There are, as of April 6th, more than 600 Mecklenburg County residents have tested positive for COVID-19. Stopping the spread requires staying home. If you do need to get essentials, follow these guidelines. There are several steps that you can take to limit your exposure to coronavirus, and they’re not so different from what CR […]

North Carolina aw enforcement officials have confirmed that a sheriff’s deputy in Montgomery County died from coronavirus Tuesday night. Bud Phouang worked as a middle school resource officer in Biscoe. In a January 2019, Phouang’s middle school had named a “Deputy Bud Day,” adding a picture of students posing alongside the deputy wearing Superman costumes. […]

Today is the big day for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry!  They become regular folks and leave the Royal family behind!  The couple have move to LA and there are whispers that Markle is going to restart her acting career. The new wed couple says that they will spend the next few months focusing on […]

No more pick up games in Charlotte! Because you are likely to pick up more than some points! You just might pick up Coronavirus germs! and to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, Charlotte Mecklenburg’s Parks and Recreation Department is closing all of the the recreational courts. According to their social media: “Following clarification/guidance […]

North Carolina has a new texting tool that will help parents across the state to find nearby free meals during the Coronavirus pandemic. Free or reduced price eligible families will now be able to text FOODNC to 877-877 to find nearby meal sites that will provide meals to children while they’re out of school. According […]

Good news! The people with Baby Shark have created another earworm for you and your kids!  It’s called “Wash Your Hands With Baby Shark!” Pingfong has remixed their classic children’s song to teach them how to wash their hands. They also have started a dance challenge to encourage families to upload videos of their children […]

Are you or your kids taking online classes due to COVID-19? Schools are over the country are closing their doors due to “Shelter In” orders and social distancing to slow down the spread of the Coronavirus. And this is putting some people into a position where they have to take online classes for the very […]

Due to declared state of emergency in North Carolina, State Parks are closed. The governor is calling for public safety and wants the State Parks to adhere to to social distancing guidelines and avoid gathering in crowds of over 10 people at one time Close to Charlotte, the parks that will be affected include Crowders […]

  Are you worried about trash piling up during the Coronavirus Pandemic? The City of Charlotte is suspending some waste pick-up operations. The City announced it would be postponing pick-up of yard waste and bulk items starting March 23. Garbage and recycling pick-ups to continue as scheduled.

Are your  kids home because of the threat of the Cornavirus?  Do they need to get on the Internet to get their school work done? Yes?  Then,  I’ve got good news for you! Spectrum is offering free Wi-Fi and broadband access up to 100 MBPS to any household with K-12 and/or college students that doesn’t […]

In an effort to address the spread of the Coronavirus, Simon Property’s will close all of its properties — this includes malls, premium outlets and mills in the U.S. In the Charlotte area, this means Concord Mills, SouthPark and Charlotte Premium Outlets will all be closing. This measure took effect at 7 pm local time […]

The VA Hospital in Salisbury, NC is postponing all non-essential procedures throughout the healthcare system for a minimum of 60 days, according to officials. “In keeping with CDC and White House recommendations for social distancing and isolation during this time, we are minimizing the need for interpersonal contact,” Joseph Vaughn, Director, Salisbury VA Health Care […]