Mar 11, 2024 - News

ğŸ—ž Speed reads

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  • Tacos Rick-O is no longer operating at Hoppin' and is planning other projects. (CharlotteFive)
  • Taiwo Jaiyeoba, Charlotte's former planning director, resigned from his job as Greensboro city manager after violating a sexual harassment policy, sources say. (WFDD)
  • Tricia Cotham versus Nicole Sidman will be a close race. If the redrawn district had existed in previous elections, data shows, it would have been won by Republicans in most races — but not all, such as governor. (Ledger 🔒)
  • Bojangles Coliseum and Ovens Auditorium may be due for renovations. The Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority and Charlotte Checkers hockey team are interested in starting discussions soon. (CBJ 🔒)
  • McCrorey Heights and Oaklawn Park could join the National Register of Historic Places. The National Park Service awarded the city a $21,500 grant to help with the nomination process. (QCity Metro)
  • Mayor Vi Lyles has good music taste. (WSOC)

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