The projected death toll in North Carolina has just been significantly reduced thanks to our sweeping social distancing and stay at home directives, according to new data from the...
Early this morning at 7:01 am, a 2.4 magnitude earthquake rattled homes about 100 miles west of Charlotte, near Robbinsville, NC. The quake had an epicenter of 35.347°N 84.079°W with...
Nazareth Child & Family Connection finds itself in a unique situation in these days of COVID-19, social distancing, and quarantine. Like many nonprofits, its services are considered essential, but a...
Thanks to Charlotte's uniquely creative atmosphere and beautiful scenery, many people have started creating custom works of art and selling them around the world. Here 5 of the coolest shops we found on...
Last week I drove around Charlotte to see if the ‘Stay At Home Order‘ was being enforced, and to my surprise, I saw crowded basketball courts, crowded parks, and crowded...
As of 10am on Saturday, April 4th, there are now over 4,000 documented cases of COVID-19 and 53 deaths from the virus across the Carolinas. North Carolina Health Officials are...
The John M. Belk Endowment announced it is donating $1 million to the COVID-19 Response Fund, a community-wide effort to assist Mecklenburg County residents affected by the coronavirus pandemic....
On March 16, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Charlotte made the difficult but prudent decision to close its facilities following Governor Roy Cooper’s executive order to close...
EarthCam and the North Carolina Wildlife Federation (NCWF) are bringing visitors a unique bird’s-eye-view of an osprey nest in Mooresville, NC with this new live streaming webcam. Located on Lake...
Leaders at Charlotte's Atruim and Novant Health systems have just requested that Mecklenburg County and its partners build a massive "care field hospital" that would have the ability to...
With the U.S. experiencing a record number of initial unemployment claims, WalletHub today released its report on the States with the Biggest Increases in Unemployment Due to Coronavirus. To identify which...
UCITY Family Zone, a community organization focused on geography in and around University City, is helping to meet community needs during the coronavirus outbreak. Ignited by Family Zone partners,...
In 1780 (About 5 years after Mecklenburg officially declared it's independence from England), William Richardson Davie and 150 American patriots set up camp around the courthouse at Trade and Tryon to wait for...
According to the Mecklenburg County Health Department, a second person in our county has just died from COVID-19. The person's name, age, and specific location in the county was...
Spring is here, and along with warmer temperatures and flowers everything, it's also snakebite season. Venomous Copperheads are having babies and finding far more cover under an increasing number...
In spite of rental rates flattening out across the nation, Charlotte’s rates have continued to increase at record paces. ApartmentList.com just released their April 2020 rent report, showing the 4th...
As the coronavirus rages across the United States and rural health care providers brace for the impact of the pandemic among some of the most vulnerable, a new report released by...
We all know that location is essential when looking for a home to buy, but price and size also carry considerable weight. A recent report by Property Shark compared...
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As of 10am on Saturday, April 4th, there are now over 4,000 documented cases of COVID-19 and 53 deaths from the virus across the...