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Top Charlotte news: 3 injured in separate shootings; nursing home makes changes to protect residents

Top Charlotte news: 3 injured in separate shootings; nursing home makes changes to protect residents
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By Hoodline - Published on May 13, 2020.

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Charlotte.

Pilots in small planes leap at chance to fly in Charlotte's empty skies

Last month, Jared Yates and his wife flew a Bearhawk, a home-built, single-engine plane. He was cleared to land at Charlotte, and they commented on how strange everything was.  

Read the full story on NPR.

Former Mecklenburg County grads start Adopt-a-Graduate program on Facebook

In an effort to help graduates during this strange time, two former Bluestone students have started a Facebook group to allow people to "adopt" a student affected by the 2020 school closures.

Read the full story on www.southhillenterprise.com.

Nursing home makes major changes to protect residents from COVID-19

Sharon Towers has made several operational changes as the staff works to protect its 350 residents from the coronavirus.

Read the full story on WCNC.

Charlotte Pipe and Foundry relocating to Stanly County

Charlotte Pipe's 55-acre plot in uptown has been eyed by the Panthers as a possible location for a new football stadium.

Read the full story on WCNC.

3 injured in 2 separate shootings

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police are investigating after three people were hurt in two separate shootings Tuesday afternoon.

Read the full story on WCNC.


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