PITTSBORO, N.C. — Gov. Beverly Perdue is bringing together an eclectic group to highlight a new effort to reduce North Carolina government bureaucracy. Perdue scheduled an announcement at a Chatham County elementary school today to discuss how her administration will ...Read More »
NEWTON, N.C. — Dozens of investigators searched a North Carolina landfill today for evidence in the disappearance of a disabled 10-year-old girl. As Hickory police and FBI agents checked mounds of trash in Caldwell County, a judge at a nearby ...Read More »
The Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners deferred a vote Tuesday night to give $75,000 to a library task force, saying more time was needed to learn where the money would be going. At the commissioners meeting, county manager Harry Jones requested that the ...Read More »
Mecklenburg County’s Department of Social Services has recommended Monarch, an Albemarle-based nonprofit, to take over some of the services that had been offered by Mecklenburg Open Door, a county contractor that has come under scrutiny for unauthorized expenses. County General Manager Michelle Lancaster-Sandlin ...Read More »
More residential and general construction permits were issued in September than a year ago, according to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Land Use and Environmental Services Agency. There were 3,255 residential construction permits issued in September, up 5 percent from 3,113 in September ...Read More »
HUNTERSVILLE — A German-based maker of fabrics used to make strong but lightweight composite materials is expanding its North Carolina plant and adding nearly 180 jobs. Gov. Beverly Perdue announced Tuesday that SAERTEX USA will expand its Huntersville factory, investing ...Read More »
It was Sept. 16, the night before his first Business Advisory Committee meeting as chairman, that Eric Dudley received a call from Kevin Monroe, assistant to Mayor Anthony Foxx, saying that there had been a mistake. “He said there had ...Read More »
Charlotte/Douglas International Airport was the eighth most used airport in July, up from No. 11 a year ago, according to a report released Friday by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics. The 1.7 million emplaned passengers traveling ...
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The North Carolina Division of Water Quality plans to hold a public hearing from 7 to 9 p.m. today to discuss water-discharge permits for Duke Energy Corp.’s three coal-fired power plants along the Catawba River. The hearing on the permits, which ...
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