RALEIGH — Energy companies that want to build a natural gas pipeline through three states plan to hold public meetings on the project this week in North Carolina. The proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline would run 550 miles from West Virginia, through Virginia ...Read More »
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COLUMBUS, Ohio – New state laws that took effect Thursday give livestock in California more living room, approve direct-to-consumer wine shipments in Massachusetts and levy the ultimate punishment on wannabe teen drivers in Nevada by denying them licenses if they ...
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DENVER – The company building Denver’s new Veterans Administration hospital has stopped construction after a federal board of appeals ruled that the VA breached its contract. Kiewit-Turner is halting work after the U.S. Civilian Board of Contract Appeals determined that ...Read More »
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Internet websites like Airbnb are making it easy and lucrative for homeowners to rent out their properties to vacationers for a few nights at a time. But that has left cities across the state struggling with how ...
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CHARLOTTE — The politician named Charlotte’s mayor after his predecessor was busted on federal corruption charges wants to earn the job from voters himself. Multiple media outlets reported that Dan Clodfelter filed documents with the Mecklenburg County elections board laying ...Read More »
ST. LOUIS — The annual study of moving trends by the nation’s largest moving company shows that Oregon and the Carolinas are seeing more people move in, while people are leaving the Northeast. United Van Lines released details of its 38th annual ...Read More »
VASS — North Carolina officials have ordered a golf resort in Moore County to lower the level of its 1,200-acre lake because a dam is unsafe. The Fayetteville Observer reports (http://bit.ly/1BlkpjW ) Woodlake Resort and Country Club must also submit a plan to fix ...Read More »
WILMINGTON — Economic development leaders in southeastern North Carolina have commissioned a study to learn how the hiring of 1,300 people by one company will affect the supply of workers in the area. Leaders want to analyze the labor pool because Vertex Rail ...
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