Newsroom has written 2973 posts for Cornelius Today

Community meeting Wednesday on new Alexander Farm plan

July 16. By Dave Vieser. A new conceptual plan for the development of the vacant Alexander Farm Property in Cornelius is a step in the right direction, but still needs to be tweaked, according to top town officials. The new proposal encompasses a mix of commercial/retail, retirement housing, and age restricted town homes, along with […]


Special exhibit July 18 benefits Solace for Children

Deborah Young Studio is sponsoring  “A Window in to the Minds of Children of War,” a one-night event for international nonprofit Solace for The Children. The free exhibit features art created by students at the Peace House Academy in Kabul, Afghanistan. The exhibit is Thursday, July 18, from 5:30-7:30 at the Brick Row Gallery in […]

Incidents, Arrests and Citations as reported by the Cornelius Police Department July 12

Incidents 190704015 Damage Property 19216 Makayla Ln 08:33:20 07/04/19 ACT Fronrath, Mark Gerard 190706012 B&E Vehicle 19306 Smith Cr 11:23:13 07/06/19 ACT McKneely, Addessio Oshay 190706016 Larceny 17111 Statesville Rd 12:10:15 07/06/19 ACT Home Depot 190707035 B&E Residential 14008 Cameryn Elise Dr 15:02:00 07/07/19 ACT South Creek Construction 190707043 B&E Vehicle 19732 West Catawba Av […]

Ava Callender throws her hat in the ring again

July 12. It looks like we may have a horse race in the Cornelius Town Board elections this fall. A female candidate who ran two years ​​ago plans to run again for a seat on the five-person board. ​If elected, Ava Callender would be the first woman o​n the town board since Lynette Rinker, the […]

Events July 11 – July 17

Get ready, Lake Norman! The 2nd Friday Street Festival series is back and better than ever. Moses Jones & The Dirty Southern Soul will be performing at the Oak Street Mill. Put on your space suit because it’s almost time to go to the moon with Astronaut Training on Sunday July 14th at Discovery Place […]

Culture Bites Aug. 1 in Huntersville

The Cain Center for the Arts will be a part of the Arts & Science Council’s Culture Bites on Thursday, Aug. 1 from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Veterans Park in downtown Huntersville. The free family-friendly event will feature entertainment from Piedmont Temperance Movement, Province of Thieves, Drums 4 Life, Bluz, Purple Charlotte Steppers, […]

Davidson New Corporations May – June 2019

5/22/19 First Class Dent Repair Inc., Catherine Chandler, 1235 Torrence Cir. 5/22/19 Sterner GA Rental Property LLC, Linda S. Sterner, 410 Northwest Dr. 5/22/19 Sterner SC Rental Property LLC, Linda S. Sterner, 410 Northwest Dr. 5/22/19 Tescher Consulting LLC, Stephanie Luck, 16607 Landen Forest Ln. 5/23/19 Accellerate LLC, Francisco Adler, 605 Jetton St. Apt. 402 […]

Mecklenburg New Corporations May – June 2019

5/23/19 Atlantic Global Trans Inc., Kristina Anisimova, 17110 Kenton Dr. #304 5/23/19 Southern Enterprises Group LLC, Chachi Sullivan, 18535 Caleb Jordan Dr. Apt. 302 5/28/19 AC Liquidator LLC, Thomas C. Jeter III, 18525 Statesville Rd. Unit D2 5/28/19 Proph3t Movement Productions LLC, Thomas C. Jeter III, 18525 Statesville Rd. Unit D2 5/29/19 Artisan Direct LLC, […]

Home Transactions June – July 2019

6/3/19 $390,500 Standard Pacific of the Carolinas to Shannon & Christopher Link, 17517 Shearer Rd. 6/3/19 $414,500 Standard Pacific of the Carolinas to Brian & Samara McMillen, 17510 Shearer Rd. 6/3/19 $465,000 Standard Pacific of the Carolinas to Grant & Lauren Truex, 17520 Julees Walk Ln. 6/3/19 $625,000 Brian & Julie Gibbons to Marc Schulman […]

Sheriff McFadden to speak at Newsmakers Breakfast July 25

Mecklenburg County Sheriff Garry McFadden will be the Newsmakers Breakfast speaker July 25 at The Peninsula Club. McFadden, a 36-year veteran of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Dept., was elected county sheriff last year. The department has made the news around traffic enforcement in Cornelius as well as whether or not to report the immigration status […]