Despite a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Committee recommendation against building a K-8 school at the former Eastland Mall, the Charlotte City Council gave a nod to its staff’s plans to continue negotiating a land sale with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. The council also voted ...Read More »
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. ...Read More »
A state contractors’ group is taking action to better educate construction workers about safety on the job in response to an increased number of construction deaths in 2014. There were 19 construction fatalities in North Carolina last year, which accounted ...
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Nominate today! Deadline for nominations is Friday! CHARLOTTE, N.C. (January 27, 2015) – The Mecklenburg Times today announced it is seeking nominations for the 7th Annual 50 Most Influential Women Awards and making it easier than ever to submit with ...Read More »
It was all fun, games and, of course, networking at CREW’s eighth annual charity casino night April 24 at Founders Hall. Roughly 250 members attended the Commercial Real Estate Women Charlotte benefit to raise funds for the CREW Network Foundation ...Read More »
Charlotte Mayor Dan Clodfelter, Mecklenburg County Commissioner Pat Cotham and City Council members John Autry, David Howard, Patsy Kinsey, Vi Lyles and LaWana Mayfield were on hand to celebrate the winners of Sustain Charlotte’s third annual sustainability awards on April ...Read More »
On April 11, a historic landmark known as the George E. Davis House reopens its doors as the administrative center of the Foster Village Network and Guardian Scholars, a program designed to create educational opportunities for young people as they ...
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CHARLOTTE – The Burson science building sits on the rapidly modernizing campus of UNC Charlotte, about a two-minute walk from the bustling student union. Students pour in and out of the union, on their way to class or back to ...Read More »