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Panthers fever spreads through south Charlotte

Panthers fever spreads through south Charlotte

For the second time in franchise history, the Carolina Panthers have made it to the Super Bowl. This year’s game will be played on Sunday, Feb. 7, in Santa Clara,… Read more »

Charlotte’s best Super Bowl 50 watch parties

Charlotte’s best Super Bowl 50 watch parties

The greater Charlotte community is gearing up for Sunday’s big game, as the Carolina Panthers take on the Denver Broncos. Trying to decide where to watch this year’s Super Bowl… Read more »

Churches in Charlotte, Denver hold friendly competition

Churches in Charlotte, Denver hold friendly competition

CHARLOTTE – Local Methodist churches are showing their Panther pride leading up to the Super Bowl, but not by dabbing, wearing No. 1 jerseys or shouting “Luuuuuuuuuke” for everyone to… Read more »

There’s nothing wrong with bandwagon fans

There’s nothing wrong with bandwagon fans

I don’t know why I still have a Facebook account. Every time I log on, it seems there’s another comment made, article shared or post “liked” that makes my skin… Read more »

Escape rooms the latest in Charlotte entertainment

Escape rooms the latest in Charlotte entertainment

We had less than three minutes left and couldn’t figure out the last clue to unlock the door before a hypothetical plague swept the room and “killed” us all. As… Read more »

Website offers free ‘clean’ diet plan, workouts

Website offers free ‘clean’ diet plan, workouts

With all the fad diets out there, it’s hard to find one that’s easy to stick to. That’s the inspiration behind Clean Eats 101, a lifestyle website founded by local… Read more »

Community Spotlight: Connie Cooper

Community Spotlight: Connie Cooper

Connie Cooper is the owner of Ballantyne School of Music. Find more information about the school at www.BallantyneMusic.rocks, or call 980-819-6998.   What inspired you to join Ballantyne School of… Read more »

Book explores Mexican migration to Charlotte

Book explores Mexican migration to Charlotte

A new book exploring Mexican migration in the South contends that growing anti-immigration sentiment in Charlotte didn’t originate in urban or rural areas, but in suburban communities in neighboring towns…. Read more »

Ballantyne housing project depends on access

Ballantyne housing project depends on access

  The approval of a gated subdivision off Community House Road hinges on whether David Weekley Homes can carve a second access point onto the site that agrees with the… Read more »

Development Briefs for Jan. 29

Development Briefs for Jan. 29

Viva Chicken, Panera Bread coming to Waverly project   Viva Chicken and Panera Bread are among new fast-casual restaurants going into the 90-acre Waverly development near Providence and Ardrey Kell… Read more »