The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerceâ€™s annual meeting will be held from 11a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Sheraton. Winners of the 2010 Business of the Year Awards will be announced.
Part of building a sustainable local economy is managing open space, and a day-long workshop at N.C. State University will explore the ins and outs of the issue.
CED‘s annual Biotech/Life Science Conference will host the southeastern life-science community in a two-day conference.
A farewell reception for Economic & Community Development Director James Harris will be held at The Speakeasy (100 E. Main St.) from 5 to 7 p.m. on Jan. 27.
Home sales ended 2010 down 6.7 percent for the year Triangle-wide, according to the Triangle Multiple Listing Serviceâ€™s Local Market Update report.
Triangle Veterinary Referral Hospital, formerly Triangle Veterinary Emergency Clinic, has relocated to 608 Morreene Road in Durham.
If youâ€™re thinking of hosting a party this holiday season, a new beer delivery service in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area has erased any good reason for you and your festive sweater to leave the houseguests thirsty.
â€™Tis the season to give. And not just to the people on your list, but also to local businesspeople. Rather than a nicely wrapped gift, all they want is your business.
Got some useful advice or helpful techniques to share with local small-business owners? The Chamberâ€™s Small Business Roundtable is looking for presenters.
The bank is now under a cease and desist order, and with it, CEO Larry Loeser said Wednesday, Harrington faces a significant challenge to reassure its customers that the conditions that led to the order have passed and the bank is healthy.
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