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 …
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Many of the industries most devastated by the economic shutdown prepare to spring back to life — but how soon will customers return?
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Plus: Sign shop adapts; Eastland and Atrium rezoning hearings on Monday; Blue Ridge Parkway reopens; Is Gov. Cooper growing a mullet?
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The Ledger conducted an informal poll of 15 restaurants across the South Carolina border to see which are open for indoor or outdoor dining. (Informati…
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City Council critics appear won over by 'great deal'; approval of massive development looks likely next month
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Plus: South Carolina to allow dine-in restaurants to open Monday; Hispanics make up 1/4 of Mecklenburg's Covid-19 cases; Retailers reopen; SouthEnd hai…