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1 hr ago | The Charlotte Observer
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will partner with a local nonprofit to run a new PreK-8th grade school proposed as part of the redevelopment of the former Boulevard Homes community in west Charlotte.
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Bachelor's degree from Northeastern University in chemistry and biology; doctorate of dental surgery from Medical College of Virginia; Master's of Business Administration from UNC Charlotte.
9 hrs ago | WCNC-TV Charlotte
Neighbors near the new Charlotte Premium Outlets mall are bracing for what's expected to be a big increase in traffic.
9 hrs ago | WSOCTV
Employees at a Charlotte tire shop were terrorized, pistol-whipped and then robbed at the end of their work day Monday night.
10 hrs ago | WCNC-TV Charlotte
Swim lessons will be offered in monthly sessions at Ray's Splash Planet. The lessons will take place on Saturday mornings and will continue throughout the year.
12 hrs ago | Business Journal
Charlotte real estate firm Goode Properties expects to start construction this spring on Meridian Place, a multi-use development planned for 20 acres on Monroe Road that will feature a 260-unit apartment project as well as retail and office space.
16 hrs ago | The Charlotte Observer
A Charlotte man has been sentenced to life in prison without parole after being convicted of killing a man in front of his two sons – in revenge for a botched gun deal, prosecutors say.
17 hrs ago | The Charlotte Observer
It's disappointing that officials of some N.C. charter schools are trying to evade full disclosure of who gets paid what at the schools.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. Authorities are investigating an animal cruelty case in northwest Charlotte.
Luis Rodriguez of Action NC says the Solarize Charlotte effort can benefit low-income neighborhoods and create jobs in North Carolina.
Luke Constantinides picks up his order, as lead line cook Crystal Novak hands it to him at The Tin Kitchen food truck, as it serves lunch at Gateway Village on April 22, 2014.
It's been two weeks since Charlotte Mayor Dan Clodfelter stepped down as state senator for District 37. Channel 9 learned that position, which represents parts of uptown Charlotte, South End and Steele Creek, will not be filled for another two weeks.
"We are extremely excited to complete the acquisition of Specialty Shops on the Park in our backyard and to shift now into the mode of enhancing the merchandising of the center," Bob Spratt , president of Hill Partners, said in a statement.
This vehicle was struck by a tree that fell Saturday during heavy rain in Charlotte.
Deacon Steven Phillips, right, of the New Outreach Christian Center embraces a recipient of dinners during Sunday's meal The center expected to serve 300 meals, including those delivered to senior care facilities.
Investigators are trying to figure out what started a fire early Sunday morning at a northeast Charlotte home.
Easter weekend's storms brought several trees in Charlotte down, including one in Meyers Park.