Why Charlotte and Raleigh Work for Black Residents

(Bloomberg View) — Racial disparities are always going to crop up as an important issue when considering the economic health of an American city. Whether it’s a world-class metropolis like Chicago, a successful midsize city like Minneapolis or Pittsburgh, or a struggling Rust Belt town like Cleveland or Milwaukee, stories about wages and investment and development and business conditions are almost always tempered by a reminder that African-American residents fail to share equally in whatever prosperity the region generates. Neighborhood segregation is rife, with black residents often forced to endure poor or nonexistent social services, unhealthy environmental conditions, deteriorating infrastructure and high crime rates. Continue reading “Why Charlotte and Raleigh Work for Black Residents”

Ben Carson accused of excessive office redecorating

A former HUD employee said she was demoted after refusing to spend taxpayer money on redecorating Secretary Ben Carson’s office and buying a security system for Carson’s home. (Source: CNN/Pool)

(CNN) – Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson is under fire from a whistleblower.

Helen Foster, a former HUD chief administrative officer, sent a sworn complaint to independent investigators. Continue reading “Ben Carson accused of excessive office redecorating”

Rental Apartments in Charlotte Offer Best Features to the Residents

Home sweet home!! Your abode is a piece of heaven for you if you can keep it at the best comfort level. Maintaining comfort at your home is something you can manage if you are well informed of the amenities that can easily be provided at your home. Continue reading “Rental Apartments in Charlotte Offer Best Features to the Residents”