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YMCA seeks space for additional programs, with 10 of 12 branches full
Cristina Bolling
Plus: CMS schools are closed to students — but might open for childcare; N.C. Covid lawsuits pile up; Buffett bets big on BofA; Pandemic leads to no fr…
Lack of teachers cited as board members expected to switch course at emergency meeting
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With the first day of school in three weeks, some experts warn that virtual learning will worsen economic inequality.
Plus: Charlotte's private schools go with face-to-face instruction; N.C. approaching 2 million jobless claims; RNC bails on Jacksonville; New apartment…
Online Q&A with Ledger editors - you're invitedHappening now: The Ledger is holding an online Q&A from 12-12:30 or so with editors Tony Mecia and Cristina Bolling. Have a question about why w…
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Hello and welcome to THE CHARLOTTE LEDGER COVID-19 DATA ROOM. This is where we take a closer look at the North Carolina and Mecklenburg County numbers …
Plus: Where are Charlotte's digital haves and have-nots?; Tweetsie Railroad reopens; Doug Smith dances his way through the pandemic; Will massive purpl…