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Tiger: The roar and the uproar (access required)

By Sam Boykin The eighth annual Quail Hollow Championship promises to be like none other. Charlotte’s premier golfing tournament is coming off a bit of rough patch. It’s usually an automatic — and early  — sellout, but ticket sales were ...

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Crane safety: Why mistakes don’t happen (access required)

By Greg Lacour Three years ago, giant construction cranes sprouted from uptown Charlotte’s skyline like so many oversized TV antennae. The recession has taken care of most of that. Gazing across Uptown these days, you see a grand total of ...

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One sign of the rebound: HomeArama is back (access required)

By Hannah Mitchell Officials of the Home Builders Association of Charlotte are hoping that for the first time in three years their fall luxury-home marketing event will escape the impact of a down economy. Last year, the association canceled the ...

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