Construction is expected to begin next year on a $4.5 million new police headquarters in Pineville, Police Chief Rob Merchant said. Pineville-based Randolph & Son Builders is the contractor on the project, which will consist of the main 24,000-square-foot headquarters and a small ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Duke Energy has named its 2010 Power Partner award winners. Duke gives the award to customers who ”go above and beyond to reduce their energy usage or implement innovative energy solutions to power their businesses,” the company said in a ...Read More »
Charlotte/Douglas International Airport was No. 6 among the busiest U.S. airports in September, with 1.57 million passengers traveling through, a 19.6 percent increase over September 2009, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics. It was the largest increase ...Read More »
Tom McKittrick, president of Forsite Development, the developer of the ReVenture Park project, said his company has abandoned plans to use a Statesville Avenue site for a processing center for county garbage that would be burned to make electricity. An Amble ...Read More »
A piece of Springbrook subdivision on Sardis Road North in Charlotte is scheduled to be sold 2 p.m. Jan. 4 in a foreclosure sale at the Mecklenburg County Courthouse. According to court documents filed Wednesday, the foreclosed property was originally ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is taking $1.2 billion in high-speed rail money away from Ohio and Wisconsin and awarding it to 12 other states, including North Carolina, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said Thursday, according to The Associated Press. Ohio ...Read More »
INDIANAPOLIS — Duke Energy Corp. and Indiana consumer advocates say secret e-mails disclosed in The Indianapolis Star raise questions that affect a deal on cost overruns at the company’s $2.9 billion Edwardsport coal gasification project. The Charlotte, N.C.-based company and ...Read More »
BATON ROUGE, La. — A Monroe man is accused of scamming nearly $1.2 million from at least 181 investors in eight states. A grand jury in Monroe charged Silas J. Mayeux, 57, Thursday with racketeering, felony theft and two securities ...Read More »
Surrounded by vacant and decrepit-looking shopping centers, hotels, restaurants and car lots, Independence Park is one of the last places still showing signs of life along a blighted stretch of highway just minutes from uptown. But Alec Polites said the ...
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Kris Molander hunched over a map spread out on a table showing a network of pink and green lines snaking through Iredell County. The lines represented proposed sections of the Carolina Thread Trail, an ambitious and far-reaching network of greenways ...
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