15521 Jetton Road
A luxurious 10,300 square foot home at 15521 Jetton has sold for $3.97 million after being put on the market at $4.5 million. Listed by the father-son team of Jim and Lance Carlyle at Carlyle Properties, it’s the most expensive home sale in a couple of years.
By Linda Daley
It is hard to believe this weekend is the official end of summer. The kids are back in school and the house is quiet again! So come out this weekend and enjoy the many events going on around the lake. If you are into sustainable living and the environment, please come out on Thursday evening to Campania for the monthly Green Drinks Meeting. Wynfield Clubhouse in Huntersville will host the musical duo Barnaby Bright with the Justin Taylor Trio. Monday kicks off the Chiquita Classic and is a great opportunity to see some great golf and enjoy the outdoors at River Run Country Club.
When your house has a name:
By Dave Yochum
A company named Won One has purchased two large lots on Mollypop Lane, in a rustic neighborhood off Belle Isle, which is off John Connor Road. One nice home has already been torn down. Thing is, neighbors say racecar driver Denny Hamlin is building a house with more than 20,000 square feet of space.
Aug 26 Lake Norman – The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce and Lake Norman Economic Development unveiled new logos during Thursday’s Power Luncheon at NorthStone Country Club in Huntersville.
“The new, contemporary look modernizes and energizes our mark, and, at the same time, reflects the great history and tradition of Lake Norman,” said Ryan McDaniels, Lake Norman Economic Development Executive Director.
Dear EarthTalk: We must really be swimming in electronic waste, what with all the iPhones and other devices that are so common. How is this all being dealt with?
With electronic equipment and gadgets the fastest growing waste stream in many countries, how to deal with so-called “e-waste” may in fact be one of the most pressing environmental problems of the 21st century. According to BCC Research, consumers around the world purchased 238.5 million TVs, 444.4 million
Aug. 25 Huntersville’s Raymer-Kepner Funeral Home recently welcomed certified life tribute professional Terrie Anne Hintz as its funeral celebrant partner. These titles mean Hintz, who has degrees and certifications in mortuary science, funeral service science and arts and cremator operation, provides personalized services for non-religious deceased individuals instead of a generic non-religious service. She meets with the family to ask questions about the deceased, then customizes the service, writes the eulogy and officiates the service.
Aug 28 Ten-year-old AnneLeigh Twer is spending her summer helping kids in need. The first-ever Junior Honoree of the W.I.S.H. Society has a goal of raising $6,000, which is enough to grant a wish of a child suffering from a life-threatening medical condition. In partnership with Lake Norman Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, AnneLeigh will be holding a Lemonade Stand and selling baked goods on Saturday, Sept. 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to benefit Make-A-Wish Central and Western North Carolina.
Dear EarthTalk: Is it true that much of our food—including cereals and snacks eaten by children—is actually over-fortified with excessive amounts of vitamins and minerals that can be dangerous to our health?
Added nutrients in the processed foods we eat could indeed be too much of a good thing, especially for kids. According to a report from non-profit health research and advocacy group Environmental Working Group (EWG), nearly half of American kids aged eight and under “consume potentially harmful amounts of vitamin A, zinc and niacin because of excessive food fortification, outdated nutritional labeling rules and misleading marketing tactics used by food manufacturers.” EWG’s analysis for the “How Much Is Too Much?” report focused on two frequently fortified food categories: breakfast cereals and snack bars.
- Cornelius Elementary teachers welcome back students.
- HOT lanes will take a toll on mobility
- New Lake Norman Sea Scout group to hold open house Sept. 10 and 18
- NCDOT, Cintra held closed-door meetings with local officials on I-77 tolls
- Park Avenue Properties makes Inc. Top 5000 list
- Events all around town: August 21 through August 30
- North Meck Historical Association meets Sept. 9
- Rotary Club appoints new board