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CHARLOTTE, N.C., Aug. 19, 2020 — Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools today announced a phased return to athletic workouts for student-athletes at CMS high school facilities beginning as early as Sept. 14, 2020. The decision to adopt a phased approach for resumption of athletic activities included input from athletic directors and principals. The input was received both before and […]

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill became the first major college to switch to online classes after reopening in person.  Students had only been on campus for one week.  Classes started in person on August 10th and has reported at least four clusters of outbreaks of COVID-19 in student living spaces.  As of […]

According to North Carolina’s health secretary, Dr. Anthony Fauci played a big role in them waiting before reopening public schools with fully in-person instruction.  WRAL in Raleigh reported that Governor Roy Cooper’s administration was leaning toward reopening schools with full in-person learning in June, but delayed the decision after a call with Dr. Fauci, the […]

One  of the Queen City’s most popular streets is getting a fresh coat of paint with the message: Black Lives Matter. More than a dozen artists and groups are collaborating with the City of Charlotte for the installation. The Mayor of Washington D.C revealed a Black Lives Matters mural leading up to the White House.  […]