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Kilted Buffalo’s “Zero K” race to raise money, not heart rates

Feb. 21 – If you don’t like running but do like beer and philanthropy, the Kilted Buffalo in Birkdale Village has a weekend event just for you. On Saturday, Feb. 24, the Kilted Buffalo will hold its “Zero K” race benefiting The Hope House Foundation. The Hope House, located in Huntersville, provides transitional housing and […]

Catalyst Academy appoints new board member

Feb. 15 – ​The Catalyst Academy has appointed Deborah S. Bosley to its four-member Board of Directors. The Catalyst Academy, located in Huntersville, is a non-profit organization providing personal financial education and individual coaching to help develop financial literacy and economic self-sufficiency. Bosley, a professor emeritus of English at UNC Charlotte, is owner and principal […]

Huntersville mayor’s luncheon to discuss ocular melanoma

Feb. 5 – Join Huntersville Mayor John Aneralla for his monthly Mayor’s luncheon Feb. 20th where special guest Dr. Michael Brennan will discuss research on the area’s ongoing ocular melanoma study.  The luncheon will take place at Spare Time bowling alley from 11:45 a.m. – 1 p.m. at 16317 Statesville Road in Huntersville. Dr. Brennan […]

Foundry Commercial plans industrial park in Huntersville

Dec. 26. Foundry Commercial has purchased 48 acres in the Bryton Town Center project where it will build a six-building, 700,000 square-foot light industrial complex. Construction on the first phase of the project, a joint venture with the global investment management business of Prudential Financial, will begin in early 2018. Located off Hambright Road in […]


Aneralla will run for second term

June 20. Huntersville Mayor John Aneralla has officially announced that he will seek a second term as Mayor. A small business owner and veteran community leader, Aneralla defeated incumbent Jill Swain by a wide margin in November of 2015. “It is an honor to serve the people of Huntersville as their Mayor,” Aneralla said upon […]


Novant revenue tops $4 billion

April 6. Novant Health reported net income of $412.8 million on operating revenue of $4.34 billion for the full year last year. The not-for-profit health system also reported a community benefit of $725.5 million, including $122 million of financial assistance to the uninsured and people in need. In 2015 operating income was $258.4 million. Fiscal year 2016, […]


Oerlikon will bring 93 jobs to Huntersville

Feb. 6. Global technology group Oerlikon will invest $62 million in a new plant in The Park in Huntersville. It will create 93 new jobs during the next five years. “We are excited to have another well-established International manufacturing company located in Huntersville. Huntesville’s reputation for being business friendly, having a great quality of life […]

High-growth Huntersville company adding 120 jobs

May 12. Ensemble Health Partners is expanding into more than 30,000 square feet of office space in The Park-Huntersville. Ensemble forecasts 120 new jobs based on continued growth. The new office is at 13620 Reese Blvd East, Suite 200. The 120 employees are expected to begin work this summer. “The greater Charlotte region is home […]

LNTC’s last gasp: ‘We could have done more’

March 10. By Dave Vieser. The Lake Norman Regional Transportation Commission met last night for the first time since three of the four member towns voted to pull out of the commission as of June 30. With its future uncertain, Chairwoman Melinda Bales said the commissioners would meet soon with the four town’s elected officials to […]


Eco-devo inquiries rise in Cabarrus, Mooresville; fall in LKN

Nov. 5. By Dave Vieser. Economic development figures are a little bit on and a little bit off during the first 10 months of this year compared to last year. New project inquiries are up in Iredell and Cabarrus counties, but down in Lake Norman. In Cabarrus County, inquiries rose 20 percent, from 75 in 2014 […]