Martha and Preston Taylor started a program called Feeding the Children, which cooks and delivers lunches to elementary school children in need during winter and spring break. They helped volunteers cook,assemble and bag meals in the kitchen at First United Methodist Church Belmont, before volunteers delivered them.
Diedra LairdThe Charlotte Observer
Feeding the Children
Charlotte Police respond to over 150 car crashes in snow
Snow shuts down schools but hill for sledding was open.
The perfect snow to build a snowman
Sliding in snow at Freedom Park
Greenways blanketed in snow during January dusting
Snow falls in Charlotte area during mid-January storm
Jets being deiced at CLT
Snow scenes in Uptown Charlotte
Snow arrives in Uptown Charlotte
It is snowing!
Faithful come together for wounded York County officers
Police responded to more than 150 car crashes during a snowstorm in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Wednesday. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department said it had responded to 169 crashes as of 1 pm.
Aaron Pearce of Charlotte, NC finally got the sticky snow that he has been waiting for to build a snowman on Wednesday, January 17, 2018. Pearce decided to build a snowman along a walking path at McAlpine Creek Park in east Charlotte. The creation has its arms extended as if to give passerby a hug.
Pastor Ray Jones and members of his Celebration Place Church of the Nazarene congregation came together on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 to pray for the three deputies and police officer who were shot while searching for Christian Thomas McCall in York County, SC early Tuesday morning. The deputies had responded to a domestic violence related call at a home on Farrier Lane located outside York, SC.
Pastor Ray Jones and members of his Celebration Place Church of the Nazarene congregation came together to pray for the three deputies and a police officer who were shot while searching for Christian Thomas McCall in York County, SC, on Tuesday, January 16, 2018. Jeff Sinerfirstname.lastname@example.org
Charlotteans celebrated the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with an assortment of activities at the Harvey B. Gantt Center and the Levine Museum of the New South. The day gave parents, educators and Freedom Marchers the opportunity to share their perspectives and memories of struggle and the need to continue fighting for equality.
Saturday's Martin Luther King parade in uptown Charlotte. The free Charlotte-Mecklenburg MLK National Holiday Celebration is one of the Southeast's largest promoting King's nonviolent pursuit of equal rights for all. The parade has been a Charlotte tradition since 1981. Thousands line the route each year to watch more than 100 community organizations, marching bands, floats and dance performers.