After health officials issued warnings Thursday about eating fish from the Catawba River, David Merryman, Catawba riverkeeper, wants to know where the polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, are coming from. Health officials in North and South Carolina are urging the public to not ...Read More »
The Penguin, a Charlotte restaurant that has become a tourist destination, will reopen Jan. 15 after being shuttered for renovations, the eatery announced Friday. The restaurant, which first opened in 1954, has been closed since October. Known for its fried pickles, the ...Read More »
You have to spend money to make money. Such seems to be the logic behind the Business Investment Program, in which Mecklenburg County, usually in conjunction with the city of Charlotte, awards grants to businesses building new facilities in the ...Read More »
When the last donation was dropped off the night of Dec. 31, the number of donations made to Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont was up 7.9 percent over 2009. Donations in the last week of the year accounted for ...Read More »
Charlotte-area home prices are expected to fall 4 percent in 2011, according to the Truckee, Calif.-based Clear Capital. On Thursday, the company released its monthly Home Data Index Market report, saying home prices declined in 70 percent of major U.S. ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Duvall Investment Group said Wednesday that it has formed a joint venture with Community Association Management Specialists of Wilmington. Duvall, based at 212 S. Tryon St., said the new company will be called Duvall/CAMS Management. The companies specialize in managing community associations ...
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The first in a series of public meetings on Mecklenburg County’s property revaluation process will take place tonight. The meeting, for property owners in District 5, is set for 7 p.m. at Alexander Graham Middle School, 1800 Runnymede Lane, in ...Read More »