The African Children’s Project and partner organization, Mji Wa Yohana, celebrated the groundbreaking of their first community-based, family-style home for children orphaned by HIV/AIDS in Embu, Kenya.
In 2004, Charlotte’s John Schwert made a career switch and started his own multimedia company, Fourth Ward Productions, which offers a full range of production services. Primarily self-taught, Schwert divides his time between producing original content and freelancing in the areas of production and location management.
Charlotte and Mooresville are the first two communities in the region to financially back specific state road projects to help get them done faster – as allowed under a relatively new state law.
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,
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Food Network star Rocco Whalen has opened his second Fahrenheit restaurant on the 21st floor of the Skye Condominiums uptown. The spot is Charlotte’s first and only rooftop eatery.
In his haste to flee from a police officer, a wanted Rock Hill man pushed his bicycle at the policeman, ran behind a nearby elementary school and then hid under a bed in his girlfriends house on Saturday, police said.
Five years after losing her son, blogger Tammy Garlock's crusade against distracted driving has helped introduce a bill to North Carolina lawmakers that will consider making our state 'hands-free.'