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Davidson start-up dives into delivery of craft water in glass bottles

Sept. 25. Boomerang Water, a craft water subscription service based in Davidson, will launch in early October in 5,000 square feet with six employees. And $3 million invested so far, according to founder Jason Dibble. Eliminating single-use plastic The company’s mission is to eliminate the need for single-use plastic water bottles. Starting Oct. 1, subscribers […]

Using John Hopkins data, we compiled NC's new confirmed COVID-19 cases from Aug. 25 through Sept. 24. The state's median number of new cases since Aug. 25 is 1,244 and the state's median over the past 7 days is 1,274.

New NCDHHS coronavirus tracking system affects daily totals

July 25. The NC Dept. of Health and Human Services reported 1,693 new cases of COVID-19 statewide under a new counting system that also increased the cumulative number of cases and deaths statewide. Thew new statewide total number of deaths under the new system is 3,409, up 53 from yesterday. A “COVID-19 case” is a […]

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NC Sen. Marcus faces 3rd party candidate this election

Sept. 25. By Dave Vieser. Incumbent NC Sen. Natasha Marcus (D-41) has no Republican opponent this fall, leaving only a minor party candidate to oppose her on the official ballot. “I’ll let Republicans explain why they were unable to field a candidate in this race,” the Davidson resident told Cornelius Today. Unaffiliated candidate Brian Sisson […]

Weekend weather: Rain, showers will go away

​Sept. 25. Don’t worry, the rain goes away​ sometime tonight. Look for patchy fog ​Saturday morning, setting the stage for a cloudy​ day​, with a high near 78 and only a slight chance of showers. ​Lows overnight around 63, with the sun coming out on Sunday. High around 81. Take a look at the next […]

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Toyota Series to host fishing event on Lake Norman

Sept. 24. The 2020 Toyota Series Eastern Division will wrap up its season with  the Toyota Series at Lake Norman.  Hosted by Visit Lake Norman and Charlotte & Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation, the Oct. 1-3 tournament will feature the region’s best bass-fishing pros and co-anglers casting for a top prize of up to $65,000, […]

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Median number of new NC coronavirus cases creeps up, past week vs. past month

Sept. 24. By Dave Yochum. The NC Dept. of Health and Human Services reported 1,688 new cases of COVID-19 statewide, up from 952 yesterday and 1,168 new cases Tuesday. The median number of new cases statewide during the past seven days is now running 2.4 percent above the median number of new cases over the […]

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‘The Ghost Behind’ screening via Zoom Oct. 15

“The Ghost Behind,” a short film by Davidson College alum Caroline Rumley, is about music, addiction and the loss of her brother Jim, also a Davidson grad. Her work has been screened at venues internationally, including the Sundance Film Festival. The 12-minute film, along with with a live Q&A with the filmmaker, will be screened […]

Police blotter: Sept. 16-22

Sept. 24. As reported by the Cornelius Police Department Incidents Incident Nature Incident address Reported Disposition Victim/Complainant 200917055 B&E Residential 19527 School St 09:53:40 09/17/20 ASN Ferrigno, Thomas 200919123 Fraud 20407 Harborgate Ct 20:02:53 09/19/20 ASN Goodall, Harold 200922004 B&E Vehicle 20820 Torrence Chapel Rd 02:04:00 09/22/20 ASN Chronister, Nick 200922004 B&E Vehicle 20820 Torrence […]

Fall events update for traditions in Davidson

Sept. 24. North Carolina remains in Phase 2.5, which limits outdoor gatherings to 50 people — along with the unpredictability of COVID-19 and potential moves to subsequent phases — makes it impractical to plan mass gatherings for the next couple of months. Here is a status update for Town of Davidson upcoming and/or annual events: Sidewalk […]

NCDHHS: 952 new coronavirus cases, 30 new deaths statewide

Sept. 23. By Dave Yochum. The NC Dept. of Health and Human Services ​reported ​952 new cases of COVID-19 statewide and ​30​ new related deaths in today’s noon report. Today’s increase in new cases is down from ​Tuesday’s increase of 1,​168. ​The positive test rate is staying put at 5.4 percent, having dipped below the […]

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