Many Charlotte-area businesses are turning to the national Democratic Party in hopes of landing work during its September 2012 convention in Charlotte. But for savvy business owners in the hospitality industry, it is only one part of their strategy. Charlotte ...Read More »
While most Mecklenburg County homeowners will receive their property revaluation notices this week, condominium owners will have to wait until at least early March. Chuck Hicks, the county’s property appraisal manager, said the reason for the delay is the AssessPro software the ...Read More »
Mooresville-based Lowe’s Cos. has made promotions in human resources, compliance, merchandising, logistics and information technology business management. William Allen is senior vice president of logistics. He is replacing Rick Damron, who is now executive vice president of store operations. Maureen ...Read More »
Fitch Ratings today rated Rowan County’s $72.7 million general obligation bonds “AA” and said the county’s outlook was “stable.” Fitch said the “stable” outlook was based on: • a stable financial profile, conservative budgeting and sound reserves; • low debt levels; • a ...Read More »
Amtrak train service between Raleigh and Charlotte will be suspended for 10 weeks starting Monday. The disruption in the Piedmont and Carolinian service will allow upgrades to be made to the railway. The North Carolina Department of Transportation, in a news release, said the ...
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FLORENCE, S.C. — A North Carolina company providing youth mentoring services in four South Carolina cities is being investigated by the Internal Revenue Service for allegedly over-billing Medicaid by more than $6 million. Federal court documents in Florence show agents ...Read More »
Two homes that predate 1850 are up for sale, a rarity in Mecklenburg County. The Grier-Rea home and Hennigan Place estate are among the oldest homes left standing in the urbanized county. The historic Grier-Rea home was nearly demolished eight ...Read More »