Agenda Election Roundup: South Charlotte went all-in for Dan McCready, but Dan Bishop won the 9th District

Dan Bishop took the stage at his victory party Tuesday night surrounded by pyrotechnics, then held out his phone so the President could talk to the crowd on...

The Agenda guide to upcoming city council and mayoral elections

Over the next three months, voters in the area will decide on Charlotte’s mayor and city council, select Mecklenburg County’s at-large school board...

The Brooks’ Sandwich House brothers just donated family land to help Charlotte’s affordable housing crisis

The rectangle-shaped 2.1 acres that David and Scott Brooks own on Charlotte’s east side is worth about 17,300 of their famous single burgers with cheese....

Greg Jackson’s Reagan Drive Initiative tackles tough issues at a forgotten interchange on I-85

On April 25, Patrick walks into the 7-Eleven like he usually does—stoned, strung out, and smiling. “Nope,” the owner, James Phillips, tells him. Since...

In the shadows of the boom, one man is determined not to let a teenager’s felony charge define him

The teenager stares down at the electronic bracelet around his right ankle. Through the apartment’s sliding screen door, he can hear the light rail train making its 7:22 p.m. stop at Tom Hunter station. It’s a new sound in this part of north Charlotte, a signal that people are going somewhere.