CHARLOTTE – On their fourth try, about 150 Myers Park homeowners living near Queens University last week won a court victory in their fight against the city of Charlotte over two new buildings that opened on the private school’s campus ...Read More »
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WAXHAW – Waxhaw police on Thursday morning identified the worker killed Tuesday in a construction site accident as Gilberto Cruz, 31, of Lincolnton. The N.C. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health division is investigating the fatality. The construction worker ...Read More »
Just north of Fort Mill, in the area of unincorporated York County known as Fort Mill Township, the York County Council last week approved a rezoning petition allowing light industrial-office development on 38 acres west of the S.C. Welcome Center ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The City Council this week unanimously approved an under-protest rezoning petition that allows 15 single-family homes to be developed on Sardis Road between Waverly Hall and Chevron roads. Sardis Road Land Co. requested the 5-acre rezoning from an ...
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CHARLOTTE – Two defendants in a $1.7 million “straw-buyer” mortgage fraud conspiracy that targeted Charlotte-area homes in the mid- to late 2000s were sentenced to prison this week. Gregory D. Anderson, 47, of Kingstree, S.C., on Tuesday was sentenced to ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – A public-private venture to develop a $76.7 million amateur sports complex on land around Bojangles Coliseum is on hold while negotiations continue, a spokeswoman for the nonprofit Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority said this week. In June, GoodSports Enterprises ...
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CHARLOTTE – After additional monetary penalties were added if Levine Properties does not live up to its part of the bargain, the City Council on Monday OK’d changes to a public-private development agreement for a long-delayed revitalization effort in Uptown’s ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – David Botsko is a double agent. For 27 years, Botsko was a federal investigator. After he “retired,” he put in 11 years running the fraud investigation arm of Arizona’s Medicaid agency. Now, at 67, after “retiring” again, in ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – As the first 90 retailers get ready for Thursday’s grand opening of the Charlotte Premium Outlets mall, three future tenants of the 400,000-square-foot mall have been announced. Clarks Bostonian shoes, Travelpro luggage and Maurices young women’s fashion outlets ...Read More »
FORT MILL – The Town Council this week approved a mixed-use, 235-unit subdivision with up to 170,000 square feet of commercial space. At same meeting, on Monday morning, the council deferred a 150-unit town house-only community pending a revised traffic ...Read More »