Residents of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County have the opportunity to help plan for the area’s future growth at nine interactive sessions in September and October.
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The Southern Ideal Home Show will bring together hundreds of homebuilding, home improvement and product experts and companies from Aug. 23-25 at The Park Expo and Conference Center, 2500 E. Independence Blvd., according to show producer Southern Shows Inc.
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The N.C. Department of Transportation will hold two public meetings and hearings to discuss its proposal to construct high occupancy lanes that could also be used by drivers who choose to pay tolls along 25 miles of Interstate 77 from the Brookshire Freeway at Exit 11 to Exit 36 in Iredell County.Read More »
Congratulations to all our winners for 2013. The Mecklenburg Times was proud to host the fifth annual 50 Most Influential Women dinner and awards presentation to recognize the important role women play in the Greater Charlotte region, the economy and society. The honorees represent the most influential women in business, government, education, and nonprofit fields. They are selected by a panel of business leaders based on professional accomplishment and community involvement.Read More »
Christine John-Fuller cannot just go to a wedding. She has spent so much of her life organizing events that she can’t help herself. She squirms in her seat as she watches people walking down the aisle. She wants to rearrange ...Read More »
When a situation or circumstance doesn’t go Joan Zimmerman’s way, she never considers it a failure. “To me,” she says, “it is just something that didn’t work out quite the way I anticipated.” But the most important career move in ...Read More »
Cindy Wolfe is a financial market leader in a city known for great banks. As president of the Bank of the Ozarks Charlotte metro market, Wolfe seven years ago pioneered the bank’s entry into Charlotte as a loan-production center. Despite ...Read More »
Lisa Wigfall spent 18 years as a medical social worker helping people meet their basic needs. Along the way she discovered significant numbers of people who were underserved or simply falling off the radar. The most prevalent cases were heterosexual ...Read More »