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Maria Delgado

City Editor, CLTtoday

Maria is based in Charlotte, NC and is a graduate of the University of Dayton. Before joining 6AM City, she worked as a News Producer for 10 years and worked as a Digital Media Producer at Discovery Place in Charlotte. Outside of work, Maria enjoys traveling, reading, movies, going to concerts, trying new restaurants and breweries, crafting, and spending time with friends and family.

The laptops will allow students to begin their college years with the tools for educational success.
The easy-to-use service will run on weekends through the end of July.
After eight years of raising funds and restoration, Charlotte Museum of History will host a grand opening to the restored Siloam School.
Summertime brings many free concerts you can attend + enjoy an evening outdoors.
Celebrate and reflect on the history of Juneteenth with events running from Friday, June 14 to Sunday, June 25.
The documentary will air on MAX Tuesday, June 18 but there is an exclusive screening and Q-and-A session with the star climber ahead of the film.
After closing in 2022 for construction, guests can enjoy a new overlook and amenities.
Discovery Place Science is hosting a first-ever Speakeasy experience at its museum in Uptown, welcoming science and cocktail lovers.
Charlotte Ballet’s FLIP workshop features works by 11 dancers who serve as the choreographers for each piece.
The Hezekiah Alexander House is the oldest home in Mecklenburg County and is part of a homesite preserved by Charlotte Museum of History.
The three-day event brings hundreds of vendors and mouth-watering dishes to the heart of Uptown, leaving you wanting more than a “Taste.”
Demolition on the $250 million redevelopment is expected to start later this year with completion expected in 2026.
While Pride Month is in June, celebrations stretch all summer long to bring the community together.
The Around the Crown 10K is three months away, but upcoming races and events will help stretch those legs.
“Ultimate Dinosaurs” combines the Mesozoic Era with cutting-edge technology.
Nonprofit Arts+ will provide weekly camps with focuses on music and art.
The 65th running of the Coca Cola 600 brings thousands of people to Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Consider spending a sunny day on a boat around the Queen City.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport anticipates more than one million travelers for the unofficial start of summer.
The Asbury, located inside The Dunhill Hotel, is combining seasonal strawberries with savory favorites through the end of May.
The annual celebration commemorates the official declaration of independence from Great Britain.
The Carolina Theatre will serve as a civic hub when it reopens in 2025, seven years after renovations began.
The historic Gem Theatre reopens to the public Thursday, May 16, after major renovations.
The 27th Annual St. Philip Neri Italian Festival will fill Fort Mill bellies for three days.
Whether you’re looking for a wedding venue, corporate event space, gala, or workshops, PINE will provide that open floorplan.
The Waverly Wine Walk will benefit the Mecklenburg County Beekeepers Association.
Despite changes in guidelines by the USDA, the drive-thru park in Mooresville remains open, but car feeding is not permitted.
Plaza Midwood businesses will transform into galleries and markets during the first-of-its-kind event along (and around) Central Avenue.
Explore the history of the Queen City with a one-of-a-kind view into the many facets that make Charlotte the queen it is.
If you’re looking for a unique gift for mom, this list of high tea ceremonies is fit for a matriarch.