Construction Shuts Down LYNX Between I-485 and South Boulevard
The Blue Line will only operate between I-485 and South Boulevard as crews work in the area.
Sunday's Top 25 College Women's Basketball Capsules
COLLEGE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: A'ja Wilson scored 23 points and Elem Ibiam had 21, both career highs, and No. 1 South Carolina routed Savannah State 111-49 on Sunday.
South Charlotte Water Main Break Prompts Boat Rescue
Flooding trapped at least two families in their homes on Carmel Road in the Mediterra Subdivision.
Ballantyne Community Members Discuss Traffic Issues
Congestion on the roads of the south Charlotte community has become such a problem that the Ballantyne Breakfast Club devoted its entire December meeting to the issue Saturday.
Driver Hospitalized After Car Smashes into Charlotte Home
Officers said the driver was trying to avoid another car, lost control and slammed into the house.
Textiles making comeback in western North Carolina
ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) ? One might call it karmic capitalism. Rather than compete, business owners who belong to the Carolina Textile District refer customers to each other.
Charleston, S.C. Jeremey Jackson, 2007 graduate of Owen High School, lost his wife, Melissa Jackson of El Paso Texas, on Nov. 3. The couple had recently moved to Charleston S.C., following Jeremey?s honorable discharge.
UNH, UVM Prove Victorious
Durham, n.h. ? Tanner Leissner had a career-high 21 points and New Hampshire scored 10 straight in the final three minutes to pull ahead of Colgate for a 63-57 win on Sunday.
Gangs, murder tear at small town?s seams
A small town is in turmoil because a good man died on the streets where he grew up. Odell Williams was 69 when he was gunned down Nov. 4.
PHOTO GALLERY: National Register adds 17 North Carolina Historic Places
RALEIGH, N.C. ? The North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources announced Friday that 17 individual properties and districts across the state have been added to the National Register of Historic Places. The properties below were reviewed by the North Carolina National Register Advisory Committee and were subsequently approved by the North Carolina State Historic Preservation [?]