The East Broad Street and Taylorsville Road locations have been remodeled using the “Inspire design.”
With help of state grant, company will create 72 new jobs in Claremont and invest $1.9 million in facilities.
He was one of only 256 financial advisors out of the firm's more than 15.000 financial advisors to receive the award.
HPFABRICS plans $1.1 million investment to return former textiles plant to productive use.
The new branch will be located at 767 Eastside Drive.
Borealis Compounds Inc. facility will create 37 jobs with an average salary of $40,125.
Story & Photos: Labor Commissioner Cherie Berry presented awards.
Photo Gallery: Mayor, chamber officials helped celebrate the opening of the Westpark restaurant on Thursday morning.
Story & Photos: Mike and Melissa Neader hosted a VIP event at U.S. Highway 90 location on Wednesday night.
Story & Photo Gallery: VIP tour offers glimpse into work involved in distilling spirits
Story & Photos: Grocery chain opens Statesville location with ribbon cutting, drum line performance.
Chain restaurant undergoing major transformation inside and out.
Story & Photos: Three months after closing the popular restaurant, the owners are parting with many of the decorations that made the eatery unique.
Millions of dollars in renovations, a unique schedule of social events and a promotional introductory membership program have created a wave of excitement about the future of the club.
The 45,000-square-foot grocery store is located in the North Pointe Shopping Center off Turnersburg Highway.
STORY & PHOTO GALLERY: Awards include industry of the year, large business of the year, nonprofit of the year, citizen of the year and more.
Retired NYC police detective continues tradition at Signal Hill Mall.
STORY & PHOTOS: The farm mainly operates off the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) model in which community residents by produce directly from the farm.
There was no explanation for why the steakhouse closed; a sign left on the door included a list of numbers and contacts for issues such as human resources, guest inquiries and law enforcement emergencies.
Downtown Dollars can be purchased in increments of $1, $5, $10, and $20, and can be used at over 35 locations in Downtown Statesville.
The 40,000-square-foot office space is part of the revitalization of the 1.1 million-square-foot historic Mooresville Cotton Mill.
New restaurant will feature modern dining space, a double-drive thru and job opportunities
Family works to develop 'lifelong relationships with customers'
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