Can you ace our weekend quiz?

Happy weekend, QCity. How closely did you follow the news in Charlotte this week? Test your knowledge with this five-question quiz.

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If shadows on the wall and noises down the hall don’t frighten you, “Life Doesn’t Frighten Me” might be worth seeing. Charlotte is one of just four cities where the play can be seen, and it made its premiere at Children’s Theater over the weekend.

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Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved $6 million in opioid settlement funds to support

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A publisher’s note on our 15th birthday

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Overdose reversal drug offered in Charlotte vending machine

The Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office is attempting to improve public health and address the opioid crisis through a public vending machine.  In collaboration with Carolinas CARE Partnership, a local center for LGBTQ+ communities and people living with HIV, the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office is offering free Narcan, a medicine used to reverse opioid overdoses, nasal

Monifa Drayton appointed interim president of Arts & Science Council in Charlotte

Monifa Drayton will serve as the interim president of the Arts & Science Council (ASC), the organization announced Sunday. Drayton’s appointment comes after the current president, Krista Terrell, announced her resignation in August. Terrell will leave the organization in December. The Arts and Science Council is a nonprofit organization that advocates for equitable resources and opportunities

What You Need to Know

The 2023 Thanksgiving Day Parade hosted by Charlotte Center City Partners is almost here. If you will be in town for the holiday, here are a few things you need to know. For 77 years, the Thanksgiving Day parade has brought thousands to Uptown Charlotte to see floats, musical performances and many other festive activities

Can you ace our weekend quiz?

Happy weekend, QCity. How closely did you follow the news in Charlotte this week? Test your knowledge with this five-question quiz. Founder and publisher of Qcitymetro, Glenn has worked at newspapers including the Los Angeles Times, St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, Wall Street Journal and The Charlotte Observer. More by Glenn H. Burkins Source

Advocate Health CEO releases book on improving American healthcare

Eugene A. Woods, CEO of the nation’s third-largest nonprofit health system, Charlotte-based Advocate Health, recently released a new book detailing how  American healthcare can be improved. In the book, “Health, Hope, and Healing for All: Toward More Equitable and Affordable Healthcare,” Woods writes about the challenges healthcare systems face, highlights the urgent need to ensure

Sideline Seat: Panthers vs. Cowboys

The Carolina Panthers (1-8) will host the Dallas Cowboys (6-3) on Sunday. The Panthers had a few extra days of rest and preparation after losing to the Chicago Bears 16-13 last Thursday.  Rookie Bryce Young completed 21 of 38 passes for 185 passing yards, failing to get a touchdown. The Cowboys decimated the New York