Snyder’s-Lance today said it will partner with the Armed Forces Foundation beginning in May in a program to support military causes. The nationwide initiative will support the AFF’s mission of promoting the morale, welfare and quality of life of U.S. armed ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Snyder’s-Lance today said it will lower the amount of sodium in 13 Lance sandwich cracker products to meet National Salt Reduction Initiative guidelines. NSRI is a nationwide effort among 72 local and state health departments and health organizations to ...
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The steel frame for what Charlotte Motor Speedway calls the world’s largest high-definition video board is going up. An event to “top out” the frame is set for Thursday at the speedway’s backstretch. When a construction project is topped out, it means ...
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RALEIGH — Whether North Carolina makes health insurance as easy for individuals and small businesses to shop for as a plane ticket on a travel website could be left up to an oversight board on which business interests outnumber consumer ...Read More »
The Charlotte City Council will continue to accept public comments on a plan for Independence Boulevard until a council meeting at 7 p.m. April 11. Some residents requested that the public comment period remain open, while others wanted a decision ...Read More »
From 2000 to 2010, North Carolina’s population grew 18.5 percent from 2000, according to 2010 Census Bureau data. That growth is the result of three factors combined — job opportunities, the state’s central location on the East Coast and nice weather ...Read More »
A Madison Park resident spoke out Monday against a sidewalk proposed for his neighborhood, saying it would require the city to encroach onto one-third of his yard. Despite the objections of Benjamin Vandiver, the City Council unanimously approved the construction of ...
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It was a cautionary victory for Charlotte’s cabbies. On Monday, the City Council decided to defer a vote on a proposal that would reduce the number drivers and taxicab companies that service Charlotte/Douglas International Airport from 12 to three. But ...
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