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Your 2019 Town Board Candidates Guide Part 3 of 3

One stop/early voting begins at 10 am today at Cornelius Town Hall. Voters can cast their ballots from 10 am to 7 pm through Friday Nov. 1 in the Community Room on the east side of the Town Hall building. In today’s online edition we asked seven candidates for Town Board to outline their Top […]

Your 2019 Town Board Candidates Guide/Part 2 of 3

One stop/early voting begins Monday at Town Hall from 10 am to 7 pm through Friday Nov. 1 in the Community Room. Based on past experience, it’s a good way to meet and engage with candidates outside, and lines move quickly. Cornelius voters will be selecting all five commissioners for the Town Board out of […]

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Your 2019 Town Board Candidates Guide Part 1

One stop/early voting begins next week in Cornelius at Town Hall under a new schedule adopted by the Mecklenburg Board of Elections. Voters can cast their ballots starting Monday Oct. 21 from 10 am to 7 pm through Friday Nov. 1 in the Community Room in Town Hall. Based on past experience, it’s a good […]

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Vote early, not often

One stop/early voting begins next week in Cornelius at Town Hall under a new schedule adopted by the Mecklenburg Board of Elections. Voters can cast their ballots starting Monday Oct. 21 from 10 am to 7 pm through Friday Nov. 1 in the Community Room in Town Hall. Based on past experience, it’s a good […]

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Legislators holding I-77 press conference at 10 am

  March 25. New legislation called “An Act to Clear Roadblocks to I-77 Toll Relief” will be unveiled at 10 this morning at a press conference near the EMS station just south of the West Marine/Gold’s Gym shopping center. The backdrop for TV new purposes is I-77. Rep. Christy Clark and Sen. Natasha Marcus, who […]

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Mayor Washam will seek 2nd term

  March 7. By Dave Yochum. Mayor Woody Washam will seek a second term at the helm of Cornelius government. The long-time community leader, two-term town commissioner, banker and church organist has also chaired the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce. Two years ago Washam replaced former Mayor Chuck Travis, who withstood a 5-0 no-confidence vote […]

Sources Say Cornelius Losing Police Chief to Huntersville

Dec. 14.  It looks like Huntersville’s full-on raid of Cornelius municipal talent is taking another step forward. Huntersville Chief of Police has resigned effective Jan. 4, according to Huntersville Town Manager Anthony Roberts, the former town manager of Cornelius. No one has been named to replace him, said Huntersville Mayor John Aneralla. But Cornelius Police […]

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Visitation Friday, funeral Saturday for former Mayor Nannie Potts

  The funeral for Nannie Potts, a former mayor of Cornelius, will be at 11 am Saturday Nov. 17 at Torrence Chapel AME Zion Church, 21517 Torrence Chapel Road. Visitation will be 6 pm to 8 pm Friday, Nov. 16 at the church. She was the first female mayor of Cornelius as well as the […]

NC House candidates discuss goals and priorities

Christy Clark, Democrat I-77 Tolls: Work alongside Gov. Cooper and the NCDOT to develop real solutions to I-77. Toll roads are one tool that could help pay for highways. But the I-77 toll lane is a case study in what not to do. It’s not just about a high toll fee or a 50-year contract. […]

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Miltich responds to criticism

July 16. By Dave Yochum. UPDATED 7:30 pm. A female former employee of Cornelius Mayor Pro Tem Michael Miltich says the surgeon was a great  boss. “He never did anything inappropriate or made me feel uncomfortable in any way. I worked alongside of him when it was just he and I. He had ample opportunity […]

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