Today's Weather: Partly sunny and warm, with a high of 89. Tonight will be clear and 65.
Belmont Trolley rolling forward...
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission voted earlier this month to lease one, and possibly gift one trolley to Belmont Trolley. This gives Belmont Trolley a total of three trolleys. See article...
Have your own Great Gatsby parties on the lawn...
1920's Charm & Elegance in Cherryville
Built in 1920, this is a stunning home in Cherryville. 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, wood flooring, separate 2 car garage, 3312 Square feet. City water and sewer, no HOA fees. $385,000 More...
Charlotte Developer bullish on Gaston county
Lenox Development to build medical office building in Gastonia
Lenox Development is building a 14,000 square foot office building on north New Hope Road, just across from the Lutheran Chapel. Construction should begin in 60-90 days.
Lenox will be remodeling the former coca-Cola Bottling plant in the Gastonia FUSE District. They also purchased the York Professional Building near Gastonia City Hall, and is behind the Imperial Lofts in Belmont.
"In Gastonia, the signs are really there," said Eric Vargosko, managing partner for Lenox. "I was working in NoDa back in the late 1990s. We did three buildings over there when I was at Crosland in the 1990s. It has the same feelings. There is a lot of development, a lot of rezoning. So, we have really focused our efforts out (in Gastonia) for the near term."
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Like living dangerously? Fly to Europe for cheap
I didn't know this, but go tohttps://www.google.com/travel/flightsand check out the cheap flights. Many countries are only open to vaccinated travelers, and may require a negative COVID test before entry. You will also need a negative COVID test before boarding a flight to the U.S. Be sure to check the requirements of the country's in your itinerary before booking.
Your gas bill is going up
Piedmont Natural Gas has reached an agreement with consumer groups that will see bills go up an average of $5.50 per month for consumers. The hike will go into effect in November. The company had originally asked for higher rates. They say the hike is needed to pay for better infrastructure.
Mt Holly presents On the Border (Eagles tribute)
Friday September 24th, 6-10 pm
River Jam at the Whitewater Center
Thursday September 16th: Lovers Leap
Friday September 17th: Sun-Dried Vibes
Saturday September 18th: Anya Hinkle
Shows begin at 7:00 PM. Shows are free, parking is $6