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Harold Rice: New CEO of Ada Jenkins

By Dave Yochum. With all the affluence around North Meck it’s easy to overlook literally thousands of neighbors who live their lives on the margins. They’re even more marginalized with the COVID-19 pandemic in full swing, says Harold Rice, the new CEO of the Ada Jenkins Center in Davidson. The non-profit, which has a budget […]

McIntosh Law Firm adds elder law attorney

Louise Paglen comes to The McIntosh Law Firm  in Davidson with more than 20 years of legal experience in both the private and corporate sectors. Her practice areas include estate planning, Medicaid planning and asset protection, guardianship, probate, and estate administration. Paglen is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association Elder Law and Estate Planning […]

Kim Saragoni: Main Street Champion

Kim Saragoni is Main St. champ in Mooresville

July 28. Kim Saragoni, chair of the Mooresville Downtown Commission, has been recognized as the “2020 Downtown Mooresville Main Street Champion” by the North Carolina Main Street Program. The owner of Four Corners Framing and Gallery has been on the MDC board since 2007. Since then, she has brought her energy to multiple committees, volunteering […]

Martin joins Flagship Properties

Blake Martin has joined  Flagship Healthcare Properties as senior vice president of strategic relationships. He will oversee, coordinate and manage the sourcing of new ground-up development and other revenue-generating opportunities for Flagship consistent with the company’s objectives and mandate, with hospitals, health systems and physician practices in Flagship’s target markets. Martin has over 10 years […]

Black-owned spa in Huntersville to expand with 2nd location

V-Spa Charlotte, a women’s health and wellness facility that opened in 2017  in Hunterville, will open a second location in uptown Charlotte in October.  “We are extremely fortunate to expand our spa operations, allowing us to open a second location,” said V-Spa Charlotte owner and founder, Shakira McGill. “At a time when so many businesses […]

CEO will leave The Pines this fall

July 16. Steven H. Jewell, CEO of The Pines in Davidson, will be resigning this fall, after five years at the retirement community. As CEO, Jewell led this nonprofit continuing care retirement community through a transformative period that has included a major campus expansion, a $3 million capital campaign and the advancement of campus information […]

New task force on racial equity in the justice system

July 10. Gov. Roy Cooper has named two local people to the North Carolina Task Force for Racial Equity in Criminal Justice, co-chaired by Justice Anita Earls and Attorney General Josh Stein. The Task Force, which Cooper said is a step toward acknowledging and addressing racial inequities in North Carolina’s criminal justice system, will rely […]

Food Lion celebrates long-term employees

Salisbury-based Food Lion is celebrating nearly 300 associates who have more than 30 years of service with the retailer, including John Younce of Huntersville, Linda Bellis and Christopher Young of Concord, and of Lisa Montgomery of Mooresville. Montgomery has 35 years with Food Lion, while Younce, Bellis and Young each have  30 years. “Our associates serve […]

New agent at Sotheby’s

Jennifer Kane, who has more than 15 years of experience as a residential broker in the Cornelius area, has joined the Lake Norman office of Premier Sotheby’s International Realty in Cornelius. She previously owned and operated two brokerages of her own.

2 Food Lion execs are ‘Top Women’ in grocery business

Two Food Lion leaders were named to Progressive Grocer magazine’s prestigious 2020 Top Women in Grocery list, one of the food industry’s highest honors. The Top Women in Grocery award recognizes grocery retail leaders who demonstrate excellence in leadership daily throughout the industry, their stores and in their communities. The awards honor leaders in various categories, a […]

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