Here are some Memorial Day weekend activities that center around the best aspects of this holiday – food, music and outdoor fun with a touch of nostalgia. For those who shun the outdoors, an evergreen musical runs through the Memorial Day weekend.
The Charlotte Knights are going to be opening BB&T Ballpark Friday.
2013 was a great year to be a sports fan in Charlotte! From the Carolina Panthers’ winning season & hopefully NFL Playoff run to the Charlotte Hornets name and identity coming back to the Queen City, there have been many story lines from the past year to make any Charlottean proud to root for the home team. Check out our Top 10 stories from this year, and then let us know what your big sports stories are from 2013!
(CBS Charlotte) — The Charlotte Knights recently announced their BB&T Ballpark Commemorative Brick Program, and now you have a chance to be a part of history. For a limited time, Knights fans now have the […]
You have to admire the chutzpah of officials from the city that lost the NFL Rams in 1994. That franchise moved because they could not secure a new stadium and now, with no plans to build a one, Los Angeles has targeted the Panthers as their team of the future. Is owner Jerry Richardson listening? That is the $80 million question.
There are a lot of reasons to say yes, but the answer may not be what you think.
Mac Attack Charlotte Knights GM Dan Rajkowski talks about the teams proposed move to a new location in Charlotte and the teams future in the area.
On The Beat With Brett Jensen 6-12-12 Hour 1: Brett Jensen talks with Charlotte Business Journal’s Erik Spanberg about the Charlotte Knights finally moving uptown to the dismay of Mayor Foxx. Also, Brett and ESPN’s Travis Haney talk NBA Finals.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Charlotte Knights baseball team is a step closer to playing its games in a new stadium.
This past week a new proposal was presented to give the Charlotte Knights $8.5 million in city money to help build a new stadium uptown. As I heard this news, I thought, “Do we really need another stadium uptown?” Is this a good idea, or a shot in the dark to bring in a MLB franchise?