Oct 5 2018

Monarch Awarded $1.6M Federal Grant to Expand Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Services in Stanly County

The Department of Health and Human Services’ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) recently announced that it will award Monarch a $1.6 million grant to provide Stanly County vital, expanded services for people with serious mental illness and substance use disorders through the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) model.

Oct 11 2017

Charlotte Housing Authority Recognizes Housing America Month by Focusing on Charlotte’s Need for Affordable Housing

It’s getting expensive to live in Charlotte and the city’s most vulnerable residents, including working families, are having a hard time finding safe, affordable housing in the Queen City because rents and home prices continue to increase faster than wages.

Jun 28 2017

Media Advisory: City Councilman James Mitchell Hosts “Transforming Charlotte through Entrepreneurship” Town Hall Meeting June 29

Join Councilman James Mitchell for an informative town hall discussion on entrepreneurship, business growth and development in Charlotte.

Jun 12 2017

Urban League of Central Carolinas Announces New President & CEO

The Board of Directors of the Urban League of Central Carolinas (ULCC) has named William "Teddy" McDaniel III as the new President and Chief Executive Officer of the ULCC, effective Aug. 1. McDaniel will take the helm of the Charlotte affiliate after serving as the President and CEO of the Austin, TX. affiliate for the past 5 years.

Jun 12 2017

MEDIA ALERT: CommUNITY Conversations Series Explores Opportunities to Elevate Historic West End

Event partners include Charlotte-based developer Crescent Communities, Levine Museum of the New South, Charlotte Center City Partners, and Sustain Charlotte. Event attendees include representatives from the partner companies, as well as West End residents and stakeholders.

Apr 18 2017

Parker Cains Announces Candidacy for Charlotte City Council and pledges to use his business experience to restore trust with the City, Raleigh, and invest in Charlotte’s future

Parker Cains, a Charlotte businessman and member of the City of Charlotte’s Privatization & Competition Committee, today announced his candidacy for Charlotte City Council. Cains will run as an At-Large Republican candidate.