In 2012, Harris Teeter is providing some good news for local construction crews. This year it will remodel five of its stores in the Queen City, plus tear down a store to replace it with a larger one.
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If every step of the process goes as planned, the Lynx Blue Line extension to the UNC-Charlotte could operate as early as 2017. Five years might seem a long ways off, but some property owners and property managers already see dollar signs.Read More »
For some in the Charlotte-area construction industry, which has been decimated by the Great Recession, spring has already arrived. The boom isn’t spread across the region. Rather, it can be found in University City, thanks to projects at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and University Research Park.Read More »
On Sunday, Mecklenburg County’s code enforcement department is expected to take another step toward going paperless.Read More »
During the recent Great Recession, every sector of the architecture business hit rock bottom. But now, as some faint glimmerings of recovery are beginning to appear, not all firms are equally participating in the uptick. Some companies are adding employees. ...Read More »
In these tough economic times, nonprofit social service agencies are being increasingly pressured by donors — including government — to operate more like a business. Although nonprofits are concerned with the public good, not with private returns, two Charlotte nonprofits ...Read More »
When the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics announced unionization rates for each state in January, North Carolina was once again dead last with a rate of 3.2 percent. Yet it is a union — Local 322 of the International Alliance ...Read More »