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CHARLOTTE – Piedmont Natural Gas earned the No. 1 spot in customer satisfaction with residential natural gas service in the South among large utilities, according to the J.D. Power 2022 Gas Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Study. 

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CHARLOTTE – For 20 years, Floyd Davis, Jr. has served as president and CEO of Community Link, a nonprofit that helps people obtain and sustain safe, decent and affordable housing in the Charlotte region. He is retiring at the end of December.

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CHARLOTTE –  More runners, partners and Ways to contribute added up to an even bigger check from this year’s Novant Health Charlotte Marathon. Event organizers presented Novant Health Hemby Children’s Hospital with a check for $102,150 – the largest written by the event so far.

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CHARLOTTE – City staff is taking a new approach to discuss mobility, one that relies less on the talking points of buses and light rails and more on the greater transportation network, which includes roads, sidewalks, bike paths and greenways. 

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CHARLOTTE – For the past five years, Charlotte residents have had a welcome reprieve from the annual springtime onslaught of cankerworms that hang off trees and cling to clothing, hair and everything else in their path. 

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CHARLOTTE – The Charlotte Area Transit System is announcing the CATS Call Center, Lost and Found, Pass Sales and Information Office at the Charlotte Transportation Center will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 24, and Friday, Nov. 25, in observance of Thanksgiving. 

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CHARLOTTE – The Carolina Holiday Light Spectacular will transform Ballantyne’s Backyard from 5 to 10 p.m. daily, Dec. 12 to 31. with a walking trail filled with over a million lights and larger-than-life installations.

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Big Blue Marble Academy Park Crossing students show off donations collected for Operation Christmas Child. Locations in Charlotte, Rock Hill, Waxhaw and Wesley Chapel took part in the campaign from Nov. 14 to 21. Photo courtesy of Big Blue Marble Academy

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CHARLOTTE – Chick-fil-A wants to demolish its location at 4431 Randolph Road and replace it with a drive-thru-only restaurant. But getting the rezoning needed to make that happen may be a tall order as Charlotte leaders strive to make the city more walkable and less congested.