What to know about COVID-19 booster shots in Charlotte

Editor’s note: This story was updated on Thursday, Oct. 21 to include information about Pfizer boosters. Charlotte health care providers are...

Tenants at future Weathered Souls space say they were left in the dark about plans

Two businesses currently located in the space where Weathered Souls Brewing Co. will open next year say they were blindsided by the news and not given adequate...

Our affordable housing shortage, in numbers

The pandemic has only exacerbated the growing affordable housing crisis in Charlotte, a new report from the county found. What’s happening: Mecklenburg...

Grassroots groups fight for a seat at the table amid city’s homelessness crisis

Greg Jackson’s face brightens as he smiles at the baby in the stroller in front of him. The child and her mother, recently on the verge of homelessness,...

Federal aid helped some music and arts groups. Others were left out

Theaters, museums and other arts and culture venues in Charlotte received nearly $60 million in federal funds to keep the industry afloat amid COVID-19. But as...

Former tent city residents face housing barriers

A fraction of former tent city residents have permanent homes, one day before Mecklenburg County’s hotel leases to house them expire. What’s...

The city saved Charlotte’s music venues with COVID-19 relief

The city of Charlotte distributed more than $800,000 in aid to struggling music venues as COVID-19 shut down live entertainment last year. Details: Axios...

New light rail would drive development. But what about moving people?

Ask city officials whether the blue line was a success, and the first thing most point to is not ridership: It’s the wave of development along the route....

Scoop: Defunct events company EatWorkPlay got $50K in COVID relief

It’s been two years since EatWorkPlay’s last event in Charlotte, but earlier this year the company applied for and received $49,569 in COVID-19...

5 things to know about redistricting in Charlotte

Charlotte City Council will soon redraw the maps that determine political representation in the city. Why it matters: With the release of the once-in-a-decade...

5 major developments changing west Charlotte

A stretch of west Charlotte just outside of Uptown is witnessing a wave of new development. What’s happening: West Charlotte neighborhoods near uptown,...

More people of color are getting vaccinated, but inequities persist

More people of color are getting vaccinated, data shows, a bright spot as COVID-19 worsens. But gaps remain, and advocates say that progress is too slow....