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Danielle Chemtob


Charlotte, NC, United States

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Past articles by Danielle:

Charlotte's housing market saw a spike in sales, but supply tight

Charlotte's housing market saw a welcome spike in sales in September, but the lack of supply of homes continues to worsen. → Read More

Charlotte home prices rising as housing supply continues to shrink

A key measure of the sales prices for homes saw its largest jump this year, as Charlotte's real estate market continues to struggle with a shortage of homes and rising demand. → Read More

Construction wraps up on long-anticipated Corning headquarters in Charlotte

Three years after announcing it would move its from Hickory to Charlotte NC, Corning Optical’s new headquarters building in northwest Charlotte NC is complete. It received an incentives package of up to $2.35 million. → Read More

Frustrated workers who prep airline food for CLT planes may go on strike. Here’s why

Low wage airline caterers at Charlotte Douglas airport could vote to join a nationwide strike of Sky Chefs and other employees as the union fights for more money and less expensive health care costs. → Read More

After months of uncertainty, historic Excelsior Club could soon have a new owner

The Excelsior Club has a buyer. The club, a hub of African-American social and political life in Charlotte, North Carolina, for decades, is one of the most endangered historic places in the country. → Read More

The city may try to save Excelsior Club after other plans faltered or were rejected

The delay on the demolition of the Excelsior Club expired Wednesday. Now, Charlotte NC city council will consider getting involved with efforts to save the property, a historic landmark. → Read More

Excelsior Club named one of most endangered places in US. Is this enough to save it?

The Excelsior Club in Charlotte NC has been added to a list of the nation’s most endangered places by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The club was central to African American life since the 1940s. → Read More

‘A lasting scar.’ UNC Charlotte reporters tell deeply personal story during lockdown

UNCC students at the campus newspaper, the Niner Times, experienced the school shooting Tuesday firsthand. One of their reporters was a victim of the assault that left two dead and four others injured. → Read More

‘Our family, our friends, our sons.’ Honoring the UNCC students killed on campus

UNC Charlotte students Riley Howell and Ellis “Reed” Parlier, were killed in a shooting at the Charlotte NC campus. Friends and family recalled them as “big hearted,” “motivated” and “independent.” → Read More

Low-cost carrier plans to debut nonstop service to Las Vegas from CLT

Frontier announced Tuesday it would start service out of Charlotte Douglas International Airport to Las Vegas in July. The carrier is offering a special promotion fare for $69 each way. → Read More

Low-cost carrier plans to debut nonstop service to Las Vegas from CLT

Frontier announced Tuesday it would start service out of Charlotte Douglas International Airport to Las Vegas in July. The carrier is offering a special promotion fare for $69 each way. → Read More

Charlotte homebuyers face 'sticker shock' as low supply plagues market

Homes in Charlotte are selling fast. Prices are shooting up. Demand is growing. → Read More

Charlotte housing market cooled off in January

Charlotte's housing market got off to a slow start in 2019, and some experts say that the government shutdown is partially to blame. → Read More

A year after the HB2 repeal, NC transgender students battle discrimination

It's been over a year since North Carolina passed HB 2, colloquially referred to as the bathroom bill. While the federal and state government have repealed and replaced the original bill, the dust still settles for transgender students in North Carolina, who should be spending more time enjoying college and less time worrying about being harassed on campus. → Read More

NC is 'ground zero' for voter suppression in new documentary. Filmmaker wants that to change.

North Carolina's voter laws and challenges are the focus of "Capturing the Flag," a new documentary that debuted at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in Durham. → Read More

Young people are marching in the streets. Will they march to the polls in November?

Will students who have marched and protested about mass shootings and gun control turn out in the 2018 elections? For their movement to have a political impact, leaders will have to motivate what has historically been a less group of voters. → Read More

‘What if it was me?’ High school students lead movement for gun control at Raleigh forum

Speakers pushed for gun control legislation in front of a crowd of about 150 people at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church in Raleigh. → Read More

2018 elections: Gerrymandering ruling complicates Wake Democrats campaigns

Two potential Democratic candidates in Wake County are no longer living in the NC House district they wanted to run in. The district lines affect Democrats’ chances of breaking the Republicans’ veto-proof majority. → Read More

Dan Forest raises campaign money for super PAC

Though he hasn’t officially declared himself a candidate for North Carolina governor in 2020, Lt. Gov. Dan Forest is getting a head start on fundraising, with help from multi million dollar donor Greg Lindberg. → Read More

North Carolina colleges are trying to combat opioid misuse — but they lack needed funding

When Alexander Smith peered through the plexiglass window of his jail cell into his father’s eyes, he saw the destruction he’d caused. Smith’s addiction to opioids – from prescription pills to heroin – had pained his father for years. Smith finally felt that pain for himself. But his moment of reckoning was gone as soon as he got into the car with his father, who bailed him out. Smith reached… → Read More