Charlotte-area YMCAs will restart programming in June, including swimming, outdoor exercise, child care and summer camps.
Vidrio on Glenwood Avenue was one of many restaurants in North Carolina allowed to open its doors Friday evening for dine-in service — its first time doing so in about two months.
Having a baby is stressful enough. For Takia Morrison, add on being stuck in the hospital with COVID-19 and being unable to meet her newborn for the first two months of his life.
Speaking in terms hoop fans will understand, the ESPN documentary on Michael Jordan, ‘The Last Dance,’ had a strong fourth quarter.
A judge has temporarily allowed worship services inside North Carolina churches after issuing a stay Saturday against Gov. Roy Cooper’s COVID-19 executive order regarding worshiping inside.
The attorney for a homeowner thrust into the spotlight of the Ahmaud Arbery shooting says a young black man filmed by a security camera walking through the unfinished home in December and February may have stopped there for a drink of water.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services released its latest numbers of coronavirus cases across the state.
The Wrightsville Beach Police Department is warning people of a furry visitor seen walking down the beach.
Alex Bowman has signed a one-year contract extension to remain with Hendrick Motorsports through 2021.