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COVID update Oct. 6

Oct. 6. Statewide COVID-related hospitalizations remained under 3,000 for the fifth reporting day, but the NC Dept. of Health & Human Services reported 133 new coronavirus deaths, including two in Huntersville. Tuesday’s congregate living report showed no new deaths at Huntersville Oaks or Olde Knox Commons. New cases The NDHHS today reported 3,598 new cases […]

Campbell tapped as state commission chair

Oct. 6. Gov. Cooper has appointed  Jane E. Campbell as the chair to the state the Veterans Affairs Commission. A Davidson Town Commissisoner, she continues to serve as the chair, a position she was appointed to in 2019. Campbell, of Davidson, serves on the commission as the representative of the 12th Congressional District.  She served over […]

US Senate candidate Jeff Jackson will hold ‘town hall’ at Davidson College

Oct. 5. NC Sen. Jeff Jackson will hold a town hall at Davidson College on Friday Oct. 8.  Jackson, a Democrat from Charlotte, plans to listen to students’ concerns and answer their questions. The event begins at 3:30 pm in the Mariam Cannon Hayes Amphitheater, outside of Alvarez Student Union.

Charity remembrance event planned Oct. 16 for 13 service members killed in Afghanistan withdrawal 

Oct. 4. The Lake Norman community is invited to a charity remembrance event to honor the 13 members of the United States military who lost their lives during the evacuation of American citizens from Afghanistan this summer.  The event, sponsored by the Town of Davidson and its Police Department,  will be held 9 am Saturday Oct. […]

Cornelius-Davidson Youth Basketball League is back

Oct. 4. Registration Youth Basketball League opens Oct. 8 and will remain open until Nov. 8 or it reaches capacity.  Registration Dates: Oct 8-Nov 8, or until full. Cornelius and Davidson residents get priority registration  Oct 8-24. Click here for details.

Davidson Rotary Giving Village pre-COVID

No Halloween March, but there’ll be a Turkey Trot; Christmas in Davidson is back in a new “old” way 

Oct. 4. Davidson again has canceled its Halloween March in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. But the Davison Rotary Club is introducing a Family Turkey Trot for family fun on Thanksgiving; the club hopes to make this an annual event. And the town is moving ahead with plans for a revised Christmas in Davidson […]

Legislative ‘listening session’ Thursday Oct. 7

Oct. 4. The Mecklenburg County Delegation to the NC General Assembly will host its third online Listening Session of the year this from 7 pm to 8 pm Thursday Oct. 7. This is an opportunity for constituents throughout the county to speak to their legislators. Constituents are encouraged to sign up to speak for up […]

Alert your tastebuds: ‘Taste of Davidson’ coming Oct. 23

Get “A Taste of Davidson” on Saturday, Oct. 23 when the Town of Davidson puts on a first-time ever fall festival complete with food and beverages from local restaurants. The event, which runs from 5 pm to 10 pm, will also feature music from the ACE Party Band. Mayor Rusty Knox said the event on […]

COVID update Sept. 30: 1 new death in Huntersville

Sept. 30. As YouTube launches a sweeping crackdown of vaccine misinformation on the video sharing app, the NC Dept. of Health & Human Services is reporting that COVID hospitalizations have finally slipped below the 3,000 mark—2,943 statewide as of today’s NCDHHS report. The last time they were below 3,000 was on Aug. 18. Despite the […]

COVID Update: 2 new deaths in Cornelius, Davidson

Sept. 29. As many parents wait for the Pfizer vaccine to become available to children—not until November according to the Associated Press—the NC Dept. of Health & Human Services is reporting two new COVID-19 deaths in North Mecklenburg—one in Cornelius and one in Davidson. The pandemic death toll in Cornelius is 29; in Davidson, 17. […]