Sealed Air Corporation hosted a ribbon-cutting Wednesday afternoon to show off its new campus at 2415 Cascade Pointe Blvd. in Charlotte. N.C. Governor Roy Cooper, Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts, Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners chair El
Artist Marc Fornes and Crescent Communitie are installing Wanderwall, an 18,000 square-foot art screening on a parking deck at the Novel Stonewall Station development, which includes apartments, a Whole Foods and two hotels.
While the Phillips Place and Stonecrest at Piper Glen Dean and Deluca locations are closed, the uptown location at 201 S. Tryon St. closed briefly Thursday afternoon, but then reopened and is expected to close sometime next week.
Charlotte Observer columnist Scott Fowler recounts some of the historical highlights of the home stadium of the Carolina Panthers, including a Billy Graham crusade and the team's first home playoff game in 1996, in light of the team's impending sale.
Members of Team River Runner's Vision Team, made up of 5 visually impaired veteran kayakers and 7 safety guides, trained at the U.S. National Whitewater Center for an upcoming 226 mile adventure through the Grand Canyon in September of this year.
Mark Middlesworth, owner of Extravanganza Events on North Tryon Street, was once the public face of opposition to keeping the Men's Shelter on North Tryon Street. Now, with the facility getting a $5.7 million facelift, he has softened his view.
Kaleia Martin, a 24-year-old recent graduate with a master's degree in social work from UNC Chapel Hill, says she has to live with her parents because she cannot find suitable affordable housing, even with a roommate.