- Tribute to the Late Julius Chambers | Apr. 28
- Road Trip Travel Teleseminar | Apr. 28
- Carolinas HealthCare System-Diversity & Inclusion Symposium | Apr. 29
- Employment Law Seminar: One Day, Many Solutions | Apr. 29
- Jazz Room Special Edition: Delfeayo Marsalis plays Duke Ellington | Apr. 30
- New St. John Baptist Church Women's Conference | Apr. 30
- R&B LIVE Thursdays | Alive After Five | Apr. 30
In a collaboration that drew nearly 100 people Wednesday evening, the Gantt Center and Jazz Arts Initiative kicked off a quarterly talk session where jazz fans can listen to -- and discuss -- the legendary artists who shaped the genre.
Sondra E.Z. Hines looks at 16 workout routines that will spice things up in the gym and outdoors.
A man suspected of common law robbery pulled a knife and cut his own throat when officers approached to arrest him, according to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department.
The Rev. Dwayne Walker, pastor of Little Rock AME Zion Church in Charlotte, said the time has come to seek a new phase in his ministry.
Authorities said the men, ranging in age from 19 to 21, had earlier been denied entry into a students-only party celebrating the close of the academic year. Hours later, shots rang out on the west Charlotte campus.
More than 27 years after a Charlotte taxi driver was shot and killed in an apparent robbery, police announced Thursday that they had used DNA to make an arrest in the case.
Starting Saturday and continuing each weekend through May 17, the park that straddles the Carolinas border will be serving up sample dishes representing nine Carolinas food regions.
Six months ago, Obie Chambers of Charlotte was let out of a federal prison camp in Edgefield, S.C., and quickly started a company he calls The Exigency Group, which provides counseling services to people facing time behind bars.
In a survey of likely Republican voters in South Carolina's 2016 presidential primary, Winthrop University found (among other things) virtually no support for President Barack Obama.
The building will graduate students in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). JCSU officials said the naming was fitting tribute to Yancy, who understood early on the importance of technology in education.
Though African-Americans make up less than a third of the city’s driving-age residents, they are pulled over by police more frequently, receive more tickets and are the subjects of roadside searches twice as often as whites
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Check out Toni Baker-Tyson's weekly entertainment picks. It's fun for grown-ups.
Qcitymetro is giving away two tickets to this first-of-its kind food and arts event in uptown Charlotte.
It's shaping up to be another busy week in the Qcity. Here are five things you should know about.
Amelia Smith, a retired accounting technician, is part of the Village HeartBEAT team at Greater Salem Church. Her team leader calls her a model of consistency.
Thirty-eight high school seniors competed in this years Debutante Cotillion, an annual event sponsored by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated Charlotte Alumnae Chapter, and The Deltas of Charlotte Foundation
I commend former FBI agent Quentin Williams for his efforts to save black lives, but I can't agree with his advice that we should "humble" ourselves when confronted by law enforcement officers.
What others have may look good on the outside, but if you look closely, you may be surprised by what you find.
Members from 17 local churches met on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University on Saturday, April 4, to compete in the annual Village HeartBEAT Field Day.
Quentin Williams, a lawyer who grew up in New York City and spent several years as an FBI agent, has written a book -- “A Survival Guide: How Not to Get Killed by the Police, Part I.”
Kermit Blount, the new head football coach at JCSU, spent five years coaching at Delaware State but saw some of his best years at Winston-Salem State University, where his teams went 91-87-3.