Veteran, 92, finally gets high school diploma after leaving for WW II
At the start of Wednesday evening's school board meeting, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools awarded an honorary high school diploma to Ralph Lee England, a 92-year-old who dropped out of Berryhill High 70 years ago to enlist in WW II. He always told h
Mayor Vi Lyles speaks about the possibility of the Republican National Convention coming to Charlotte at a meeting of the Democratic Women of Mecklenburg Wednesday at AME Little Rock Mount Zion church in First Ward.
The new Concourse A extension at Charlotte Douglas International Airport is opening this month. The almost 230,000-square-foot nine-gate addition will house airlines United, Southwest, JetBlue, Frontier and Air Canada.
NOAA's Okeanos Explorer came across this large school of squid while exploring the deepwater off of North Carolina's coast in July 2018. The scarce lighting made the squid look like shooting stars while they swam away from the scientists.
Not your mom's maternity ward: how hospitals are changing as women demand different care. Midwives are becoming increasingly popular, as are modern Birth Centers which which bring all women's services under one roof and offer many new amenities
The annual celebration of Juneteenth on or around June 19th is one of the most important historical occasions in the African American community. Juneteenth marks the moment enslaved people learned of the abolishment of slavery.