,800 K-8 students in four Charlotte year-round schools.
If everything had gone according to plan, Eileen Schofield wouldn't have been lost after she landed at the airport in Baltimore recently.
Sugar Creek Charter School teachers Tawana Wiggins, center, and Shanika Henderson, right, work together during a staff training session on Thursday.
"I have a lot of faith in this area, a lot of excitement in this area," said Barry Tomlinson, a 20-year Belmont resident and board member with the squad.
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Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 06:03 pm
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