CONCORD – Gov. Pat McCrory and N.C. Secretary of Commerce Sharon Allred Decker are scheduled to appear in Concord on Oct. 28 at an all-day event at which Alevo Energy will officially launch its worldwide operations at the former Philip ...Read More »
RALEIGH — North Carolina’s insurance commissioner is holding a hearing on a request from companies that want to increase homeowner insurance prices by an average of more than 25 percent in January. Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin will hold the hearing Monday in Raleigh. ...Read More »
YORK, S.C. — York County officials are looking for ways to cut down on the costs of renovating the century-old courthouse. The Herald of Rock Hill reported (http://bit.ly/1wqYCqL ) the original estimate to renovate the building was a little more than ...
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CHARLOTTE –Charlotte voters will have the opportunity to either approve or deny three referenda during this year’s general election Nov. 4 that would authorize the city to issue general revenue bonds worth $145.9 million. The bonds would be used to ...Read More »
LStar Management, a real estate investment firm in Raleigh, recently announced it will be working with LIV Development of Birmingham, Ala., to build a 300-unit apartment building in the Bryton community in Huntersville. The apartment building will reside within the ...Read More »
The David Hoffman Group of Keller Williams Realty recently announced the grand opening of its latest office, in the SouthPark area of Charlotte. This is the third office for the team, which also has a presence in Ballantyne and Huntersville. ...Read More »
As home building continues to rebound around Charlotte, the city’s code enforcement staff is reminding builders who place real estate signs throughout the city to follow rules and regulations. In a letter dated Oct. 9 and sent to builders, Mark ...Read More »
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development recognized Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) investments made by the city of Charlotte on Tuesday morning at the Alexander Apartments on Statesville Avenue. The city’s current CDBG partners include the Police Activities ...Read More »
The City of Charlotte’s Engineering and Property Management Department will be holding two public meetings this month to provide information about its Northeast Corridor Infrastructure Program. The meetings will be on Oct. 28 and 29 at Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church ...
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