May 18, 2013 by Sarah
An exhibit at the Durham History Hub tomorrow will preview the grand opening of the Museum of Durham History in October.
Sunday’s pop-up event, sponsored by [Read more]
May 15, 2013 by Mark
Film submissions are currently being accepted for the 4th annual Joedance Film Festival, which is scheduled to be held in the Fourth Ward District in Charlotte in early August.
Local filmmakers currently residing or [Read more]
May 15, 2013 by Sarah
Woodfield Investments, an apartment development firm, might be constructing an additional 230 apartments to the Charlotte area in coming months.
The firm has been looking at a development site located next to the BB&T Ballpark with the possibility of constructing an apartment complex on the two-acre piece of land.
The land is located between West Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and West Third Street and South Graham Street. An affiliate of Wells Fargo & Co. currently owns the property, which contains a large industrial building of 13,000 square feet in size. While it has been revealed that Woodfield Investments has put the property under contract, Chad Hagler, who is a partner of the firm, said that it is still early in the works and the development firm is still conducting plans and negotiations. He stated:
“We’re hopeful that we can move forward with it.”
As a number of new apartment complexes and condominiums move into the Charlotte area, new businesses could be attracted to the populated and busy area. New companies moving into the Charlotte area could create extra business for companies already located in the area, such as printing companies that would be called on for business card printing services required by new companies.
Preliminary plans for the apartment complex that may soon be constructed at the site include a single apartment building consisting of 297 units covering a four-story area. Two parking levels are also planned to be located underneath the unit levels.
May 15, 2013 by Mark
The 10 Greatest Days in Racing gets underway this weekend at the Charlotte Motor Speedway, and no doubt Flyer Printing and poster printing were used by the Speedway to attract as many people as possible to audition for the [Read more]
May 13, 2013 by Sarah
Several small and mid-sized banks have expanded into the SouthPark area of Charlotte in the past few months, perhaps drawn into the location as a result of its busy population, ritzy retailers, and wealthy neighborhoods.
Most recently, NewBridge Bank, which is [Read more]
May 13, 2013 by Mark
A large amount of construction has been happening of late on the Booty Loop in Charlotte. The busy intersection of Queens Road West and Selwyn Avenue is buzzing with a flurry of building, planning and [Read more]
May 11, 2013 by Mark
Raleigh native Beth Leavel is back in town, in the show for which she won a Tony.
The comedy musical ‘The Drowsy Chaperone’, presented by NC Theatre, is currently featuring [Read more]
May 11, 2013 by James
DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse recently announced that it has opened a new store in Matthews on Independence Blvd in Windsor Square. No doubt the store is using Flyer Printing and poster printing to make the local community aware of the store so as to make it more convenient for its customers.
With shares in the company reported to have [Read more]
May 7, 2013 by Sarah
The Duck Derby was held last Saturday, May 4, in Fayetteville, and its total raised to date stands at over $10,000.
The Derby is an annual event and acts as a [Read more]
May 1, 2013 by James
The Alamance County Historical Museum in Burlington has announced that its 10th annual Garden Tour and Party will be held this weekend.
No doubt Flyer Printing and poster printing are being used to announce this event, as it is a major fundraiser for the Museum for its programs and exhibits.
The Tour covers five gardens of [Read more]