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The operation's codename was Project Sunset, and John Allen was Mecklenburg County's agent on the case.
Owner of a chain of Kempo karate schools. : Carmichael, a ninth-degree black belt in Shorinji Kempo Karate, was inducted into the United States Martial Arts Hall of Fame in 2005 In a 1997 front page of The Charlotte Observer, there's a picture of Henry Louis Wallace, Charlotte's most notorious serial killer, being escorted to prison.
The final schedule day of hepatitis A vaccination clinics was under way Monday in Charlotte, with the list of those possibly exposes to the disease including students, staff and parents at three Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools.
C.W. Williams Community Health Center, a federally funded clinic that has provided medical care for low-income patients in Mecklenburg County for more than 30 years, has laid off some of its staff and reduced hours in recent weeks as it navigates financial problems while under federal supervision.
RALEIGH, N.C. : Janury 14th, 2014 - Santa was not the only one who made a naughty list over the holidays.
More than 1,200 people rushed to get vaccinations for Hepatitis A Friday and Saturday after the manager of a Papa John's restaurant was diagnosed with the disease.
A new survey shows just how much clout the county is poised to lose. Now it's achieved a celebrity status of its own.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department on April 4 announced a reward for information about the dumping of polychlorinated biphenyl materials, banned synthetic compounds linked to endocrine cancers, that ended up in Mallard Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant earlier this year.
Time Out Youth Center will host its annual Alternative Prom for LGBT youth and allies, ages 13-20, on April 12, 7:30 p.m., at Grand Central, 1000 Central Ave. This year the focus is on merging the worlds of prom and comic-conto, with "Promic Con" serving as the theme.
Carolinas HealthCare System has received conditional approval for a $2.3 million project that would expand capacity at two Charlotte-area hospitals, including CMC-Mercy.
North Carolina's May 6 Democratic primaries will decide the fate of an openly gay candidate vying to represent a portion of the Queen City and Mecklenburg County in Raleigh.
A local Papa John's location is to blame for a local health issue, according to the Mecklenburg County Health Department.
Charlotte City Council is considering a list of projects that could cost nearly $250 million in taxpayer dollars and some of the items are raising eyebrows among city leaders.