Author: Steve Crump

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When President Obama arrives in South Carolina's Lowcountry Friday, he will address more than 5,400 at the College of Charleston during the funeral of State... [Read More]
Cooper was on-hand for the 2012 DNC and is among the hopeful that Charlotte can apply past lessons to avoid potential problems in 2020. [Read More]
On Thursday, mourners at Wells' funeral at Rock Hill's Boyd Hill Baptist Church offered powerful memories of an individual who had a wide, but gentle... [Read More]
Saving what many may view as local icon is a race against time. Charlotte's Excelsior Club on Beatties Ford Road could face the wrecking ball... [Read More]
Charlottetown Terrace apartments is the site of a new concept in local health care. [Read More]
For Chief Michael Crowley who heads up the North Carolina ABC law enforcement division for Mecklenburg County, it's a day he's beaming with pride. This... [Read More]
The Urban League of Central Carolinas is a place where Graham made a name for himself before moving on to head up Charlotte Works. [Read More]
The Urban League of Central Carolinas is a place where Graham made a name for himself before moving on to head up Charlotte Works. [Read More]
County health officials say more than 1,300 people have received free vaccinations over the last two days after it was discovered that an infected worker... [Read More]
According to county officials another 4,000 Hepatitis A vaccines are headed to Charlotte, and the clinics could go through the weekend. [Read More]
The U.S. Supreme Court decided Tuesday to uphold President Trump's controversial travel ban on several mostly Muslim countries and its impact can be felt on... [Read More]
Groups trying to make a difference point out how the rules of engagement have clearly changed. [Read More]
Images of immigrants and their families being detained tugs at the heartstrings, and some who call east Charlotte home are noticing what could be called... [Read More]
In his case, unseen and unexpected hardship followed the loss of his life. [Read More]
Those who call Charlotte home, like City Council member James Mitchell, see new doors opening. [Read More]
Critical lessons are now delivered to students on the career path of becoming barbers and hairstylists. [Read More]
Every highly celebrated athletic career has its beginnings rooted in the most basic of surroundings. And in the case of NFL great Dwight Clark, East... [Read More]
Not just high water and flooding, but also the potential for driftwood and tree stumps, and the risk of damaging outboard hardware attached to power... [Read More]
As the rains moved in, predictions by the Charlotte Fire Department were on the money - yards and docks faced major threats. However, homes were... [Read More]
While relaxing views are a given, the threat of rising waters has residents of Mount Holly's Riverside drive moving their boats to higher ground. [Read More]
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