Mooresville Tribune, Jessica Osborne: While Mooresville voters gave an overwhelming nod of approval to a $20 million streets/sidewalks bond package on Tuesday, a $10 million recreation bond received a narrower okay.
Charlotte Observer, May 6, 2014 The Charlotte region is expected to see job growth of roughly 2 percent this year, for an additional 15,000 jobs, slightly outpacing the national rate growth rate of about 1.7 percent, the chief economist for PNC Financial Services Group said Tuesday.
Governor Proclaims May 'Motorsports Month' in NC; Charlotte Motor Speedway Recognized for Estimated $230 Million Impact
Thursday, May 1, 2014, written by Charlotte Motor SpeedWay North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory kicked off a busy race month at the legendary Charlotte Motor Speedway by proclaiming May 2014 as "Motorsports Month" in North Carolina. -
Posted by Nerdwallet, April 25, 2014 It’s no secret that North Carolina’s star is rising: the state added 19,400 jobs in March 2014, the second highest job gain in the nation, according to research from the Wells Fargo Securities Economics Group, and more people moved to the state than left it last year. State economists project that 2014 will bring growth to every job sector in the state, with 60,200 new jobs added to the economy by the end of the year.
Posted by NC State University IES APRIL 22, 2014 Manufacturers in North Carolina can recycle a little easier now thanks to a special state recycling tax rule.