It’s been a year of ups and downs for Keianna Sims and her sons. Donors are stepping up to help them as part of the Salvation Army’s Christmas program that is supported by The Observer’s Empty Stocking Fund.
CEOs of Bank of America, Duke Energy and Sealed Air said during a panel in uptown Charlotte N.C. Monday that although the local economy has recovered that they’re busy anticipating another economic downturn.
North Carolina led the United States in 2018 with the most teachers who’ve been certified by the National Board For Professional Teaching Standards. For the 13th year, Wake County led all districts in the U.S. with the most nationally certified teachers.
Sixteen emailed bomb threats were received in Charlotte Thursday, including at the Vue and Catalyst apartment buildings in uptown. They were similar to threats received nationwide. Police found no explosives.
After Charlotte Mecklenburg school board members air sharp differences on equity, Superintendent Clayton Wilcox worries the public will think CMS is “paralyzed.” He cites efforts to boost success among black and disadvantaged students.
A man was killed and a woman has been charged with murder after an early morning east Charlotte crash, police say. She allegedly drank alcohol before running a red light at the intersection of Eastway Drive and Central Avenue.
A handful of public schools in the Charlotte area are bringing the Cambridge international program to North Carolina. Educators say the intense British curriculum opens doors to global competition for students.
The U.S. Geological Survey says a 4.4 earthquake occurred early Wednesday in eastern Tennessee and was followed by a 3.3 aftershock. Charlotte felt the quakes and so did upstate South Carolina, scientists say