The State Historic Preservation Office and the city of Greensboro will host a Historic Preservation Commission Training from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Feb. 18. The training will cover meeting policy, procedures, ethics and conduct, case studies and tours. The training is ...Read More »
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The towns of Harrisburg and Indian Trail were recently ranked among the top 10 most affordable housing markets in North Carolina by SmartAsset. Cities with populations greater than 5,000 qualified for the ranking, and financial website SmartAsset analyzed cities based ...Read More »
RALEIGH – A statewide foreclosure prevention effort has now enabled more than 18,000 North Carolina homeowners to save their homes since the program began in 2010. The N.C. Foreclosure Prevention Fund makes monthly mortgage payments on behalf of qualified unemployed ...Read More »
The Carolina Chapter of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) will host a geographic information system conference from Feb. 25-27 in Raleigh. Topics include data resources, demonstrations of new applications, emerging technologies and the relationship between GIS and ...Read More »
The work of several Charlotte companies was honored with a regional award in wood design for the team’s renovation of the UNC Greensboro dining hall. The award was announced Tuesday by the Wood Products Council at the 2015 Wood Design ...Read More »
Nominate today! Deadline for nominations is Friday! CHARLOTTE, N.C. (January 27, 2015) – The Mecklenburg Times today announced it is seeking nominations for the 7th Annual 50 Most Influential Women Awards and making it easier than ever to submit with ...
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The Department of the Interior has named the town of Matthews a Preserve America Community, making it the 30th in the state to receive the honor. The designation is awarded to communities that protect and celebrate their heritage, use their ...Read More »
ASHEVILLE – The city of Asheville is seeking consultant services to develop a proposed form-based code, meant to supersede, either entirely or in part, the current zoning ordinance and other land development regulations that apply to an area in the ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The Mint Museum has announced speakers for its 2015 Contemporary Architecture + Design lecture series, now entering its fourth year. The series, aimed at exploring innovative perspectives and insightful stories on architecture and design, brings four speaker events ...Read More »
The National Association of the Remodeling Industry released its fourth-quarter “Remodeling Business Pulse” data of current and future remodeling business conditions, which continue to point to growth. Currently 67 percent of remodelers nationwide are seeing growth compared to only 15 ...
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