Cook-Out's real-estate unit pays $550,000 for vacant Thomasville tract
'Only Murders in the Building' actress Selena Gomez loves having a "group e-mail chain" with co-stars and Hollywood veterans Martin Short and Steve Martin.
So far, Krispy Kreme says it has given away more than 2.5 million doughnuts through the deal.
Cook-Out's real-estate arm buys Thomasville property
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham promised Wednesday that he would “go to war for the principles Chick-fil-A stands for.”
An affiliate of O2 Fitness has paid $5.98 million for a 2.74-acre site in High Point that will be the Raleigh fitness chain’s second location in Guilford County.
The scale of the attack affecting Kaseya is not yet clear, but it's already been blamed for closing stores across a grocery chain in Sweden be…
Price’s Chicken Coop, the iconic cash-only, walk-up Southern fried chicken joint in Charlotte’s South End, is closing its doors, the restauran…
How the supply chain is making it hard to find some of your regular products.
The Life Storage chain has spent $11.05 million to purchase a storage facility at 3265 Robinhood Road in Winston-Salem,
According to a family member of owner Ralph Havis, Beef Burger officially ended its lease with the property owner of the West Gate City Boulevard building on Monday.
Champion brand unveils Artist Series
The electronics repair shop franchise chain uBreakiFix has opened a location at 546 S. Stratford Road in Winston-Salem.
Private-equity firm buys Duck Donuts chain
Demand is high and supply is low, so vaccination appointments often fill up quickly. Officials recommend to check back often.
Prepare your kids’ swing set for another season of play with a few safety checks. If the swing set has any chain links, examine each one to make sure they aren’t damaged or broken. Slides should be stable and properly affixed to the ground. All nuts and bolts should be tight, and no parts of the swing set should wobble or jiggle.
CLAIM: A sign from the grocery store chain Whole Foods Market asks customers to avoid using gendered language — including terms like brother, ladies and sir — when talking to other customers and employees.