Trees clinging desperately to late-summer foliage and temporary canopies provided some shade on an otherwise sweltering day at the Charlotte Museum of History’ Backcountry Days, but there was little relief for craftsman Gordon Cable.
On Dec. 3, my friend and I flew back to Charlotte from Tampa, where my friend had been to see a medical specialist.
Members of the Mecklenburg Union Metropolitan Planning Organization will focus on the region's road projects at an open meeting Monday in Indian Trail, 4-7p.m. at town hall,
100 Navajo Trail.
According to the National Bird-Feeding Society, more than 55million Americans feed birds, making it our second-most popular hobby, behind gardening.
Fort Mill Teen Alex Quinn, the reigning Miss Junior Teen America, is headed to Haiti in about two weeks to work with orphaned children.
In the aftermath of her 2-year old son's illness and death, blogger Meg McElwain discusses the grieving process her family is experiencing as they continue their lives without Mitchell. Meg shares his story and continues the fight against childhood cancer in his memory.