WILKESBORO — An unsuccessful U.S. Senate candidate in 2014 says she’ll run for North Carolina insurance commissioner in 2016. Heather Grant of Wilkes County announced her bid Friday to seek the Republican Party’s nomination for the job. Current Democratic incumbent Wayne ...Read More »
MOORESVILLE — North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory says it’s too late for the state to change its mind on using toll lanes to expand Interstate 77 north of Charlotte. The Charlotte Observer reports that McCrory said during a stop Friday in ...Read More »
DAVIDSON — Two public information sessions about the town’s plans for the Downtown Catalyst Project will be held Wednesday at Town Hall, from 9-11 a.m. and from 5-7 p.m. Both sessions will provide an overview of the project and 3-D ...Read More »
The Carolinas Associated General Contractors last week unveiled its “Safely Home” initiative during a Durham luncheon with N.C. Labor Commissioner Cherie Berry as the featured speaker. Berry highlighted recent trends in construction-related injuries and fatalities and applauded CAGC’s effort to ...
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Weichert Realtors Rebhan & Associates has announced that Bill Allen and Tommy Williams were the first-quarter sales leaders. Both achieved the top closed volume honors. The office serves the counties of Mecklenburg, Union, Iredell, Gaston and Cabarrus counties in North ...Read More »
MARVIN – The Village Council last week gave final plat approval to two phases of the Courtyards of Marvin, an age-restricted community comprising 61 single-family lots on Providence Road, just north of Bonds Grove Church Road. Epcon Communities is developing ...
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CHARLESTON, S.C. — Several people accused in a kickback and corruption scheme at South Carolina State University are set to be sentenced. The Times and Democrat of Orangeburg reports that the six who have admitted to being involved in various ...Read More »