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Top Charlotte news: Panthers linebacker donates 2,000 meals; small businesses voice concerns; more

Top Charlotte news: Panthers linebacker donates 2,000 meals; small businesses voice concerns; more
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By Hoodline - Published on April 22, 2020.

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Charlotte.

NC woman hasn't left her house in three weeks but tested positive for COVID-19

Test results confirmed a Charlotte woman's fears. Despite staying home, her fever, headache, trouble breathing and coughing are from COVID-19.

Read the full story on ABC10.

Panthers linebacker Shaq Thompson donates meals to local health care workers

The Panthers organization is continuing to find ways to give back during the coronavirus shutdown from owner David Tepper donating over $22 million to relief funds to both former and current players giving back as well, with the latest being Panthers linebacker Shaq Thompson.

Read the full story on WCNC.

Charlotte teen running 26 miles in 26 hours to raise money for food bank

Colin Shaver is hoping to raise $5,000 -- which will provide 5,000 meals to the community. 

Read the full story on WCNC.

Future still uncertain for Charlotte small businesses during COVID-19 pandemic

As the coronavirus crisis continues to shut down North Carolina’s economy, the financial future for some local small businesses is getting bleaker. 

Read the full story on WCNC.


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