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Jack VanderToll

City Editor, CLTtoday

Jack lives in Charlotte, North Carolina. Since graduating college, Jack has worked in local television news. He was most recently a television producer for the local CBS station, WBTV News. Outside of work, Jack enjoys photography, writing, hiking, playing tennis, movies, and being with friends.

The “Charters of Freedom” offer a local glimpse into the roots of American history.
The Queen City’s “Sister Cities” expand the globe across four continents.
The Isabella Santos Foundation vows to provide hope to families across the Carolinas through its new initiative.
NC Wildlife Resources Commission emphasizes ways for people to coexist with black bears.
The summer months are peak snake bite season in the Carolinas.
Browse our guide to ensure you’re prepared to cast your ballot in the SC primary elections.
Erik Jendresen shared his memories of “Band of Brothers” ahead of the 80th remembrance of D-Day.
New aeronautical museum honors the heroic pilot from “The Miracle on the Hudson.”
The Olde Mecklenburg Brewery & Biergarten’s second location opens at The Bowl in Ballantyne Saturday, June 1.
Guests can savor new cocktails inspired by William Shakespeare.
Prepare for games, music, and food celebrating the Japanese culture.
Events honoring fallen US Armed Forces are planned this holiday weekend across Charlotte.
The upcoming summit will discuss land conservation, greenways + parks, and wildlife conservation across the Queen City.
Steak 48’s new menu items include elevated caviar service and hanging bacon.
The Uptown arena will close for two NBA off-seasons to create elevated visitor experiences.
The festival in downtown Salisbury promises to serve a sweet taste of Southern hospitality.
The street festival will bring Sunday afternoon fun + closures along Camden Road.
A Novant Health volunteer and her therapy dogs help ease stress for hospital staff and patients.
Carrigan Farms resumes open swim for summer 2024.
The upcoming Ballantyne hub aims to become a cultural magnet in the Charlotte community.
“Snakes of the Carolinas” set to debut at The Schiele Museum.
A Charlotte-based restaurant will soon occupy the well-known pizza spot on Central Avenue.
Mecklenburg County leaders urge vigilance ahead of a potentially active 2024 Atlantic hurricane season.
Tee off with tickets to see some of the best golfers in the world to the Queen City.
Proposals offer a “a world-class front door for a world-class airport.”
Two neighborhood work clubs are opening soon in the Queen City.
Charlotte has 250+ years of history. In this guide, we’re diving into the city’s oldest streets and how they got their names.
Make the most of the warm weather with this list of the best local events and activities happening this summer.
Enjoy a slice of the Queen City’s must-try pizza shops
Consider these Charlotte landmarks our Hollywood signs.