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‘When we meet people, it’s often on the worst day of their life’
With Evictions Returning to Pre-Pandemic Levels, Charlotte Attorneys Describe Human Consequences
After Two Months on the Road, A New Bookmobile Rewrites a Chapter from the Past
Evictions Don’t Seem to Be Causing a Homeless Spike. Yet.
Four Experts Summarize the State of Charlotte Evictions – After a Federal Moratorium Ends, the Pace Accelerates
Think Charlotte Rents Are High? Be Glad You’re Not an International Student
Is an end coming in January for what housing advocates call legal discrimination in Charlotte?
As a New Report Reveals an Increase in Homelessness, a Charlotte Nonprofit Looks for Long-Term Solutions
At Soccer Games, Markets and Churches, Students Offer New Ways to Get Vaccinated
After a Year of Learning to Survive a Pandemic, Confidence Returns to Kids in Summer Camps