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Davidson law firm adds estate planning attorney

Jan. 24. Cameron Crump is a new estate planning attorney at The McIntosh Law Firm in Davidson. She was previously a legal consultant for a Fortune 50 financial institution. Crump earned her undergraduate degree from Winston Salem State University and graduated from North Carolina Central University School of Law in Durham.

Hannah Smith is new service customer relations manager at LKN Chrysler Jeep

Jan. 24. Hannah Smith, who began as a receptionist at Lake Norman Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in 2016, has been promoted to Service Customer Relations Manager at the Cornelius dealership.

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Milkbread opens in Davidson

Jan. 23. Milkbread, the new concept from famed restaurateurs Joe and Katy Kindred, has opened in Davidson, home of their first restaurant, Kindred, on Main Street. They also own Hello Sailor in Cornelius. Their new concept is an “all-day café focused on milk bread donuts, crispy chicken, vegetable-focused bowls, salads, and toasts,” according to Wagstaff […]

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Charlotte workers who didn’t commute last year saved more than $3,000

Jan. 21. Due to the ongoing pandemic, many Americans spent the last year working from home, doing away with commuting and the costs of commuting. How much money did we save in 2021 by not going to the office? Using US Census Bureau and AAA data, Today Testing studied the commute times in 100 US […]

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Choplin’s owner receives award for excellence at Cornelius Town Board meeting

Jan. 19. Wes Choplin received the Mayor’s Award of Excellence at the Cornelius Town Board meeting last night. The owner of Choplin’s Restaurant was recognized by Mayor Woody Washam for his community service before and during the pandemic. When the pandemic hit, Choplin’s stayed open and focused on the community. When schools closed, Choplin’s served […]

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Thoughts on the Great Resignation

Jan. 18. By Pat Jackson. Successful companies have a core set of strong common beliefs, values and standards that runs throughout the organization. In 2022 it will be even more crucial for teams to pay more attention to their organization culture or their lack of it. The current changes that all businesses are experiencing are […]

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Davidson professor, dean nominated by President to Federal Reserve

Jan. 14. President Biden has nominated Davidson professor Philip Jefferson to serve on the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Jefferson is vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty as well as the Paul B. Freeland Professor of Economics at Davidson College. As Davidson’s chief academic officer, he brought what he […]

Premier Sotheby’s reports NC sale prices up 18%

Jan. 14. Premier Sotheby’s International Realty (PSIR) is reporting a 40 percent increase in total sales volume in their North Carolina offices, as well as an 18 percent increase in the average sales price for the full year 2021. Company-wide, sales volume rose 51 percent year over year to $10.7 billion. With an average sales […]

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Osprey at Lake Norman sells for $116 million

Jan. 13. By Dave Yochum. A lakefront apartment complex in Mooresville has changed hands for more than $100 million in a deal worth more than $400,000 per unit. The Osprey, a 288-unit complex, was sold to a unit of New York Life for $116 million, according to Iredell County real estate records. Sellers The seller […]

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Hot Properties: Million-dollar home sales

Here are the recent home sales over $1 million from Nov. 23-Dec. 15, 2021. $3,750,000 Joseph Mazzo to Voiker & Susan Knappertz, 19801 Bustle Rd., Cornelius  $3,100,000 Allison & David Hamme to Patricia McCormick, 19339. Peninsula Shores Dr., Cornelius  $1,575,000 Matthew & Jane Hennessy to Michael & Lisa Knee, 17611 Springwinds Dr., Cornelius  $1,507,000 Michael […]

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