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The Salvation Army Belmont Boys and Girls Clubs on Thursday unveiled its new gym floor, with help from a $50,000 contribution from Lowe’s. Earlier this year, more than 150 Lowe’s employee volunteers from 23 stores helped rip up the old ...

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Chamber hosts panel on toll lanes

With toll lanes coming to Interstate 77 and U.S. Highway 74, Charlotte residents have questions about how traffic patterns in the Queen City will be changing. The Charlotte Chamber of Commerce will host a panel discussion about this and other ...

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CBRE finalizes sale of Greenville property

CBRE’s Charlotte office has finalized the $44.7 million sale of McBee Station Apartments in Greenville, South Carolina to Atlanta-based TriBridge Residential. McBee Station is a 197-unit Class-A multifamily property. According to CBRE, the Greenville submarket had a multifamily occupancy rate ...

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Camp operators look to break LEGO record

Summer camp operator Live2Build is seeking to break the world record for the largest number of assembled LEGO interlocking brick sets. Live2Build, which runs a LEGO-oriented summer camp at Davidson College, wants to break the Guinness Book of World Record’s ...

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CREW Charlotte hits 25 years (access required)

Commercial Real Estate Women Charlotte recently celebrated its 25th anniversary, with more than 100 members attending a July 14 reception at Bonterra Dining & Wine Room in SouthEnd. CREW Charlotte, founded in 1990, seeks to advance the achievements of women ...

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FHFA holds contracting seminar (access required)

The Federal Housing Finance Agency’s Office of Minority and Women Inclusion will co-host a networking and informational seminar for minority- and women-owned businesses interested in federal government contracting opportunities.  The Aug. 12 event at George Mason University in Arlington, Virginia, ...

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