Source: Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy, who spent the majority of the 2014 season on the NFL commissioner’s exempt list, will seek immediate reinstatement in light of Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson’s victory over the league in court on Thursday.
The nomination of Loretta Lynch as attorney general moves to the full Senate, where she faces the opposition of the two senators from North Carolina, her native state: Republicans Thom Tillis and Richard Burr.
This commemorative book by
The Charlotte Observer celebrates the life and career of the
legendary N.C. basketball coach. The book, with a foreword
by former Tar Heel star Phil Ford, includes dozens
of color and black-and-white photos from the Observer archives. The
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With many school systems closed in the Charlotte area, the bulk of the N.C. High School Athletic Association schedule will be pushed to Friday. In Asheville, which got up to six inches of snow, the N.C. Independent Schools completed its quarterfinals Thursday, though three schools forfeited after opting to not make the trip into the storm. Here’s the full roundup of all of Thursday’s action.
Martin Truex Jr. had ‘by far the best Speedweeks of my career,’ which he capped with an eighth-place finish in the Daytona 500. Now it’s on to Atlanta Motor Speedway with momentum and the hope his Speedweeks is a harbinger for a bounce-back season.
The chief executive of the bank with East Coast headquarters in Charlotte received a bonus of 18,061 in restricted shares as part of his 2014 compensation, Wells Fargo said in a securities filing Thursday.
Tom Hanchett, the curator of the Levine Museum of the New South, is always putting groups together for a food adventure. For Asian New Year, he had scheduled a trip Feb. 16 to a local Korean restaurant for traditional dumpling soup with rice cakes.