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1 hr ago | The Charlotte Observer
Construction is officially underway Thursday on Crescent Dilworth, the 296-unit luxury apartment community that will feature street level retail near the Little Sugar Creek Greenway and the main campus of Carolinas Medical Center.
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5 hrs ago | WSOCTV
Trucker Marcus Long and his fiancA© were driving his normal route along Interstate 85 southbound near Sugar Creek Road just before midnight Tuesday when he saw several people next to a car on the side of the highway.
6 hrs ago | WSOCTV
Heroin use in south Charlotte is skyrocketing. Channel 9 has tracked this dangerous and deadly drug for years and obtained new numbers from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department South Division showing heroin arrests and overdoses in south Charlotte soared in 2013, both up more than 30 percent.
7 hrs ago | Business Journal
The owners of the region's first Smashburger restaurant that opened Wednesday in Durham are expecting it to be the first of many in the Triangle.
11 hrs ago | KHOU-TV Houston
BURKE COUNTY, N.C. A long and complex manhunt for a man police say shot and killed his mother, father and a U.S. Forestry Service officer ended with the suspect's death.
13 hrs ago | Business Journal
Rental rates are on the rise in Charlotte, according to a recent analysis from listing service Apartments.com.
15 hrs ago | The Review
Charlotte R. Hogue, 86, of Hammondsville, died Tuesday, March 11, 2014, at her home following a lengthy illness.
15 hrs ago | WSOCTV
High winds are to blame for a trees falling onto homes around the Charlotte area late Wednesday and early Thursday.
DHD Ventures, a real estate firm based in Charlotte and Rochester, N.Y., has purchased a 27,418-square-foot medical office building in south Charlotte from Trinity Capital Advisors for $3.75 million.
Charlotte Mayor Patrick Cannon will proclaim the week of March 28 to April 6 as FUN WITH STEM Week.
A Chinese coal firm has bought a SouthPark-area building, the Charlotte Chamber said Wednesday, and will create 60 local jobs as it moves its U.S. operations to Charlotte.
Country music fans can witness a legend in action on March 16. Charlotte's Ovens Auditorium will be filled with the baritone voice of Country Hall of Famer Don Williams, who will perform his hits as well as songs from his newest album.
Victoria Lynn Chavis, 21, of 1305 E. Broad Ave. in Rockingham was charged March 7 with one count of DWI.
Throughout the year, Ryan Poterack, the CEO of Poterack Capital Advisory hosts a monthly Ladies Luncheon to share investment, insurance..... Irving March 12, 2014 - Throughout the year, Ryan Poterack, the CEO of Poterack Capital Advisory hosts a monthly Ladies Luncheon to share investment, insurance, and retirement planning knowledge.
Mecklenburg County commissioners jump-started – again – on Tuesday a planning process to redevelop four county-owned sites that could reshape uptown Charlotte.
In a matter of weeks, people will see construction on the light rail extension in north Charlotte go into full swing which means traffic delays and changes to business entrances.
Developer Peter Pappas was honored as the 2014 SouthPark Ctizen of the Year by the SouthPark chapter of the Charlotte Chamber at a luncheon Tuesday.