North Charlotte’s third and final mill complex to be preserved and renovated into housing is underway at the Johnston Mill.
The news about the Johnston YMCA’s plans for redevelopment caught local news attention in early June, but the work around building a plan has actually been happening for many years.
A weightlifting coach at Charlotte Strength will make his Olympic debut for Team USA at the Tokyo Olympics this summer.
We’ve all heard the expression, “There’s no such thing as a free lunch.” That’s certainly true in many cases, but not at the NoDa Company Store.
We all know that some yard waste is already green, at least in color, but starting July 5, the city will no longer pick up yard waste in plastic bags.
The red brick church at the corner of 36th and McDowell sits forlorn and empty.
Like most of the world, our lives came to a screeching halt in mid-March 2020.
Mark your calendars: The Neighborhood Theatre is reopening in June!
On May 14, Gov. Roy Cooper announced North Carolina will be lifting the statewide capacity limit, gathering limit, social distancing requirements, and most mask mandates.
Have a beer and a shot. This spring, NoDa Brewing made getting vaccinated a little more convenient and enjoyable!
Tucked between Anderson and Sugar Creek is the area of NoDa near the Sugar Creek station, and it is on the cusp of a rezoning boom.
Want to grow some summer vegetables?
The Evening Muse has been a cornerstone of NoDa’s art and entertainment for 20 years, and will finally reopen in May.
With its lake long gone and trees and homes in its wake, it is difficult to imagine a prominent spot on 36th Street as an exclusive destination.
Each year, starting on the first weekend of May, Jane’s Walk takes place in hundreds of cities across the world.
Spring has sprung! It’s the time of year many of us start getting to work in our yards and gardens.
Earth Day is April 22, and we hope that with increasing vaccination and lower rates of coronavirus, more of us might be able to venture out to enjoy it.
NoDa has a new option for healthy, tasty food in the latest location of Charlotte-based Spoons.
NoDa’s latest addition to the art scene still opened its doors in the midst of a pandemic, bringing together all of Charlotte for a community art space.
Captain Trey Smith, a 34-year veteran of the Charlotte Fire Department, is one of the three leading company officers at NoDa’s Fire Station No. 7.
Dream come true! NoDa Brewing Company has made its long-awaited North Carolina dream a reality by now having its brews in practically every county.
Plans for a new arthouse cinema in NoDa are continuing to move forward.
What a difference a year made.
After building our businesses in NoDa for the past 12 years, Jeff and I are excited to be branching out to the Plaza Midwood neighborhood.
What happens when you take a cross-section of the NoDa neighborhood and mix it with the love of trivia?