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Checking back in: Renovations could bring Checkers back to Bojangles’ (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – The City Council is expected to vote Dec. 8 on approving $16 million for phase one renovations to Bojangles’ Coliseum, including $4 million in upgrades that, if approved, could result in the Charlotte Checkers moving their minor-league hockey ...

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Immigration changes could boost housing sales (access required)

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President Barack Obama’s decision to weather a Republican backlash and reform immigration regulations could have a significant impact on the housing market. In allowing millions of undocumented residents to work legally and avoid the threat of deportation, Obama is opening ...

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Council hears Quail Hollow plans; Halvorsen, Marsh projects get the green light (access required)

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Dee Dee Harris requested Monday night that the Charlotte City Council approve changes to her rezoning petition to develop Quail Hollow Village, telling City Council members, “This is not a rezoning. It’s an amendment to rezoning.” Harris said the modifications ...

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Niners living finer: City wrestles with impacts of evolving student housing near UNCC (access required)

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Off-campus student housing is no longer what it used to be – and that has created several quandaries for local policy makers contending with density, zoning and student safety in north Charlotte. Developers around UNC Charlotte have steadily been building ...

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