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I-77 toll-lane battle heats up (access required)

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While the Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization could waylay plans for the construction of toll roads on a 26-mile stretch of Interstate 77, such a move would have immense implications for other road projects in the region. That’s according to ...

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Chamber outlines goals for 2016 (access required)

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Incoming Charlotte Chamber Chairman Ned Curran told some 1,700 members of Charlotte’s business community Tuesday night that job creation, passing bond packages and coordinating an economic-development strategy will be the chamber’s priorities in the coming year. Curran, who also is ...

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Lowe’s CEO donates $2.5M to Belk College (access required)

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UNC Charlotte alumnus and Lowe’s Cos. Inc. Chief Executive Robert Niblock has donated $2.5 million to the school’s Belk College of Business. The funds will support the college’s Student Center for Professional Development, which will be named the Robert A. ...

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