Juneteenth commemorates the end of slavery in the U.S. when Union troops under the command of Major General Gordon Granger arrived at Galveston, Texas on June 19, 1865 to enforce the emancipation of ...
Since starting in 2022, Project Unloaded has launched a pilot campaign called SNUG, which means “Safer Not Using Guns.” In 2024, the campaign reached nearly 60,000 Charlotte area teens and 15% moved ...
According to the North Carolina Poor People’s Campaign, over 41% of the statewide electorate, or 3.5 million people, are poor and low-income. In 2022, the Census Bureau reported that in a survey of ...
Chuba Hubbard, who displaced Miles Sanders as the Carolina Panthers’ top running back last season, returns to a crowded corps ...
The $54.5 million Davidson College Stadium on the north end of campus represents a major investment in upgrades as well as a vehicle to grow its reach across the region. In an era of growing facility ...
Still, the younger DeLaine insists, Briggs was worth the sacrifice. In an interview with The Post, he talked about what Brown ...
According to the Association of American Medical College, for the second year in a row medical school graduates were less likely to apply for residency positions in states with abortion bans and other ...
Affordable housing summit seeks solutions through partnerships Charlotte nonprofit, faith and government leaders will gather next week to talk affordable housing collaboration.
The lack of mind-blowing, innovative movement, fights and escapes puts unnecessary pressure on the plotline, which binds the ...
Some of North Carolina’s best craft brewers will be showcased in Asheville.
Former plus-size influencer pivots toward a new course Krystal Hall likes the smaller version of herself.
Charlotte FC players celebrate after their 1-0 win Wednesday against Chicago Fire at Soldier Field. The result was ...