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  • Construction employment in the U.S. rose in April by 1,000 for the month and 261,000 for the year as mild winter weather and labor shortages impacted the early spring hiring season for many firms, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America. And the Triangle construction sector could benefit, as it's seeing a boom in construction activity as of late. Total construction employment in the country came in at 6,670,000 in April, the highest level since December 2008, and…

  • Plowboys Barbecue is cooking up a new location, and it's right in front of a streetcar stop at 12th and Main streets. "We needed more room. We have a lot of people we turn away at lunch time because the line's out the door and there's no place to sit," Plowboys co-owner and founder Todd Johns said. Plowboys is taking over the former Ingredient space, which spans 5,700 square feet – nearly triple the size of its current location at 1111 Main St. The barbecue restaurant also has a location in…

  • Cincinnati specialty popsicle maker Streetpops is expanding with a new location that will also serve as the company's headquarters. Streetpops is hosting a grand opening for its new location at 4270 Vine St. in St. Bernard on May 7. The St. Bernard facility will house Streetpops' headquarters, production kitchen and a retail shop. Streetpops are known for their wild and inventive flavors – more than 80 of them. They range from pineapple habanero to hibiscus mint to avocado to kettle corn to cosmopolitan. The…

  • A warehouse complex in Palm Beach Gardens could be redeveloped into an office building and self-storage center. Nuvo Development LLC, an affiliate of Winter Park-based Nuvo Co., filed an application for the project on the 3.4-acre site at 10384 Riverside Drive. The project is scheduled to go before the city’s Development Review Committee on May 20. The site is under contract from current owner Riverside Drive Investors, managed by Tom Gibson. It previously traded for $8 million in 2007. The…

  • Twin Cities Dunkin’ Donuts fans could be forgiven for wondering why they still can’t find their favorite doughnuts and coffee locally. It has, after all, been a year since Dunkin’ Donuts announced a Twin Cities expansion. The company missed its December 2015 target date for a first store. And so far, none of its three franchisee groups have announced they have signed a lease. But Damon Dranchak of Legacy Concepts, which has franchise rights to the west metro, described the site search as…