FAQ: Everything you need to know about COVID-19 vaccines, including where to get one in Charlotte

This story was last updated at 3:38 p.m. on Tuesday, March 2. North Carolina is starting frontline essential worker vaccinations ahead of schedule. During a...

NC’s youngest public official doubles as a viral TikTok creator

Ken McCool, a 22-year-old commissioner from Matthews, created a TikTok account to reach young constituents. He wound up reaching people all over the world. Why...

Charlotte-based TV drama “Delilah” premieres next week — but locals get a sneak peek

A new OWN drama series called “Delilah” puts Charlotte in the spotlight. It premieres next week, but Charlotteans can watch the first episode...

Instagram scammer targets Charlotte influencer

Social media scams are growing in prevalence and local grassroots influencers aren’t immune. Why it matters: Scammers are evolving to be more social...

One of the owners behind crab-cake-famous Lulu’s is opening a bar and lounge

Hideaway, a new bar and restaurant from Jay Davis of the wildly popular Lulu’s Maryland Style Chicken and Seafood, is opening this spring in west Charlotte....

Why a return to the classroom isn’t a fix-all for schools

CMS reopened middle and high schools this week, meaning that for the first time since last March students of every grade level are back in the classroom...

“Vegan-curious” in Charlotte? Here’s where to start

Whenever Romeo’s parks its food truck, vegans and meat-eaters alike line up and wait for hours to try the popular plant-based burger. The big picture:...

Coronavirus in Charlotte: COVID trends improve county- and statewide

This story was last updated at 7:10 p.m. on Thursday, February 18. We’ll continue to regularly update it. Any new information will be added below and...

Charlotte moms still face high epidural costs as healthcare dispute continues

Some Charlotte moms are considering skipping epidurals just to avoid thousands in medical bills. Why it matters: For over a year Providence Anesthesiology...

CMS is losing students over remote learning

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools have seen a 6,000-student drop in enrollment from last school year. District officials say it’s largely due to fewer...

Schools are set to reopen without vaccines for teachers

Despite calls to be bumped up on the priority list, most North Carolina teachers likely won’t have access to the COVID-19 vaccine before schools reopen....

Big Ben Pub (and Charlotte soccer fans) will move to the former Carpe Diem space

The move comes after the recent announcement that the Atlanta restaurant Bocado will open in the Big Ben space at Atherton Mill. Why it matters: For 11 years...