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Rusty Knox serves as mayor of Davidson and is also a local musician

Davidson ringing community dinner bell at Beaver Dam

Aug. 30. The Town of Davidson is holding a community dinner on Sept, 22 at the historic Beaver Dam plantation house on Davidson-Concord Road. They’re serving BBQ, macaroni and cheese, baked beans, cookies and brownies. “I am a firm believer in the fellowship of breaking bread together—it’s a great peace-maker and relationship builder,” said Mayor […]

Davidson composting program starts soon

Aug. 30. The Town of Davidson has teamed up with Crown Town Compost to reduce food waste at the landfill by introducing a new pilot composting program. This program will allow enrolled residents, up to 250 households, to bring their food scraps to five drop-off locations in Davidson for composting. Registration will begin Sept. 1. […]

Want to be in the North Meck Holiday Parade?

Aug. 29. Organizers of the 40th Annual North Mecklenburg Holiday Parade will accept the first 100 applicants to participate. Applications will be available Sept. 1.  The parade is Saturday, Dec. 3. It steps off 1 pm at the intersection of Main and Griffith streets in Davidson, and ends in Cornelius. For information on the North […]

Lorimer reopening for the weekend

Aug. 26. Lorimer Road between Thompson Street and Pine Road, where the water main break occurred earlier this week, will be closed until 3:30 pm but it will temporarily reopen for the weekend. Repairs will continue early next week.

Significant water main break in Davidson

Aug. 24. There has been a “significant” water main break on Lorimer Road in Davidson between Pine and Thompson. Expect extended road closures if you’re driving through, as well as interrupted service. As of late morning Wednesday, CLT Water was en route to begin repairs.

CLT Water closing part of South Street in Davidson

Aug. 23: Charlotte Water will close South Street from Cathey Street to Mimosa Street from late August to early October because of a major wastewater project. The connector between Antiquity and downtown Davidson is also home to baseball fields, churches, schools and the future Davidson Town Hall. The wastewater project, which extends to Hillside at […]

Kyiv City Ballet / Photo: Davidson College

Kyiv City Ballet performs at Davidson College Sept. 18

Aug. 18. The Kyiv City Ballet, on its inaugural tour of the United States, will perform their mixed repertoire show “Tribute to Peace” at Davidson College on Sept. 18. The performance is at 7:30 pm in the Duke Family Performance Hall. Ticket prices range from $12 to $22. Background The day before Ukraine was invaded […]

Nominations open for community service award

Aug. 15. The Town of Davidson is accepting nominations for the G. Jackson Burney Community Service Award. The award honors G. Jackson Burney and those who improve the Davidson community through unselfish service. The annual award is presented in late November at a community event at Town Hall. Nominations are open through Sept. 30. Background In […]

Interested teens can apply for Lake Norman Teen Council participation

Aug. 15. Join the Lake Norman Teen Council and make friends and have something fun to do that looks great on your college application. This organization provides service projects, workshops, campus cruises and the opportunity to go on teen trips. This council is sponsored by the Parks and Recreation Departments of Cornelius, Huntersville and Davidson. […]

$1,250,000 | 18603 Silent Falls Cove

Davidson home and property sales

These property transactions were recorded by the Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds 6/16/22 $532,000 Jonathan  & Deborah Hart to Hashi Breeding & Shaunn Lynn Osten, 17407 Summers Walk Blvd. 6/17/22 $416,000 Blue Heel Davidson to Shawna Norris, 546 Amalfi Drive 6/21/22 $551,000 Peachtree Residential to Sarah Core, 15207 Rocky Bluff Loop 6/22/22 $550,000 T&R Real […]