New York-based New Media Investment Group said Friday it has an agreement to purchase the Business Information Division of Dolan LLC, the Minneapolis-based parent of The Mecklenburg Times and more than three dozen properties across the nation. New Media, which ...Read More »
The Mecklenburg County Commissioners on Tuesday unanimously approved the addition of 20 positions to the county’s Code Enforcement Department and awarded a $4.3 million contract to Edifice Inc. for improvements at three Charlotte parks. In its request to fill the ...Read More »
The Charlotte City Council adopted a resolution Monday to issue up to $8 million in bonds to finance an affordable-housing development in Belmont. The multifamily housing revenue bonds will fund the construction of the Allen Street Residences, a 112-unit rental ...
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The North Carolina Metropolitan Mayors Coalition has elected Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer to be its chairwoman and Cornelius Mayor Chuck Travis to be its vice chairman. Greenville Mayor Allen Thomas will serve as the treasurer of the bipartisan group, which ...Read More »
North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark Martin addresses the crowd Nov. 9 at the Charles R. Jonas Federal Building in Charlotte during a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the building’s groundbreaking and laying of the cornerstone, which still ...Read More »
For a second time, the Village of Wesley Chapel Village Council on Monday sent a proposal for conservation subdivisions back to the Planning Board. The council wants the Planning Board to reduce the minimum size for such subdivisions, as well ...
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The Connect NC Committee has formed a bipartisan team to assist the organization with a statewide campaign to get a $2 billion bond measure passed. The committee named Chris Sinclair, Alastair Macaulay and Brad Crone to the team. Sinclair and ...Read More »
The Mooresville Board of Commissioners voted 5-0 Monday night to rezone more than 50 acres for a developer to build additional homes in a proposed subdivision. The commissioners’ approval to rezone the 50.9 acres from R2 single-family residential, which allows ...
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