, Illinois Constitution, Illinois Tool Works, Import scene, Improved Mobile Telephone Service, Independent regulatory commission, Industrial Union Party, Information Assurance Vulnerability Alert, Institute on Religion and Democracy, International response to the Holocaust, Interstate 476, Ira David Wood IV, Irondale, Missouri, Ishmael Jubouri, Islandia, Florida, Itemized deduction, J. P. Patches, J. R. Benson, JIVE Magazine
'''WLNK''', known on the air as "107.9 The Link", is a 100,000
: www.charlottechamber.com eco-dev demographics-economic-profile publisher Charlotte Chamber accessdate 2010-06-20 title Demographics & Economic Profile making it the 17th largest city (List of United States cities by population) in the United States based on population. The Charlotte metropolitan area had a 2010 population of 1,758,038. US Census Bureau, "Largest US Metropolitan Areas by Population, 1990-2010", in ''World Almanac and Book of Facts'', p. 612.<
, North Carolina Spencer , ''Rowan'' 3,344 *Spencer Mountain (Spencer Mountain, North Carolina), ''Gaston'' 37 *Stanfield (Stanfield, North Carolina), ''Stanly'' 1,486 *Stanley (Stanley, North Carolina), ''Gaston'' 3,556 *Tega Cay (Tega Cay, South Carolina), ''York'' 4,264 *Troutman (Troutman, North Carolina), ''Iredell'' 1,677 *Unionville (Unionville, North Carolina), ''Union'' 5,929 *Waco (Waco, North Carolina), ''Cleveland'' 321 *Wadesboro (Wadesboro, North Carolina), ''Anson
was a Charlotte resident while writing her best known works. More recently, Reflections Studios in Charlotte played an important role in the emergent late-20th-century American musical underground - R.E.M., Pylon (Pylon (band)), Let's Active, Don Dixon (Don Dixon (musician)) and Charlotte's Fetchin Bones (among many others) all recorded influential and acclaimed albums there. Charlotte-based Ripete and Surfside Records maintain important catalogs of regional soul and beach
Stowe Botanical Garden (in Belmont), Latta Plantation (in Huntersville), Brattonsville Historic District (in McConnells), the North Carolina Transportation Museum (in Spencer), Fort Dobbs (Fort Dobbs (North Carolina)) historical site (in Statesville), Catawba County Firefighters Museum (in Conover (Conover, North Carolina)), the Arts & Science Center of Catawba Valley Millholland Planetarium (in Hickory) the Museum Of York County (in Rock Hill), James K. Polk
historical site (in Pineville), the Catawba Cultural Center (in York County), the Museum Of The Waxhaws (in Waxhaw), Glencairn Gardens (in Rock Hill), and the Reed Gold Mine (in Locust). Entertainment The PNC Music Pavilion is located in the University City (University City, Charlotte, North Carolina) area of Charlotte. The performing arts amphitheatre has hosted many popular music concerts
: www.census.gov popest data metro totals 2011 tables CBSA-EST2011-02.csv U.S. Census Bureau 2011 population estimates of Combined Statistical Areas The aforementioned MSA is the only metropolitan area (as defined since 2012) included in the CSA, but there are two included micropolitan areas: Albemarle (Albemarle, North Carolina) and Shelby (Shelby, North Carolina). Nicknames and regional identity The regional area around the city was at one time called ''Metrolina'', a term which has fallen out of widespread general use, though it is still maintains a presence and is used by the North Carolina Department of Transportation. The term does retain a marketing value, and is thus also used by many businesses in the area. Metrolina refers to the region that includes the cities of: Charlotte, Concord (Concord, North Carolina), Gastonia (Gastonia, North Carolina) and Rock Hill (Rock Hill, South Carolina). The name Metrolina came into fashion when North Carolina's other two large metropolitan areas took on nicknames— the Triangle (Research Triangle) for Raleigh (Raleigh, North Carolina) Durham (Durham, North Carolina) Chapel Hill (Chapel Hill, North Carolina) and the Triad (Piedmont Triad) for Greensboro (Greensboro, North Carolina) Winston-Salem (Winston-Salem, North Carolina) High Point (High Point, North Carolina). (The Triad now goes by the name Piedmont Triad to distinguish it from other tri-cities.) The term Charlotte USA refers to the 16-county region, which includes 12 counties in North Carolina and 4 counties in South Carolina. The term is championed by the Charlotte Regional Partnership, a non-profit organization made up of both private- and public-sector members from throughout the Charlotte region. This organization represents one of seven officially designated economic development regions in North Carolina. Charlotte USA - Charlotte Regional Partnership Region J of the North Carolina Councils of Government, of which a majority of the Charlotte area municipalities and counties belong, uses the term '''Centralina''' in its body's name, Centralina Council of Governments. This term, however, is used only sparingly among locals. Area Counties The official Charlotte metropolitan area includes the '''Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia''' MSA (Cabarrus, Chester, Gaston, Iredell, Lancaster, Lincoln, Mecklenburg, Rowan, Union and York counties). The Charlotte CSA includes all the MSA counties along with the following micropolitan areas: Albemarle and Shelby. (Census Bureau definition for CSA) Census Bureau CSA List 2013 '''WLNK''', known on the air as "107.9 The Link", is a 100,000 watt radio station in Charlotte, North Carolina. It broadcasts at 107.9 MHz, primarily serving the Charlotte metropolitan area. On air programming consists of female-oriented talk radio, combined with adult contemporary music. thumbnail right 350px Area codes of North Carolina. (Image:northcarolinaareacodes.gif) '''Area code 704''' covers Metropolitan Charlotte, in the Piedmont region of North Carolina, and also the cities of Gastonia (Gastonia, North Carolina), and Concord (Concord, North Carolina). '''Area code 980''', created as an overlay (overlay plan) in 2001, also covers the same area. The South Carolina side of the Charlotte metropolitan area is part of area code 803. Area code 704 Unencyclopedic. I suggest either deletion or redirection to Charlotte metropolitan area. Melchoir (User:Melchoir) 06:55, 27 January 2006 (UTC) '''WNKS''', known on the air as '''KISS 95.1 (KISS-FM (brand))''', is a 100,000 watt radio station in Charlotte, North Carolina. It broadcasts at 95.1 MHz from a tower in Dallas, North Carolina, primarily serving the Charlotte metropolitan area. 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near Blacksburg, South Carolina. Cultural attractions Attractions in Charlotte include the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Cultural, Discovery Place, Spirit Square, NASCAR Hall of Fame, the North Carolina Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, Children's Theatre of Charlotte, Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte, Carolina Actors Studio Theatre, Theatre Charlotte, the Charlotte Museum Of History, Levine Museum of the New South
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The '''Charlotte metropolitan area''' (also '''Metrolina''', '''Charlotte Metro''', or '''Charlotte USA''') is a metropolitan area region of North (North Carolina) and South (South Carolina) Carolina (The Carolinas) within and surrounding the city of Charlotte (Charlotte, North Carolina). Located in the Piedmont (Piedmont (United States)) of the Southeastern United States, the Charlotte metropolitan area is well known for its auto racing history (especially NASCAR). The region is headquarters to 8 Fortune 500 and 7 Fortune 1000 companies including Bank of America, Duke Energy, Nucor Steel, and Lowe's Home Improvement Stores. Additional headquarters include Harris Teeter, Food Lion, Cheerwine and Sundrop. It is also the Carolinas' largest manufacturing region. Charlotte Chamber of Commerce: Manufacturing in the Region The Charlotte MSA is the largest in the Carolinas and the fifth largest metropolitan area in the Southeastern region of the United States (Southeastern United States), behind Miami (Miami metropolitan area), Atlanta (Atlanta metropolitan area), Washington, D.C. (Washington Metropolitan Area), and Tampa (Tampa Bay Area).
The '''Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, NC-SC''' Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) OMB Bulletin No. 03-04 Attachment is defined as seven counties in North Carolina and three counties in South Carolina. The population of the MSA was 2,335,358 according to 2013 Census estimates. http: factfinder2.census.gov faces tableservices jsf pages productview.xhtml?src bkmk Charlotte is the 17th largest city and 23rd largest metro area in the United States. Charlotte is the 2nd largest city in the Southeast.
The '''Charlotte-Concord (Concord, North Carolina) ''' Combined Statistical Area (CSA) U.S. Census Bureau CSAs is a regional population area including parts of North Carolina and South Carolina with a population of 2,442,504 according to the 2012 Census estimates. U.S. Census Bureau 2011 population estimates of Combined Statistical Areas The aforementioned MSA is the only metropolitan area (as defined since 2012) included in the CSA, but there are two included micropolitan areas: Albemarle (Albemarle, North Carolina) and Shelby (Shelby, North Carolina).