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As we close out this year with life giving us glimpses of what “normal” looks like, I am reminded of how many incredible women we have in our communities who have carried us through the past 18 months by giving of their time, their talents and their resources.

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CHARLOTTE – Invigory Holistic Wellness & Sports Recovery Studio recently presented Atrium Health Levine Children’s with a gift of $5,000 to benefit the hospital’s Pediatric Hematology, Oncology, and Blood and Marrow Transplant Center, one of the most respected childhood cancer, blood dis…

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RALEIGH – Although many shoppers have already begun their shopping, the 2021 holiday shopping season officially starts this week and North Carolina retailers are ready. The North Carolina Retail Merchants Association, along with its 2,500 retail members across the state, encourage consumers …

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CINCINNATI – Fifth Third Bank, National Association, announced a special payment of $1,250 for full-time employees who have provided essential banking services to customers through the ongoing pandemic. It is the second time the bank has recognized the work of these employees through a speci…

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CHARLOTTE – Gary Scott will assume the role of president of Allen Tate Realtors effective Nov. 29, where he will oversee all residential operations for the company, which consists of over 1,500 Realtors and 300 staff members across a six-region footprint in the Carolinas.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living released a report Nov. 10 showing long term facilities are suffering from the worst labor crisis and job loss than any other health care sector. Nursing homes alone have seen its industry’s employ…

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DURHAM – NC IDEA has awarded over $1.1 million in grants during the organization’s 2021 Ecosystem Summit, coinciding with this year’s Global Entrepreneurship Week.

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CHARLOTTE – Indaco, a rustic Italian restaurant at Atherton Mill in Charlotte’s historic South End neighborhood, recently welcomed Sean Galianese as the restaurant’s new executive chef.