“I’ve always depended on the kindness of strangers,” Blanche Dubois says at the end of “A Streetcar Named Desire.”…
As the result of a recent unanimous vote, Julia Russell is the newest member of our board of directors….
Welcome to our new Advertising Manager and Board Member
Long-time Charlotte resident, Susanne Davis, recently decided to step down from the board of The Charlotte News. We wish her all the best.
Do your friends and colleagues describe you as, “enthusiastic, energetic and outgoing?”
The Charlotte News welcomes new board member while saying goodbye to another.
Another way to support the newspaper is to support our advertisers.
The Charlotte News is truly a community newspaper. Abraham Lincoln said we have a “government of the people, by the people, for the people,” and this nonprofit newspaper was established in that same
We want to share our gratitude for the 320 people who made more than 400 gifts to help keep The Charlotte News alive and thriving as we enter our 65th year of nonprofit journalism in Charlotte.
Dear Readers: We’re closing out our fund drive for 2022 and want to share our gratitude for the 320 people who voluntarily donated to keep The Charlotte News alive and thriving.
We’re looking for someone to help us cover CVU sports for The Charlotte News.
“We’re running around like blue-assed flies” is Kiwi slang for “We’re really, really busy,” a common condition during holiday season.
Welcome aboard, Meredith and Thank you Gay
We may not have ever met but I’m pretty sure about one thing: you’re busy. I get it. AND you’ve got a lot of demands on your time and calls for your money.
Here at The Charlotte News, we’ve been busy making big plans, specifically, a brand-new, five-year strategic plan. We have a new mission and a new vision, and we’re pretty excited. We think you will be onboard, too.
What a difference a year makes in the life of a community newspaper.
I’ve lived in Charlotte for 28 years. For most of that time, I knew nothing about the people who got the local paper to our mailbox every couple of weeks.
Your local, nonprofit newspaper is asking for your financial support today. We need your participation to continue to expand…
On Aug. 29, The Charlotte News sent out a last-minute email to supporters and friends of the newspaper.
For more than two decades, this newspaper has gone to print with a variety of editors able to breathe easier and relax more fully from the tension of surviving story deadlines.