RALEIGH — Duke Energy Corp.’s top executive urged regulators Tuesday to allow it to keep laying groundwork for a potential new $11 billion nuclear plant. The Charlotte-based company wants regulators to let it spend up to $459 million in development ...Read More »
STATESVILLE — A former employee at a school in Statesville has been arrested and charged with embezzlement from the school. The Statesville Record & Landmark reported today that 37-year-old Crystal Juanita Wilson of Claremont is charged with 13 counts of ...Read More »
Hampton Inn and Suites said it will open a hotel in Huntersville. The hotel will have 125 rooms, making it the second-largest hotel in Huntersville, Davidson and Cornelius and the largest in Huntersville, the hotel said in a press release. ...Read More »
Bass Pro Shop’s Bassmaster Southern Open is expected to have an economic impact of $479,000 during its March 24-26 run, Visit Lake Norman said. About 400 anglers and co-anglers are expected to compete in the tournament. Bass Anglers Sportsman Society, which ...
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Charlotte-based cable TV network Speed said it is rolling out new shows this summer. From the producers of the slapstick network competition show “Wipeout,” the network has received a demo for a 60-minute game show called “Whipped.” The show allows contestants ...Read More »
Charlotte-based LendingTree said it has launched a second-generation loan marketplace, LoanExplorer. LoanExplorer is an all-in-one mortgage pricing solution designed specifically for consumers, lenders and publishers, the company said. With LoanExplorer, consumers can access a “real-time, informative mortgage shopping experience” by anonymously comparing loan product ...Read More »
Eligible bidders for two historic NoDa Mills have until March 24 to come up with at least $1.24 million to stay in the running. The bidding war is now in round four since Merrifield Patrick Vermillion submitted an upset bid of ...Read More »