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David Childers will perform at HEARTS

HEARTS event at Cedar Grove features local music, local food discussion

Oct. 3. What did harvest and harvest time mean to the people in our region throughout the ages? Find out at the the Oct. 15 HEARTS event at historic Cedar Grove and Hugh Torance House and Store on Gilead Road. The theme is “Harvest.” Ashli Quesinberry Stokes, PhD will explore local foodways and traditions from […]

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Pumpkins: More than fall decorations, they’re good for you

Oct. 3. By TL Bernthal. Pumpkin is an incredibly nutritious gourd, not just a fall decoration. Pumpkin is particularly popular to enjoy around Halloween and Thanksgiving. That bright orange color we love in the fall is a tip-off to its health benefits. Sugar pumpkin is rich in vitamin A and a good source of omega-3 […]

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Weekly Agenda Oct. 3-9: Dog show re-scheduled, fall plant sale, music

  Trying to figure out what to do? This calendar, published weekly on Mondays, can point you to some of the best options in Lake Norman. For events that repeat weekly, we’ve created an ONGOING category; scroll down and you’ll find it.  Here’s a look at what’s coming up: Through Nov. 11 Mud at the Mill […]

Davidson celebrates rescheduled National Night Out Thursday

Oct.  3. Davidson residents are invited to join the Davidson Police Department on its National Night Out celebration on Thursday, Oct. 6. The event was originally scheduled for Tuesday but postponed because of Ian. It will be held 5-7 pm Thursday at Roosevelt Wilson Park, 420 Griffith St. The event is free and open to the public. […]

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Town Board will review Hyundai expansion

Oct. 3. By Dave Vieser. A change in the expansion plans for Lake Norman Hyundai will get a final look at tonight’s Town Board Meeting. The new plan The request is to build one large building in the area that was approved for two smaller buildings. “The proposed amendment will combine the previously approved two […]

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Ian’s remnants: Tree damage, drizzle

Oct. 1. Ian has left behind lots of branches, some limbs and a handful of downed trees in Cornelius, with yard clean-up the order of the day. Many events are cancelled and mist and drizzle are what to expect weather-wise today. —As of 7 am Saturday, a fallen tree was still blocking Church Street near […]

Weekend weather: It improves Saturday

Sept. 30. It looks more and more like Ian will be a smaller event in Lake Norman than originally expected. Rainfall will only be in the 1-2 inch range this afternoon with more coming tonight, according to the National Weather Service. Look for gusty winds today and tomorrow with showers possibly ending tomorrow morning. Saturday: […]

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Ian updates: So far, so good

Sept. 30. Ian is the center of attention here today, but look for it to be old news by tomorrow afternoon. You can expect plenty of wind and up to two inches of rain today, clearing tomorrow. Traffic/roads At 8 am, traffic was light in Cornelius. There were no issues on West Catawba between Hwy. […]

Coffee Chat topics include parks and recreation, public health and transportation

Sept. 30. The Town of Cornelius will be hosting its October Coffee Chat at 8:30 am Monday, Oct. 3, at H2 Public House, 19906 North Cove Road, Unit A. Following declining COVID-19 cases, the town has decided to transition all Connecting Cornelius events back to in-person, while streaming live to Facebook and Zoom, with replays […]

Police blotter: Incidents, arrests and citations Sept. 21-27

Reported by Cornelius Police Dept. Incidents Incident Nature Incident address Reported Disposition Victim/Complainant 220921059 Larceny Vehicle 18600 Statesville Rd 11:48:43 09/21/22 CLO Enterprise Rent a Car 220921073 Fraud 20010 One Norman Cir 13:52:57 09/21/22 ASN Richard, George 220921074 Larceny 20435 Chartwell Center Dr 13:52:47 09/21/22 ASN Davis, Shakeitha 220923049 Fraud 18332 Harbor Light Blvd 10:14:00 […]