Before you start looking for the apartments in Charlotte NC you should make assessments about a number of things so that you remain clear about your needs regarding the features of the new apartment. Firstly you need to make sure that you have enough time to look for various apartments and shortlist a few of them so that at the end of the day you become able to make the right decision. So, time management is of prime concern for the person looking for a good apartment.
Future Hall of Famer Antonio "The Magic Man" Tarver (31-6-1, 1 NC, 22 KOs) has just about done it all as a boxer having been an Olympic medal winner and world champion as an amateur, along with capturing five major light heavyweight world titles as a professional, as well as
April 21–Weekday ridership for the first two weeks of the Lynx Blue Line Extension was below the transit system’s first-year projection, though Saturday ridership has been strong. The Charlotte Area Transit System released Friday ridership for the first two weeks of the $1.1 billion extension from uptown to UNC Charlotte,
CHARLOTTE, NC — The Queen City’s weekend will be off to a sunny start with pleasantly warm temperatures, but conditions will turn grey and soggy by Sunday, forecasters warn. The rainy weather headed to the Charlotte-metro weather is expected to be potentially so severe that the National Weather Service has
CHARLOTTE, NC — The work week in the Charlotte metro area is off to a gorgeous start, with near summerlike temperatures and loads of sunshine. That will all change by Wednesday, however, when there’s a chance of thunderstorms with wind gusts up to 21 miles per hour, according to forecasters.
(Credit: Jenn Andrews) CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) – What started as a negative situation for one Charlotte mom has turned into a nation-wide movement that is inspiring people to get out and move, literally. Jenn Andrews said she was getting a pedicure in Clemmons, North Carolina three years ago when the
CHARLOTTE, NC — Tax day will be here before you know it (it’s April 17 this year), which means for many of us, thoughts are turning to our wallets. When it comes to taxes, North Carolinians pay slightly less than the national average, according to a recent study by WalletHub.