Retired Army Sgt. Stuart Colon (at the podium); his wife, Kimberly (on the far right); and daughter, Chelsey, 9, were given the keys to their new 1,947-square-foot home in Harrisburg on Friday. The home was donated by Meritage Homes Corp. ...Read More »
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On November 7, 1940, at 11 a.m., the Tacoma Narrows Bridge collapsed into Puget Sound just four months after its opening. Although locals had wanted a bridge between Tacoma and the Kitsap Peninsula for decades, it wasn’t until the U.S. ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Two more former high-level executives at Charlotte-based cleaning company Swisher Hygiene have been charged in connection with an accounting fraud case. Former Chief Financial Officer Michael Kipp, 61, of Charlotte and former External Reporting Director Joanne Viard, 36, ...
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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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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 ...Read More »