The county-initiated proposal would rezone a total of around 2,400 acres, teeing up a technology park on the bulk of the land as well as hundreds of homes and several public facilities on the so-called “Upper Magnolia Green” property.
“We have this diverse, multifaceted initiative to look across the entire pipeline and understand where the gaps and needs are,” said CEO Chandra Briggman.
Three sibling real estate agents have purchased the West End bakery. They plan to stick to the same successful playbook crafted by founder Laurie Blakey.
Patients will still be required to secure written certification from registered health care practitioners but the law is expected to speed up access.
The move to 300 E. Grace St. will quadruple the size and end a 14-year run at 324 S. Pine St.
“I wanted to position other women to become their own boss,” said Belle Cabana owner Kaitlyn Handley.
Gather & Hem has replaced Thirst and Fifth featuring 20 beer taps, compared to the previous pub’s six taps.
PlantHouse has signed a lease for a larger space at The Otis, a mixed-use development that’s taking shape at 1601 Roseneath Road.
The university is collecting travel data of prospective students who attend campus tours and paying a nonprofit to offset the environmental impact.
The county allocated $35.6 million for employee pay raises, including higher starting wages for first responders and teachers.