Carolina Panthers

Michael Tomsic / WFAE

Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy will not play again until his domestic violence case is resolved. The Panthers announced Wednesday that the team, the NFL and Hardy agreed he should take a voluntary leave with pay. In July, a judge found Hardy guilty of two misdemeanor counts of domestic violence. Hardy appealed and is waiting on a jury trial.    

DOT Seeks Sponsors To Pay For Roads

Sep 7, 2014

Could North Carolina’s roads soon come with corporate sponsors? The state Department of Transportation is launching a plan to generate revenue by selling advertising and naming rights on highway shoulders, rest areas, ferries, websites, and even those yellow Motorist Assistance Patrol trucks.

NC Shakespeare Festival Shuts Down

Aug 17, 2014

Financial troubles have brought down the curtain on the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival in High Point. Trustees of the nonprofit professional theater company confirmed last week that the festival has shut down after 37 years.  Officials told the Greensboro News & Record the organization would not have the money to program a 2014-2015 season. Mark Woods and Stuart Brooks founded the festival in 1977.

Request For Restraining Order Against Panthers’ Greg Hardy Dismissed, But He Must Surrender Firearms

May 15, 2014
Davie Hinshaw / Charlotte Observer

A request for a temporary restraining order against Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy was dismissed by Judge Charlotte Brown on Thursday when his accuser failed to appear at a civil hearing in Charlotte.

But a short time later, Judge Becky Thorne Tin, the judge who presided over Hardy’s bond hearing Wednesday on two misdemeanor charges, amended the conditions of the bond, requiring Hardy to turn over all of his weapons and firearms.

Davie Hinshaw / Charlotte Observer

A domestic violence complaint against Carolina Panthers star defensive end Greg Hardy characterizes him as a man in rage in an incident that led to him being arrested on misdemeanor charges of assault and communicating threats. But 911 tapes released by CMPD give conflicting accounts.

Carolina Panthers’ Greg Hardy’s Accuser Says He Threw Her On Couch ‘Covered’ With Guns

May 14, 2014
Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office

Carolina Panthers Pro Bowl defensive end Greg Hardy was released on bond Wednesday, but not before a Mecklenburg County judge described him as a potential threat to the girlfriend he’s accused of beating up.

Hardy, 25, an NFL Pro-Bowler last season, was arrested Tuesday on misdemeanor charges of assault on a female and communicating a threat.

Panthers Go 'Big' With First Round NFL Draft Pick

May 9, 2014
Associated Press

The NFL completed the first round of their draft last night. And, the Carolina Panthers made a “big” pick.

This week's show includes archival tape that involves Steve Smith and former Panthers backup quarterback Josh McCown. Greg and Ben also debate the Panthers' decision to cut Smith.

In more important matters, Greg, Lisa and Ben discuss the challenges that some immigrants have in paying for college, and why a solar energy idea was shelved.


Carolina Panthers Release Steve Smith

Mar 13, 2014

The Panthers made it official Thursday, parting ways with the best player in franchise history when they released longtime receiver Steve Smith.

The Panthers made the announcement in a press release and are not expected to hold a press conference.

Panthers veteran offensive tackle Jordan Gross has decided to retire after 11 seasons, the team confirmed Tuesday.

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