School lockers have been a rite of passage for generations. Everyone can recall the fear they'd forget their combination, along with the pride that came from personalizing their own space or seeing their locker decked out for a birthday or sports event. But at several CMS schools, lockers are going the way of phone booths.
Earlene Campbell-Coleman recently received a photo of a former slave who turned out to be her great-great-great grandfather. Frank Campbell was among 272 slaves sold by Jesuit priests in 1838, to plantations in Louisiana, to help save Georgetown University. The photo of Campbell was the first picture of the slaves that genealogists have found.
"Zeus” McClurkin of the Harlem Globetrotters knocked down a one-handed, backwards trick shot from the sixth-floor balcony of The Speedway Club this week to promote the Globetrotters’ games on Saturday in Charlotte
During a February 8th, 2017 interview Chidi Ogene, president of the Charlotte School of Law, says the school plans to talk with the new Secretary of Education about the loss of tens of millions of dollars in federal student aid.
Radio traffic calls made prior to the fatal shooting of a Ukrainian immigrant by Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police shows officers were expecting a suicide threat on March 8 when they arrived at the scene in north Charlotte.