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Zoom seminar tonight on slowing the aging process

March 19. Worldwide, around 50 million people have dementia, with nearly 10 million new cases every year, according to the World Health Organization. The estimated proportion of the general population aged 60 and over with dementia is between 5 percent and 8 percent. Chris Davis, managing director of Davidson Wealth Management, says there is more […]

Free shredding April 10

March 19. There will be a free document shredding event behind Cornelius Town Hall on Saturday, April 10 from 9 am to noon. There’s a four-box maximum and the event may end early due to heavy volume. Everyone is asked to remain in their cars; Cornelius Police will assist with directions. CPD along with Aquesta […]

Joint meeting of Town Board, Planning Board

March 17. The Board of Commissioners will hold a special meeting to conduct a joint meeting with the Planning Board on Thursday, March 18, beginning at 5 pm to discuss priorities and strategies for the Land Use Plan update. The session will be held in the Assembly Room of Cornelius Town Hall. Due to COVID-19, […]

Virtual Bicycle & Pedestrian Safety Program

March 16. The Cornelius Police Dept. Traffic Safety Unit will host a Virtual Bicycle & Pedestrian Safety Program on Zoom today at 6 pm. Click here to join in.

Registration open for Ada Jenkins golf fundraiser

March 15. Ada Jenkins Center’s Golfing for Good tournament will be held Monday, May 17 at the River Run Country Club. Registration includes player/greens fees for four players, 2 golf carts, and lunch/beverages. Click here to register: $1,500.00/Golf Foursome: Greens fees (4), 2 golf carts, lunch/beverages $7,500.00/Scoreboard Sponsor: Golf foursome, plus company name/logo on the […]

Hop Along the Bunny Trail March 27

March 8. It’s bunny time: Hop Along the Bunny Trail will take place Saturday, March 27 from 2 pm to 5 pm at the Robbins Park boardwalk. The event, for kids between 3 and 12, will include family fun, as well as photos with the Easter Bunny. Be sure to bring a basket to collect […]

Brown U president will discuss higher ed post-COVID

March 4. If you’re pondering the value of a college education in the 21st century, a Davidson College Zoom lecture on the evening of March 17 will be helpful, and it’s open to the public. Some of the problems in US higher education that existed before the pandemic have worsened over the past year. Dr. […]

‘Rounding Third’ up to bat

March 4. “Rounding Third,” a play about two Little League coaches where the audience is the stand-in for the team, will be held outdoors at Armour Street Theater 307 Armour St. in Davidson. Performances Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays March 25 to April 4, at 7:30pm, Sundays at 2 pm. Tickets, info at $15: http://www.davidsoncommunityplayers.org/

CEO of Allen Tate speaks at Chamber March 10

March 3. Pat Riley, CEO of Allen Tate, will provide an overview of the residential real estate market Wednesday, March 10. Due to COVID-19, seating will be limited to 15 people in person with other attendees joining via ZOOM. Participants must RSVP to the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce at 704-892-1922 or email sylvia@lakenormanchamber.org. Masks […]

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Major new project on deck for public hearing tonight

March 1. By Dave Vieser. The first public hearing on the Sefton Park Development—one of the largest mixed-use developments ever proposed for Cornelius—will take place Monday March 1 beginning at 5 pm. This will be the first opportunity for public comment on this project planned on 10 acres between Sefton Park Road near the CATS […]