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The Charlotte Post Publishing Company, Inc.       
P. O. Box 30144, Charlotte, NC 28230    
     
The Charlotte Post   PH:  704 376-0496
5118 Princess St. Charlotte, NC 28269   FX:  704 342-2160
     
The Triangle Tribune   PH:  919-688-9408
115 Market Street Ste 360-G, Durham, NC 27701   FX:  919-688-2740

 

BUSINESS      
       
Gerald Johnson              Robert Johnson
Publisher & CEO   Co-Publisher & GM
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Tania Johnson      
Receptionist     Business Office
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EDITORIAL          
                 
Herbert White   Bonitta Best
Editor In Chief   Managing Editor
The Charlotte Post   The Triangle Tribune
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Ashley Mahoney          
Multimedia Journalist          
The Charlotte Post          
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PRODUCTION | LAYOUT          
                 
Patrice Johnson          
Virtual Illustrations          
           

 

               
ADVERTISING          
                 
                
Linda Johnson Advertising & Marketing Manager  

Nichelle Spears Marketing &           Event Coordinator

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Upcoming Events

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NoDa Food Truck Friday

Come one come all to the Noda Food Truck Friday.

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Big Greazy

Join us Friday night on the patio for live music

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Is Starting a Business Right for You?

Is Starting a Business Right for You?

Latest News

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Delta Sigma Theta sorority rallies for census, voter registration

Sept. 26 event in Hidden Valley neighborhood

Political rivals launch initiatives for National Black Voter Day

Trump, Biden and NAACP kick off outreach

JCSU esports program adds digital partnerships to portfolio

Gaming heavyweights collaborate with school