Charlotte employers pause political contributions following Capitol riots

Some large Charlotte employers are suspending political donations or reviewing their policies following the riots at the U.S. Capitol last week. Bank of...

Charlotte businesses partner with a goal to give 2 million vaccinations by summer

This story was last updated at 11:30 p.m. on January 14. As part of two separate announcements Thursday, Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte Motor Speedway, and...

Yes, employers can require you to get the vaccine before you return to in-person work

Legally, employers can require their staff to get a coronavirus vaccine before they return to in-person work. But they probably won’t. Zoom out: In...

Coronavirus in Charlotte: North Carolina expands coronavirus vaccines to adults 65+

This story was last updated at 2:50 p.m. on Thursday, January 14. We’ll continue to regularly update it. Any new information will be added below and...

Emmy Squared will open this summer in Plaza Midwood

The New York pizza joint Emmy Squared is opening its first North Carolina location this summer in Plaza Midwood. The restaurant will be in a renovated...

Five major developments expected to break ground in Charlotte in 2021

Already, cranes crowd the Charlotte skyline despite the ongoing pandemic. Looking ahead, several other highly anticipated developments are expected to break...

See inside: Harris Teeter reopens this week at Park Road Shopping Center

When you walk into the popular Harris Teeter at Park Road Shopping Center, you’ll feel like you’re in a brand-new store. After a year of extensive...

How an accidentally well-timed convention center overhaul will boost Uptown

Unlike many construction projects around town, the ongoing expansion of the Charlotte Convention Center is on schedule, if not slightly ahead. Once it’s...

North Carolina lags behind in vaccine rollout

Although coronavirus vaccine distribution has accelerated locally, North Carolina lags behind other states when it comes to the pace of vaccine distribution....

As vaccines begin for adults 75+, Charlotte leaders address ‘hesitations’

This story was last updated at 4:30 p.m. on January 5. With Mecklenburg County set to begin Phase 1B of COVID-19 vaccinations this week, local officials are...

Charlotte developer Grubb pays $17M for Herrin site in NoDa and plans for apartments, retail, and offices

Charlotte developer Grubb Properties has closed on its purchase of the Herrin Ice property on 36th Street in NoDa. Grubb plans to transform the sprawling...

Charlotte food banks face ‘unbelievable’ demand during the pandemic

Between job losses, the lack of easily accessible meals at schools, and the fact that seniors are homebound, the demand for food across the Charlotte region...