An air-duct cleaning company operating under fictitious business names in the Charlotte area has topped the Better Business Bureau’s 2014 Dirty Dozen List of the top local companies with the most unanswered and unresolved complaints last year. The companies holding ...Read More »
Nominate today! Deadline for nominations is Friday! CHARLOTTE, N.C. (January 27, 2015) – The Mecklenburg Times today announced it is seeking nominations for the 7th Annual 50 Most Influential Women Awards and making it easier than ever to submit with ...
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The first legislative bill filed in the N.C. General Assembly’s 2015 session seeks to amend the state Constitution to clarify language on when private property can be taken by governmental bodies through eminent domain and to require just compensation and ...Read More »
As the concrete and steel of Davidson College’s New Academic Building (NAB) rise slowly to fill a 15-foot-deep hole behind Martin Science Building, the enormous structure is already nearly complete in cyberspace. A collaboration of its construction partners is employing ...
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The N.C. Real Estate Commission plans to reinstate a Charlotte Realtor’s license March 1 following a suspension stemming from violations of state laws and regulations. James Eugene Smith Jr. and his company, Executive Sellers LLC near Northlake Mall, will be ...Read More »
Despite low inventory, sales of existing homes nationally increased 2.4 percent in December from November, according to a report released by the National Association of Realtors. Total existing-home sales rose to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.04 million last ...Read More »
The Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia area fares better than the national average when looking at underwater residences, according to a RealtyTrac analysis. Eight percent of homes in the area with a mortgage had a loan-to-value ratio of 125 percent or more in the ...Read More »
Mayor Dan Clodfelter has an impressive resume. The 64-year-old Thomasville native attended Davidson College, where he was named a Rhodes Scholar, enabling him to head off to earn a second bachelor’s degree at Oxford University and, later, a law degree ...Read More »
Opponents of plans to install toll lanes on Interstate 77 filed a lawsuit Tuesday morning in Mecklenburg County Superior Court that aims to stop the project. Widen I-77 has hired attorney Matt Arnold, managing partner of Arnold & Smith PLLC, ...Read More »