And we’re back!
And we are spread out. As cities that is. Charlotte, the city just named as one of the largest growing in the state, has been named in a separate study as one of the most suburban cities in the nation.
This should surprise no North Carolinian and definitely no Charlotean, who probably picked Charlotte because of it’s ability to give people a nice spread out, single-family home experience.
And since you already knew this about North Carolina, here are some other things you need to know:
Carowinds,which I flew over this weekend and barely recognized, outside of it being close to the Charlotte skyline, is getting rid of one of its iconic wooden roller coasters.
Not quite news, but a resource for folks looking to help Black families in North Carolina who are at risk of losing farmland or other significant amounts of family property.
The Greensboro Massacre state historical marker was unveiled on Sunday.
Concealed carry permits are on the rise.
Durham’s Downtown Loop may get easier to navigate.
The state has updated its guide for service veterans.
And finally, these degree programs have been eliminated from UNC system schools.