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After nearly 40 years of smoking, Donald Faulkner, 64, decided to quit – cold turkey – on Thanksgiving Day 2014. He found motivation in a grandchild he had never seen.
The CIAA and the city of Charlotte have invested heavily to make Tournament Week a must-attend event. Will we see it flushed down the tube because we fail to address a few bad actors?
Police are investigating a shooting late Sunday that left a 27-year-old man dead.
Two women were wounded by gunfire Saturday while attending a party at Label nightclub inside the NC Music Factory.
Police said a man charged with murder on Friday knew the 23-year-old victim of a north Charlotte shooting.
With forecasters predicting 8-10 inches of snow in some parts of the Charlotte area, CIAA officials and party promoters are nervously watching the sky.
Police said the suspect, 19-year-old Emmanuel Jesus Rangel, also has been charged in connection with a Matthews homicide that occurred earlier this month.
Simmons will assume the role of executive director on May 1, leading an organization that serves about 2,500 at-risk children each year.
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Pearsall has been a member of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department since 1994, current serving as a major in Office of Professional Responsibility.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police said an officer fatally shot a 20-year-old woman Wednesday night after she lunged at officers with a knife. This is the second fatal shooting, and third overall shooting, the officer has been involved in since 2012, Observer archives show.
Christine John-Fuller, president and CEO of the Lupus Foundation of America, North Carolina Chapter, talks about the work her organization is doing and the group's upcoming Mardi Gras Gala.
Those involved in the Children's Theatre of Charlotte production of "Jackie & Me" say they hope the play will lead to some difficult conversations about race.
Speaking to a congregation of about 50 people at Piedmont Unitarian Universalist Church, Dorothy Counts-Scoggins recalled the day in 1957 that she braved a jeering mob to integrate Charlotte public schools.
Organizers said this year's gala raised more than $73,000, pushing the event to a nine-year total of $511,000.
The Children’s Theatre of Charlotte production of the Jackie Robinson story thoughtfully opens doors for conversations about race among youth.
The Democrat state senator from Charlotte defends his vote on a bill that would allow state magistrates and registers of deeds to opt out of conducting same-sex marriages based on religious beliefs.
A daily journal of the place we go and the people we meet while covering the 2015 CIAA Basketball Tournament.
Police late Wednesday were called to a home in west Charlotte to assist paramedics. Inside, they found a mother and son dead of gunshot wounds.
Years of persistence paid off for Sasha Hollinger, who moved to New York straight out of college with a dream of landing work as a theatrical dancer.
Tanya Wilson writes about the legacy left by her father, Mr. Marvin F. Wilson, who transitioned last month after 81 years of life.
Gantt Center President David Taylor says it took “an amazing kind of engagement” to triple the center’s membership in less than six month. But the effort to recruit new members will continue, he said.
The “What Now?” tour kicks off on April 9 in San Antonio, Texas with stops in Charlotte and Raleigh, and is being billed by it promoter as “the biggest comedy tour in history.”
For nearly a month, Sondra E. Z. Hines will forego many of her favorite foods -- including her beloved Chocolate -- as she takes the Engine 2 Challenge.
The Harvey B. Gantt Center is preparing to open an exhibition featuring the works of 18 national and international artists examining how colonialism has shaped world perceptions of black culture.
The event is scheduled for Thursday, February 26, at the Charlotte Convention Center and will feature Doug E. Fresh, MC Lyte, Slick Rick, Big Daddy Kane, and Chubb Rock.
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