First step to new Panthers home? Plans for 55-acre site on Morehead Street still have 'many moving parts,' lawyer says. But rezoning filing would allow…
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Plus: Recapping a busy week — Mecklenburg Covid directive, school closures, sports seasons halted, vaccine distribution changes, longtime council membe…
Plus: Plans scuttled for 15-story SouthPark apartment tower; New police station in Ballantyne; Organization tips from a pro; New Panthers suites; Gasto…
N.C. alters guidelines for vaccine distribution to include nearly 80,000 older Mecklenburg residents — but appointments for shots are hard to come by
At a sometimes testy and emotional meeting, board votes 8-1 to send K-5 back on Feb. 15 and grades 6-12 back on Feb. 22 — if Covid is under control; pa…
Museums and county's aquatic center are closing temporarily, and CMS is expected to go all-virtual today. But most businesses appear unaffected by heal…
Gibbie Harris says she's pleased with 'angst and concern' about Tuesday's announcement because it means people are paying attention; 'People have to ma…
Plus: Understanding new health department 'directive'; Centene wants futuristic driverless shuttle in UCity; Tommy Tomlinson's writing tips; Kings Driv…
Emergency meeting called for Thursday morning, board chairwoman says, following Mecklenburg health department recommendation to stay closed
Democrat James Mitchell, first elected in 1999, steps down after being named to head a construction company with city contracts
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