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2014-July-4Town Green concert audience

Here’s the schedule for music in Davidson

April 11. The Town of Davidson is concert central for 2022 with groups like Band of Oz, Davidson College Symphony and the mayor himself performing. In addition to the Village Green, concerts will be held at the Circles on Jetton and the porch of Crazy Pig on various Saturdays and Sundays now through late October. […]

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

April 5. In April, the Davidson Police Department will place blue and silver pinwheels in front of Davidson Town Hall as part of Child Abuse Prevention Month.  The department invites everyone to visit the pinwheel garden and post a photo to social media with #passthepinwheel to spread awareness and visibility for the campaign.

Photo: Atrium

Tallardy’s give $1 million to Atrium for cancer research

March 24. A daughter and son-in-law of the late Dr. Claude Hardison McConnell and Dr. Mary Jane McConnell, beloved local optometrists, have donated $1 million to Atrium Health Levine Cancer Institute. The gift will establish the Gayle J. and Charles C. Tallardy III Foundation Distinguished Chair in Clinical Research Endowment. —David M. Foureau, associate professor […]

US Rep. Adams announces $400K for affordable units in Davidson

March 18. The Town of Davidson is poised to receive federal funding for its affordable housing program, specifically units being planned for the Hoke Townhomes project on Jetton Street. US Rep. Alma Adams (NC-12) said funding requests in the omnibus bill signed by President Biden this week included $400,000 for the development. The money will […]

Get Bach

March 10. Organ at Davidson continues March 14 at Davidson College Presbyterian Church with Peter Morey, a graduate student at Eastern Carolina University, performing the annual Bach Birthday Bash. Considered the greatest composer of organ music, Bach was born March 31, 1685. The performance begins at 7:30 pm.

$1,150,00 | 18825 River Falls Estate, Davidson

Davidson home and property sales

These property transactions were recorded by the Register of Deeds. 1/20/22 $646,500 Standard Pacific of the Carolinas to Kirsten & Travis Cocrane, 16922 Setter Point Ln. 1/21/22 $450,000 Daniel & Nicole Gersper to Patricia M Montgomery, 815 Jetton St. 1/25/22 $750,000 Brian & Hilary Green to Jennifer Green & Snaebjoern Gunnsteinsson, 13347 Bally Bunnion Way […]

Davidson Gallery Crawl

Applications are now available for April is for Arts 

Feb. 21.  April is for Arts, a celebration of art and culture in North Mecklenburg, features numerous events throughout the month of April in Davidson Cornelius, and Huntersville.  This includes the Gallery Crawl and Art on the Green, North Mecklenburg’s largest annual multi-artist festival, an event held on the Davidson Village Green which includes artists’ […]

Ada Jenkins Center asks you join them fore a good time

  Feb. 16.  The Ada Jenkins Center’s  second annual Golfing for Good golf event will be held May 16 at River Run Country Club in Davidson. The day includes: 18 holes of golf; golf carts accommodating two golfers each; breakfast, lunch and beverages; contests, raffle prizes and giveaways. Registration and details here. Prizes will be […]

$2,8000,000 | 715 Davidson Run Lane,

Davidson property transactions

These recent property transactions in Davidson were recorded by the Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds. 12/16/21 $530,000 Ryan & Stephane Griffin to Joseph Antonucci Jr. & Alyssa D’Alessandre, 15447 Davidson East Dr. 12/16/21 $945,000 A. Kerrty & Helene Williams to Rebecca & Patrick Nolan, 18320 Copeland Way 12/17/21 $875,000 Mark & Elaine Kesterholt to Jan […]


Davidson Community Players presents “Proof”

Feb. 15. “Proof” by David Auburn is the story of Catherine, a troubled young woman, who has spent years caring for her brilliant but unstable father, a famous mathematician.  Now, following his death, she must deal with her own volatile emotions; the arrival of her estranged sister, Claire; and the attentions of Hal, one of […]