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When a chef takes over at an established restaurant, and the concept remains essentially the same, it's worth checking in to see how it's going.
Uncle Maddio's Pizza Joint will offer free samples of its new breakfast menu at its Charlotte restaurant on Thursday and Friday.
Hollywood transformed a Charlotte neighborhood into one that looks distinctly foreign this week.
Cabarrus County deputies said a Charlotte man is the suspect in a violent beating that came hours after he learned that his brother had died of a possible drug overdose.
In many cases, the new values are lower and will result in a refund for homeowners.
A group of protesters pickets Wednesday outside a Roses department store at The Plaza and Eastway Drive in northeast Charlotte.
Paragon Bank market president Phil Jurney tours renovations under way at his bank's new SouthPark offices, which will open soon off Morrison Boulevard.
Students Stephnie Quinteros, 15, Elyse Manhollan, 15, Maria Patino, 15, and Estefany Carcamo, 15, at work Monday Dec. 9, 2013, during their first-block math class online in a classroom designed as a digital lounge at the "iMeck Academy" magnet at Cochrane Collegiate Academy.
Compared to other ideas it has proposed to help AM radio, the FCC considers all-digital AM HD Radio technology to be a "more complex reform" proposal that would require "additional comment, research and analysis."
A man already serving time in jail is facing new charges Tuesday in a deadly shooting in southwest Charlotte.
Inbound uptown commuters were confounded on at least a couple of fronts due to slick rainy driving conditions and the filming of a movie pilot, "The Novice", that blocked off the intersection of Stonewall and Tryon Streets.
Charlotte Firefighters say they had to rescue a woman who was found trapped under a vehicle in the parking lot of a north Charlotte store.
The live broadcast will take place from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at the food agency warehouse, 648 Griffith Road in Charlotte, NC 28217.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police are still seeking the public’s help in finding Arthur L. Givens, who is wanted for the murder of Donald Everett Gist, the brother-in-law of Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin.