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Davidson Home Sales

April 19. These property transactions were recorded by the Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds. 2/19/24 NewBridge Homes LLC, Jason Heller, 12851 Westmoreland Farm Rd., Davidson 2/19/24 Turn 4 Pizza LLC, Ben Cassarino, 445 S. Main St. Ste. 300, Davidson 2/20/24 DMA Group LLC, John David Alba, 13119 Davidson Park Dr., Davidson 2/26/24 Adwing Technology Holdings […]

Police Blotter: April 10-16

As reported by the Cornelius Police Dept. Incidents Incident Nature Incident address Reported Disposition Victim/Complainant 240410053 Fraud 8624 Robbins Crescent Dr 13:35:22 04/10/24 ACT Schields, Kimberly 240411076 Larceny 20605 Torrence Chapel Rd 18:45:00 04/11/24 CAA Ulta Beauty 240415026 Larceny 11028 Bailey Rd 08:59:33 04/15/24 ASN Propst Construction Company 240416076 Larceny 20605 Torrence Chapel Rd 19:10:00 […]

And in dog news, Swifto enters NC market

April 18. A strategic business deal in the world of mergers and acquistions has canid ears standing up. Swifto, a leader in technology-driven pet care services, has acquired Wagz ‘n Whiskerz, a dog walking company in Davidson. The purchase price was not disclosed but it is in the six figures, said Penina First, CEO and […]

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Red Line info sessions are tonight, Saturday

April 18. There are two more community meetings—one tonight at the North County Library and the last one Saturday at the Sugar Creek Library in Charlotte—where members of the Red Line project team will gather input on a transit line from Charlotte to Lake Norman. Proponents say a north-south rapid-transit corridor supports “traffic reduction along […]

Loch Norman Highland Games / Photo by Jason Benavides

Weekender April 18-22: All things Scottish at Rural Hill, pups, plants and more

Thursday, April 18 Public meeting on the Red Line commuter rail 6 – 8 pm | April 18. This proposed project would bring rapid-transit rail connections from northern Mecklenburg County and southern Iredell County to Uptown Charlotte via 10 stations in five municipalities. At the meetings, attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the […]

Updated rendering of the new Atrium hospital

Atrium Health Lake Norman began life as a $153 million project. Now it’s valued at $250 million

NEWSMAKERS BREAKFAST | By Erica Batten April 17. “This is going to be a lot more than a hospital. It’s going to be a healthcare campus,” said Bill Leonard, the facility executive for Atrium Health University City, who joined Cornelius Today and Business Today for a Newsmakers Breakfast to discuss the rapidly developing hospital site […]

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Cornelius Home Sales

April 17. These property transactions were recorded by the Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds. 2/21/2024 $275,000 Donna Markgraf to Christopher & Danielle Russo, 18720 Lakehouse Pointe Dr. 2/23/2024 $494,000 Weekley Homes to Kanan Gambhir & Risha Grover, 8054 Houser St. 2/23/2024 $609,000 Patrick & Mary Walsh to Donald & Grace Daniels, 16203 Lakeside Loop Ln. […]

April 13th Main Street Veterinary Hospital celebrated their 11th anniversary

Main Street Veterinary Hospital celebrates 11th anniversary

April 17. On Saturday April 13 Main Street Veterinary Hospital celebrated their 11th anniversary by hosting an open house. They showcased their new building which opened in January of this year. Among the various activities were hospital tours, teddy bear surgery for budding young surgeons, a bounce house, a petting zoo, face painting and many […]

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Lyngbya treatments are under way on the lake

April 16. Lyngbya treatments have begun on lake around Cornelius, according to the Lake Norman Marine Commission. The noxious dark-colored mats have a musty odor and make swimming problematic as temperatures rise. As of right now, Lyngbya infestation levels are relatively low—about 10 acres. A push by local stakeholders has resulted in the Marine Commission […]

The Serve Pickleball + Kitchen

Site work for The Serve Pickleball facility begins in May

April 16. By Dave Vieser. The Cornelius Town Board unanimously approved rezoning which will permit the construction of The Serve, a 16-court pickleball facility and restaurant on Chartown Drive. Site preparation begins in about two weeks. Opening day could be in January or February next year. DB Entertainment will build The Serve on 6.39 acres […]