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A groundbreaking 
gone virtual (access required)

Kannapolis officials held a “virtual groundbreaking” at the North Carolina Research Campus a week ago today to promote the second phase of a statewide project to bring broadband access to rural areas, including some in the Charlotte area. The $105 million project, funded ...

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Warriors welcome (access required)

For cubicle dwellers yearning to shed the suit and tie and tap into their inner warrior, their opportunity has finally arrived. From Aug. 27-28, Huntersville will be the site of Warrior Dash, during which participants will take on a grueling ...

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Too old too fail (access required)

Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan faced stiff questioning from investors during a conference call last week. Moynihan seemed pretty calm, though, despite the bank’s stock prices being down more than 40 percent over the year and the fact that ...

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buzz (access required)

North Carolina planners have had to deal with all sorts of odd issues this year, from yurts to medical marijuana to chickens running rampant. We’re not making any of this stuff up. So what’s the latest talk of the town ...

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