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Davidson OKs extending town limits

Sept. 11. The town extended corporate limits to include Davidson Farms, Kistler Farm Road and Mayes Hall at its recent meeting.  The Davidson Board of Commissioners approved: * Ordinance 2020-04 to extend the corporate limits of the Town of Davidson to include Davidson Farms  * Ordinance 2020-05 to include Kistler Farm Road * Voluntary contiguous […]

Suicide prevention, mental health awareness program set for Sept. 21

Sept. 11. Davidson Mayor Knox and the Board of Commissioners acknowledged the recent passing of a Davidson teen to suicide and the need for mental health awareness and resources. The board would like to continue the conversation in the community and at an upcoming board meeting with Davidson LifeLine and other area mental health resources […]

Davidson police chief to host virtual “No Agenda” meeting

Sept. 11. Davidson Police Chief Penny Dunn will host a virtual “no agenda” meeting on Monday, September 14 at 6:30 pm. The opportunity to engage with the Davidson Police Department typically happens throughout the year at various events such as Town Day, Custard with a Cop and National Night Out.  Due to COVID-19 restrictions, none […]

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Although numbers are smaller, Mecklenburg COVID-19 trends are better than statewide

Sept. 9. By Dave Yochum. The median number of new coronavirus cases statewide during the past seven days is running 16 percent ahead of the past month, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. The medians tell a different story in Mecklenburg County where the number of new cases over the past seven days is […]

Davidson watercraft rental program and lottery

Enjoy some lake time on one of the town’s paddle boards, kayaks or canoe.  Watercraft rentals  are available to rent 2-5 pm Sept. 10 or 12. The fee is $20.  Watercraft Lottery:  Do you use your own canoe, kayak, paddle board or rowing skiff frequently and want easy access to put your boat on the […]

Davidson 2.5: Playgrounds open

Here’s some advice about heading out from the Davidson Parks & Recreation. Playgrounds at town parks will open for play. Use these facilities at your own risk; many town parks have hand sanitizing stations, but plan ahead and bring your own sanitizing supplies. Adhere to all remaining protocols such as wearing a face covering for […]

Davidson: Phase 2.5

Sept. 8. Gov. Roy Cooper announced the state would be moving into a modified “Safer at Home” Phase 2.5  through October 2. What does this mean for town facilities? Here’s an update from the town. Playgrounds at town parks are open. Use these facilities at your own risk; many of our town parks have hand […]

Loaves & Fishes needs your help

Sept. 8. For families across Charlotte, this school year is unlike anything we have experienced before. In 2019, nearly 82,000 children were a part of the CMS Free and Reduced Lunch Program. This amount would overflow the Bank of America Stadium by 6,000 children. A story from Loaves & Fishes Genesis [no last name to […]

The Davidson Art Festival is back on

Sept. 4. This year’s festival will be held 4-7 pm Saturday, Oct. 17 with an Oct. 31 rain date.  To help local artists, the $40 application fee is waived. Although there is no charge for this festival,  participants must  fill out an application and be accepted into the show. Space is very limited and coronavirus […]

Town halls closed on Labor Day

Sept. 3. Town employees in Cornelius , Davidson and Huntersville will observe the Labor Day holiday on Monday, Sept. 7 and will not be working remotely that day. Police and fire departments will still be available in their roles as first responders.  Waste Pro will be operating on a normal garbage pick-up schedule on Sept. 7.

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