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Local restaurant joins The Metropolitan (access required)

The Metropolitan mixed-use development in Midtown is adding locally owned Pizzeria Omaggio to its roster of restaurants. Pizzeria Omaggio will feature traditional Italian dishes, as well as Italian/American fare for lunch and dinner. Menu items will include antipasti dishes, soups, ...

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U.S. Treasury secretary to visit Charlotte

U.S.  Treasury Secretary Jacob J.  Lew is coming to Charlotte on Wednesday to tour Corning’s Midland facility. The visit to the plant, which manufactures and develops optical fiber, is being used to highlight President Barack Obama’s commitment to fostering economic ...

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SouthPark Mall adds tenants (access required)

SouthPark Mall is adding several stores and a dining option over the coming months. Beginning this fall, the shopping venue will feature luxury handbag retailer Brahmin and Disney Store, which will carry merchandise supporting Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars ...

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Atlanta developer buys Mooresville tract (access required)

Real estate developer and investment firm Cornerstone Partners has bought a 3.6 acre parcel in Mooresville from Walgreen Co. The purchase was part of Cornerstone’s acquisition of 10 parcels in Georgia, North Carolina and Florida from the drugstore chain. The ...

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Mortgage lender expands into Charlotte (access required)

Mortgage lender Angel Oak Home Loans is opening multiple branches across North Carolina, in Charlotte, Cary, Raleigh and Wilmington. The Atlanta-based company says it is expanding here because the N.C. housing market is experiencing rapid growth in sales and construction. ...

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Charlotte Post hosts forum for mayoral candidates

The Charlotte Post newspaper is hosting a breakfast forum Aug. 28 featuring Charlotte’s mayoral candidates. During the event, candidates will discuss their visions for the city, answer queries from journalists and respond to audience questions. Democratic candidates attending the breakfast ...

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