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Operation Medicine Drop is Oct. 27

The Cornelius Police Department will hold “Operation Medicine Drop” on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 10 am to 2 pm. It will give the public an opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. The event, which is free and anonymous, will be behind Town […]

Star-crossed love at Hough High

The Hough High School Theatre Department will perform “Romeo & Juliet,” William Shakespeare’s timeless masterpiece of love and conflict, Oct. 25 and 27. Featuring a cast of talented high school performers, Hough will continue its fall play tradition with this classic romantic tragedy about two star-crossed young lovers caught between the feuding Capulet and Montague […]

Boo! Pre-school Halloween fun Oct. 22

There will be a Preschool Halloween Party 10 am to noon Monday, Oct. 22 at the Cornelius Arts Center, 19725 Oak St.  Casper, everyone’s favorite friendly ghost, will be there along with snacks, crafts and the movie “Casper’s Halloween Special.” Ages 3 to 6 are welcome, and all children must be accompanied by an adult. This event is free, but you […]

LKN Chamber Expo Thursday

The Lake Norman Chamber Business Expo is Thursday October 11. It runs from 11 am to 5 pm at the new Huntersville Recreation Center. The facility is located at 11836 Verhoeff Drive beside CPCC Merancas Campus and in front of the Huntersville Family Fitness and Aquatics Center.

Guns & Hoses Saturday at 3

The Cornelius Police Department and Cornelius-Lemley Fire and Rescue will meet on the ball field for a Guns & Hoses Charity Softball Game on Saturday, Sept. 29. The event will kickoff at 3 pm at Bailey Road Park. Join Cornelius First Responders for a fun afternoon including food from Tenders, local brewery Eleven Lakes Brewing, […]

Newsmakers Breakfast Sept. 26 on charter schools

The thinking behind the charter school debate—more so than the politics—will be the subject of a Newsmakers Breakfast Sept. 26 at The Peninsula Club. Thought leaders Karen Bentley, a former Mecklenburg County Commissioner, and Jim Fuller, a member of the Davidson Board of Commissioners, will field questions for the better part of an hour over […]

Mooresville/Lake Norman Days of Caring

It’s not too late to volunteer for United Way of Central Carolinas Mooresville/Lake Norman Days of Caring, Sept. 22 – Sept. 26. This annual event gives volunteers the opportunity to roll up their sleeves and work together to make an impact in the community. Days of Caring includes 12 volunteer projects across Mooresville, Troutman, Davidson, […]

Pounding for Parker Gala Oct. 4

The Pounding For Parker Foundation Gala Oct. 4 at Sweet Magnolia Estate features a live and silent auction, a wine pull, raffles, chef-prepared food stations, wine and beer, live music by Dead Man’s Banjo and much more. Tickets are $100 each, or $800 for a reserved table of eight.  Reserved tables provide a designated home […]

Come hungry: Bethel BBQ is Sept. 27

Bethel Presbyterian Church will host their annual barbecue and silent auction on Thursday Sept. 27. This year proceeds will help support the Charlotte Rescue Mission and the One7 Ministries. BBQ sandwiches, plates and 1 lb. containers will be sold from 11 am to 7 pm. The silent auction and quilt sale will be held in […]

Prayer Vigil on Davidson Village Green Sept. 20

Days after the violence in Charlottesville, Va. last year, the Confederate soldiers’ monument on Zion Avenue was vandalized. Joel Simpson, the former associate pastor at Mt. Zion United Methodist, organized a prayer vigil on the Davidson Village Green. There will be a second prayer vigil on the Green in Davidson at 7 p.m. Sept. 20.