The CDC reports that “dogs bite 4.5 million people” annually. And one particular group of people faces the threat of dog attacks on a daily basis; letter carriers. Each year, more than 6,000 letter carriers will be victims of dog attacks.
Laura Vinroot Poole talks about how Charlotteans can look their most exotic. She celebrated the 20th anniversary of her leading-edge boutique Capitol with a fashion-star-studded party at North Corner Haven Farm.
The late Sarah Flonnie Meigs Holliman was honored Sunday by three generations of her family who placed the Carnegie Hero Medal Award she won over 100 years ago for saving a young boy from drowning in a well on her gravesite at Forest Lawn Cemetery.
The BOOM festival in Plaza Midwood is Charlotte's annual showcase of contemporary and experimental art, featuring a unique coalition of artists, volunteers, nonprofits, and local businesses and organizations transforming how art is made and shared
On Saturday, April 21 the Humane Society held its annual Pet Palooza Festival & Walk for the Animals event at Independence Park, featuring a 2K pet walk, a vendor fair, dog yoga, an agility ring, splash pool activities, live music, and more
Imposters claiming to be Catholic pastors have emailed some lay leaders at two Charlotte parishes with requests that they purchase gift cards and send the activation codes. The scam cost a few members at St. Gabriel hundreds of dollars.
A server who was working at Hotshots Sports Bar and Grill describes the scary moments when an SUV smashed into the building on Thursday, April 12, 2018. Her parents were at one of the tables when it happened.
A year ago, property owner Paul Sires hired local artist Osiris Rain to paint a private trash dumpster behind the building he owned on North Davidson Street. But Charlotte's rules say the dumpster should be hidden by a fence.