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Project to attract ‘foodies,’ traffic

Project to attract ‘foodies,’ traffic

Crescent Communities looks to develop 72 acres at busy Providence and Ardrey Kell roads with restaurants, homes  CHARLOTTE – A destination designed to attract “foodies” could give commuters heartburn. Crescent Communities… Read more »

Development Briefs for 9/25

Development Briefs for 9/25

Henderson Properties opens south Charlotte sales office Henderson Properties held a grand opening for its new residential real estate sales center Sept. 12 amid the company’s 25th anniversary. The office… Read more »

You’re never too small to make a difference

You’re never too small to make a difference

Kids have a way of teaching the most valuable lessons without even knowing they’re doing it. I learned such a lesson recently from my 5-year-old son, Caleb. Since he was… Read more »

Charlotte Chorale preps for annual concert

Charlotte Chorale preps for annual concert

Christmas might still be several months away, but members of the Charlotte Chorale are busy at work preparing for their biggest annual concert. The nonprofit singing group, which prides itself… Read more »

Community Spotlight: Julie Starcher

Community Spotlight: Julie Starcher

Julie Starcher helps lead worship at Church at Charlotte’s Saturday night “Café Live” service in south Charlotte. Her first album, “Love Songs from the Soul,” has sold hundreds of digital… Read more »

Award-winning musicians to bring ‘contemplative’ concert to south Charlotte stage on Oct. 24

Award-winning musicians to bring ‘contemplative’ concert to south Charlotte stage on Oct. 24

Guitarist and music producer Will Ackerman will bring his Grammy-winning talent to south Charlotte next month, as Sharon Presbyterian Church hosts an acoustic, instrumental concert featuring Ackerman and guest musicians… Read more »

Business Briefs: Sept. 25 to Oct. 1

Business Briefs: Sept. 25 to Oct. 1

Attorney with Charlotte-based office receives national award The College of Community Association Lawyers’ (CCAL) board of directors recently selected attorney Jim Slaughter as a recipient of the 2015 Community Associations… Read more »

It’s not wealth that has made me happy, it’s my family

It’s not wealth that has made me happy, it’s my family

“It’s not wealth that has made me happy. It’s my family.” So said the popstar, Sting, in an interview. He comes from a poor working class background in the north… Read more »

Newcomer eyes District 7 seat

Newcomer eyes District 7 seat

Democrat Chris Turner seeks to part district’s ‘Red Sea’ District 7 Charlotte City Council candidate Chris Turner hopes she can rally unaffiliated voters and millennials to beat Republican incumbent Ed… Read more »

Company makes buildings more intelligent

Company makes buildings more intelligent

South Charlotte firm gaining national recognition Since founding Intelligent Buildings in 2004, Rob Murchison and Tom Shircliff have become leaders in the “smart building” movement. Intelligent Buildings has used analytics… Read more »