CLICK HERE for Charlotte Apartments in Good Neighborhoods

Have you been thinking of visiting Charlotte for some time now? CLICK HERE for Charlotte Apartments that are the best. Well, if you have then you need to plan very well. There are so many amazing areas in Charlotte North Carolina that you will love. The best neighborhoods or areas however do not need to have the glamorous apartments or apartments that are high priced. This is why you need to know the areas so that you can make the right decisions no matter what. When you know all the neighborhoods, you will not be confused about where to choose. Continue reading “CLICK HERE for Charlotte Apartments in Good Neighborhoods”

An Ohio man fishing in the surf pulls in a 6-foot shark off the NC Outer Banks

Troy Rachel from Ohio caught a 6-foot Hammerhead off Avon Monday, according to his bait supplier, Frank & Fran’s Fisherman’s Friend. (Twitter screenshot)

OUTER BANKS, NC (Mark Price/Charlotte Observer) – An Ohio man fishing in the surf at North Carolina’s Outer Banks found himself tugging in a 6-foot shark that more than outweighed him. Continue reading “An Ohio man fishing in the surf pulls in a 6-foot shark off the NC Outer Banks”

Forbes List Of Best Employers: 10 NC Companies Make 2018 Grade

America’s best employer for 2018 is a company that employs thousands of Americans but is headquartered in France, according to Forbes’ annual rankings of the best employers in the country. The rankings of America’s best large employers placed tire manufacturer Michelin at the top of the list while the grocery chain Trader Joe’s took the No. 2 spot and Google came in at No. 3. Continue reading “Forbes List Of Best Employers: 10 NC Companies Make 2018 Grade”

NC mountains and foothills brace for possible flooding as rainfall continues

(Steve Ohnesorge | WBTV)

BOONE, NC (WBTV) –

As predicted, a steady rain fell in the North Carolina foothills and mountains Monday afternoon.

Creeks and streams were up a little, but not out of their banks as of late in the afternoon. Officials, though, were watching carefully just in case. Continue reading “NC mountains and foothills brace for possible flooding as rainfall continues”

Opinion Roundup: NC farmers under pressure, legalized sports betting, Medicaid expansion, solar energy and more

Saturday, April 7, 2018 — A round up of opinion, commentary and analysis on: NC farmers nervous under looming threat of trade war, legalized sports betting could help states with job creation, conservatives attack Raleigh school over ‘white privilege’ handouts, Medicaid expansion, local governments move towards solar energy and more. Continue reading “Opinion Roundup: NC farmers under pressure, legalized sports betting, Medicaid expansion, solar energy and more”