The Monster Energy Carolina Rebellion music lineup will feature many critically acclaimed, multiplatinum artists and the hottest up-and-coming talent.
Duke Energy Carolinas customers who paid a bill at one of the company’s 550 authorized walk-in payment processing centers between 2008 and 2017 may be affected by a potential compromise of personally identifiable information, according to PayPal Holdings, who recently acquired TIO Networks, which is the company who owns the network used to process payments made at those locations.
The City of Charlotte and Timothy Scott Bridges have agreed to a $9.5 million settlement after Bridges served more than 25 years in prison and was subsequently issued a Pardon of Innocence by then-Gov. Pat McCrory.
The N.C. Department of Transportation will close Baucom Road at Mallard Creek Road on Monday, Nov. 27, as part of the Mallard Creek Extension Project.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport is expecting high passenger numbers this Thanksgiving, as the Airport prepares for its busiest time of the year. Holiday travel begins this weekend.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport’s free Cell Phone Lot will relocate adjacent to Long Term Lot 1 on Saturday, November 18.
North Carolina is making nearly 40,000 more units of life-saving medication available to help fight the opioid epidemic, Governor Roy Cooper announced today.
Catawba County Emergency Services encourages residents to be aware of local and state resources available to help residents with recovery and clean-up efforts following last week’s damaging storms.
Kirk Farm Fields, one of our Park and Recreation facilities located on East Mallard Creek Church Road, will be closed for the next four weeks after a nearby wastewater pipe burst due to severe weather on Oct. 23.
DEA Joins Local Law Enforcement Partners In Nationwide Take Back Of Opioids & Other Prescription Drugs
The Drug Enforcement Administration will join forces tomorrow with more than 4,000 local, tribal, and community partners at more than 5,000 collection sites to collect potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs.