What’s closed in Charlotte on Sunday as Florence batters the region?

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As residents in the Carolinas hunker down amid the continued heavy rains and strong winds from Florence Sunday, several businesses are closed, and some public services are on hold.

From grocery stores to malls to public transit, the following is a running list of closures/service suspensions in Charlotte Sunday. This list will be updated periodically. If you have any updates to share, please reach out to kperalta@charlotteobserver.com or kpurvis@charlotteobserver.com.

CityLYNX Gold Line streetcar service will not be running Sunday.

Two Food Lion stores: The grocer’s website has an extensive list of store closings in the Carolinas and Virginia, including 2123 Beatties Ford Road and 931 N. Wendover Road in Charlotte.

Walmart: The Supercenter at 3240 Wilkinson Blvd. was closed Sunday, but all other Charlotte-area stores were open. Check the company’s website, www.walmart.com, for a complete listing of store status.

Northlake Mall is closed Sunday.

Breweries: Resident Culture, Unknown, Lenny Boy, Thirsty Nomad, Bold Missy are all closed on Sunday. Other breweries may have limited hours — your best bet is to check their Instagram pages for updates.

Restaurants: 300 East, The Stanley, Little Spoon, Pure Pizza, Reid’s and Zeppelin.

Charlotte Mecklenburg Library: All locations closed Sunday. The library said book drops will be locked, and customers do not pay fines for closed days.

Earl’s Market is closed Sunday.

Pike Nurseries: All Charlotte locations closed Sunday.

Friendship Trays has canceled Monday deliveries of meals, according to executive director Lucy Bush Carter. Volunteers dropped off emergency packs of nonperishable food during Thursday and Friday deliveries of meals for shut-ins and the elderly. Regular deliveries are hoped to resume Tuesday.

CATS says some bus routes may be affected by Sunday’s weather. For service updates, passengers can visit https://bit.ly/2KRKJwA or call CATS Customer Service at 704-336-RIDE (7433).

For other grocers, all Publix, Harris Teeter, Target Bi-Lo stores in the Charlotte region are operating normal hours Sunday.

As far as specialty grocers and delis are concerned, Common Market is operating all its locations Sunday; Rhino Market is open on Morehead until 4 p.m. and closed uptown Sunday; Laurel Market is open until 1 p.m.; NoDa Bodega closes at 2 p.m.

Many restaurants attached to hotels are open, including The Asbury at The Dunhill and Stoke at the Marriott City Center.

Charlotte Premium Outlets, SouthPark mall, Concord Mills and Carolina Place are all open Sunday, although individual retailers may opt to close. All Charlotte-area Lowe’s stores are open.

All runways at Charlotte Douglas Regional Airport are open, although passengers are advised to check with their respective carriers for flight status updates.

Katherine Peralta: 704-358-5079, @katieperalta