UNC Charlotte Chancellor Philip Dubois likes to share a joke at the onset of speaking engagements. So he was ready with a good one to warm up the crowd before last week’s announcement that Childress Klein Properties was donating $2.5 ...Read More »
Although home sales in the Charlotte market dropped off in August from July, they are at an eight-year high for the first eight months of the year, according to RealtyTrac. Sales of single-family residences and condos grew to 22,262 between ...Read More »
The town of Cornelius Board of Commissioners approved an automobile sales district overlay Monday night to encourage more dealerships to open in town. Commissioners voted 4-0 in favor of the district. Commissioner Dave Gilroy was absent and Mayor Chuck Travis ...Read More »
A panel of economic development and business professionals said Monday that Charlotte’s economic future for the most part looks bright, but there are some reasons to be concerned, such as stagnant wages. The panelists shared their insights at an event ...Read More »
For a man operating under tight deadlines, George Hite doesn’t appear the least bit anxious. He strides through the vast corridors of Bojangles’ Coliseum as if in his second home, stopping occasionally to direct a lost patron, shake hands, or ...
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