Keep Mecklenburg Beautiful recycled 48 percent of the garbage generated by tailgating fans during the Carolina Panthers game Sunday against the Chicago Bears. The recycling figure was released today during a Keep Mecklenburg Beautiful board meeting. With the help of fans, Keep ...Read More »
HICKORY — Police used dogs today to search for a missing 10-year-old girl whose fight with bone cancer has left her with a prosthetic leg and hearing aids in both ears. Her father, meanwhile, said it was possible the girl’s ...Read More »
The executive director of the Sierra Club will visit Charlotte Oct. 20, Bill Gupton, chairman of the Central Piedmont Sierra Club, said today. Michael Brune will spend the afternoon with Gupton’s group to discuss ways to make students more active ...Read More »
Residential real estate closings dropped 14.8 percent in September compared with a year ago, the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association said today. Closings dropped to 1,658 from 1,945, 2.7 percent lower than the 1,704 closings in August. The average sales price for September was ...
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After receiving a letter this week from the North Carolina attorney general asking the company to suspend foreclosures, Charlotte-based Bank of America today said it will stop foreclosure sales in all 50 states. “Bank of America has extended our review ...Read More »
The Charlotte Area Transit System said it will hold five public meetings this month to gather community input to be used in developing the 2013-18 Countywide Transit System Plan. The plan serves as a guideline for CATS in determining what ...Read More »
Charlotte has received $16.9 million in State Street Aid funding from the North Carolina Department of Transportation, the largest amount given to 508 total municipalities across the state. Funds from State Street Aid, also known as the Powell Bill Fund, ...Read More »
Age: 36 Family: wife, Reagan; children, Brayden, 5, Camden, 2 Education: bachelor’s degree in business administration in accounting from Central Michigan University After Matt Stille graduated in December 1997 from Central Michigan University, he had had enough of Michigan’s winters. “Quite frankly, ...Read More »
A look at happenings in local government Commission votes down immigration proposal The Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners on Monday voted down a proposal by Commissioner Bill James to request more information from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security about how ...
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