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Who’s in charge of making sure Charlotte businesses follow coronavirus restrictions?

This story was last updated at 10:40 a.m. on Monday, July 20. It seems like every weekend that passes, another video surfaces showing late-night revelers...

Fortune 50 healthcare giant announces a major Charlotte expansion

They called it “Project Big Boy.” And in every way it was huge. It involved a Fortune 50 company, nearly $500 million in tax incentives, and about...

Charlotte’s MLS team will soon have a name. And it’s still on track to start its inaugural season next spring, despite pandemic setbacks

It’s been an eventful six months since Major League Soccer officials announced Charlotte will get an expansion team. But Charlotte is still on track to...

Started as peaceful and organized, a night of Charlotte protests takes a sharp, dark turn

This story was last updated at 8:50 a.m. on Thursday, June 4. The sweltering heat and exhaustion from the past four nights of protesting did not stop thousands...

Protesters filled the streets in Myers Park, and Myers Park cheered them on

The woman with the bullhorn held up a hand. “Stop,” she said to the front-line protesters. It was just after 8 p.m., and the last of the sun twinkled in...

Weekend protests erupt in Charlotte in response to police killing of George Floyd

The familiar sound of chanting made its way through Charlotte’s streets this weekend — out Beatties Ford Road, through the tunnels of skyscrapers in...

The Map Shop will move from its prominent location on Morehead to a larger space in South End

The Map Shop, which has operated for nearly two decades at Kings and Morehead, is moving to a bigger spot in South End. Tony and Katie Rodono, who bought the...

A new six-story hotel is coming to a rapidly changing part of South End

This story was last updated at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, July 29. A new six-story Marriott Aloft hotel will open in South End close to the light rail and next to...

Peculiar Rabbit has closed after eight years in Plaza Midwood

The restaurant and bar Peculiar Rabbit, long known for its rooftop bar and brunch menu, closed its doors to the public Sunday night. The local hangout first...

Journalist Emma Way will join Charlotte Agenda’s team in January

We’re excited to announce that Emma Way will join the Charlotte Agenda team as our managing editor. One of Charlotte’s fastest-rising journalists, Emma...

A question for Foundation For The Carolinas: ‘What does Charlotte stand for?’

One morning in late March, Michael Marsicano stood in the grand hall on the bottom floor of the bank that birthed modern-day Charlotte, and he looked into a...

Sales tax, city council, mayor, and school board: The Agenda guide to Election Day 2019

Voters in the area will decide today on Charlotte’s mayor and city council, and select Mecklenburg County’s at-large school board members....