- Charlotte's Favorite Happy Hour | May. 27
- Sax Man Derwin Friday | May. 27
- 'Seven Guitars' | May. 28
- Pink to Drink Cancer Fundraiser | May. 28
- CMS jobs fair for bus drivers | May. 28
- Black or White: Movie, Dinner & Discussion | May. 29
- Business for Booty Weekend | May. 29
Scene at Charlotte’s Favorite Happy Hour at Ruth’s Chris Steak House in SouthPark.
Faced with a rise in shoplifting at Northlake Mall, CMPD has implemented measures its hopes will deter potential thieves.
Charlotte city officials met behind closed doors Tuesday to discuss finding a replacement for outgoing Police Chief Rodney Monroe, who announced plans to retire May 1.
The 12th District congresswoman said the special telephone hotline will assist veterans in her district who need certain types of assistance.
Police said alcohol and excessive speed were factors in a Tuesday morning crash that claimed the life of a 20-year-old man.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will host a jobs fair on Thursday to recruit bus drivers for the next school year.
For the 260 students who received diplomas Sunday at Johnson C. Smith University, nationally syndicated radio host Tom Joyner had some words of wisdom...and some cold, hard cash.
Foxx, a Democrat and former Charlotte mayor, appeared on stage for an hour with U.S. Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., for a discussion on “political empowerment and the black church.”
Griffith, 42, was dean of student affairs and enrollment management at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, N.Y., where the college called him a pillar of the community.
Under a federally funded program, women from low-income households without health insurance can receive free screenings for breast and cervical cancers.
At this week's Tuesday Morning Breakfast Forum, two representatives from Google Fiber gave an update on what's been going on since the company announced plans to bring crazy-fast Internet service Charlotte.
Huntley was one of four black students to integrate Charlotte schools when she walked through the doors of the all-white Alexander Graham Junior High in 1957.
On Saturday, Historic West End Partners and the 5 Points Community Collaborative will show a free screening of the movie "Annie" on an inflatable screen on West Trade Street.
The veteran television host, speaking with TMZ, said President Obama has done nothing for black people and that Black America would have been better off under a white president.
For men in their 40s, having an average of 21 orgasms per month equates to an a "significant reduction" in the risks of prostate cancer.
It's shaping up to be another busy week in Charlotte. Here are some things we think you should know about.
Fitness guru Sonda E.Z. Hines lays aside her exercise mat and picks up a mic, all for a battle-of-the-DJs competition between local journalists.
For Slyvia and Melvin Austin, losing weight and embracing a healthier lifestyle has become a family goal.
They arrived as freshmen in 1941, the year Japan attacked Pearl Harbor and the United States entered World War II. This year their Johnson C. Smith University class of 1945 marks its seventh decade.
Johnson C. Smith University awarded degrees to 260 students Sunday at its 143rd commencement ceremonies, where nationally syndicated radio host Tom Joyner delivered the keynote address.
The $2.25 million settlement with the family of Jonathan Ferrell comes just weeks before the former CMPD officer who shot Ferrell 10 times is scheduled to go on trial for manslaughter. What's the rush?
VIDEO: Believers in the United States are still overwhelmingly Christian -- with 70 percent identifying themselves as such -- but that's down about 8 percent from just a few years ago.
News this week that President Obama chose Chicago to host his presidential library was just the latest reminder that his "incredible journey" is winding down.