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50 Most Influential Women


Created to spotlight the 50 Influential Women in the Charlotte region who are working within the business, government, education and non-profit fields. Thanks to everyone who made our event such a success. The 50 Most Influential Women event was created to recognize ...

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We’re updating our website

computer forensics

Beginning on Thursday, we’ll be updating our web site! Readers can expect a new, sleek design experience as we transition to a new design theme known as “responsive” design. Our current website is designed for optimum viewing efficiency when read ...

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Public Notice (access required)

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Before a bank can foreclose, government hold a hearing, an administrator settle the debts of the departed, they must first publish a notice to the public. Public notices affect rights, property and tax dollars. Ultimately, they keep you informed about ...

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Public Records (access required)

mortgage deed

Records The Mecklenburg Times’ Public Records data are business leads every business owner can use. Within our records, you can find the most recent filings, from bankruptcies to foreclosures. Below is a list of records you can search: Foreclosure records – ...

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Commercial Confidential: Matthews Corners (access required)

Despite heavy retail competition, Matthews Corners has almost no vacancy.  Photo by Payton Guion

It sits at the intersection of Matthews Township and Northeast parkways, but Matthews Corners hasn’t cornered the market for attracting shoppers. The 167,459-square-foot shopping center is literally on the corner of the busiest section of retail in the town of Matthews.

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The highest- and lowest-priced single-family home sales from April 22 to April 28 (access required)

124 Iron Gate Circle, Mooresville

Selling this home on Lake Norman was more about horses than humans for listing agent Debbie Monroe, a broker with Lake Norman Realty. “It was one of the rare properties on Lake Norman where you can keep your horses,” Monroe said. “It had approximately 10 acres of land total and it was on the waterfront at Lake Norman and that was a selling point for the eventual buyers.”

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