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Temporary road closures, detours in Huntersville for holiday events

Dec. 1. The Town of Huntersville will host its tree lighting and “A Huntersville Christmas” event at Veterans Park this weekend. The events will temporarily close Maxwell Avenue between Old Statesville Road (NC 115) and Huntersville-Concord Road and Main Street between Bigham Street and Huntersville-Concord Road during the festivities 4 – 10 pm Friday, Dec.2, […]

WalletHub ranks college towns to help HS seniors determine where to live

Dec. 1. To help college-bound high school seniors determine their future home for the next several years, WalletHub compared more than 400 U.S. cities – also grouped by city size – based on 32 key indicators of academic, social and economic growth potential. Charlotte ranked 17th of 66 in the large city ranking. Davidson did […]

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Woman hit by car | update

Nov. 30. [Updated 11 am Dec. 1] A pedestrian is in Atrium Main with life-threatening injuries after being struck by a car at the intersection of Westmoreland Lake and West Catawba this morning. UPDATE 11 am Dec. 1: Atrium Main said Messier has been discharged. Cornelius Police identified her as Joan Messier. CPD would not […]

Holiday happenings coming up in Mooresville

Nov. 30. The Mooresville Downtown Commission announced a lineup of holiday events taking place in Downtown Mooresville. These include Mistletoe Sip & Shop events, a Classic Christmas in Mooresville and the Winterlights Alive light show. The two Mistletoe Sip & Shop events take place on 6-8 pm Dec. 2 and 16 from. Independently owned shops […]

ReadDavidson announces book selections

Nov. 30. ReadDavidson, an annual town-wide reading initiative that started in 2007, is a partnership between the Town of Davidson, the Davidson Public Library, Main Street Books, and local avid readers. For 2023, ReadDavidson is excited to announce that it is joining forces to support and enhance the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library’s (CML) Community Read initiative. […]

Police blotter: Incidents, arrests, citations

As reported by the Cornelius Police Dept. Nov. 16-22 Incidents Incident Nature Incident address Reported Disposition Victim/Complainant 221117050 Fraud 20000 One Norman Cir 09:35:15 11/17/22 ASN Redrock Restoration Construction, LLC 221119035 Fraud 21140 Cold Spring Ln 08:46:00 11/19/22 ASN Adair, Katy 221119060 Larceny Vehicle 19807 W Catawba Av 11:58:00 11/19/22 ACT Ray, Robert 221119078 B&E […]

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Davidson home and property sales

Nov. 29. These property transactions in Davidson were recorded by the Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds Sept. 19-Oct. 13. 9/19/22 $969,000 Richard Lima & Heather Taylor to Carmine & Laura Milone, 142 N. Lynbrook Drive 9/20/22 $375,000 Lindsey Turner ot Kevin Mangan, 15812 Sharon Dale Drive 9/20/22 $600,000 Evelyn & Sonia Wilson to Phillip & […]

Coffee Chat Dec. 5 features 3 mayors

Nov. 29. All three North Meck mayors will attend the Dec. 5 Coffee Chat at H2 Public House in Cornelius. The event, which will include a Q&A session, begins at 8:30 am. The event will be streamed live on Facebook and Zoom, with replays available on YouTube. Cornelius Mayor Woody Washam will lead the discussion alongside Mayor […]

Town board signs off on continuing relaxed sign rules

Nov. 29. By Dave Vieser. Small temporary signs, which have been permitted in Cornelius since the onset of the pandemic, will continue to be allowed for at least another six months. The unanimous decision by town commissioners came after some residents complained about the signs detracting from the appearance of the town. “I understand the […]

Be an angel to a local senior during the holidays

Nov. 29. The Neighborhood CARE Center is looking for individuals or families to help celebrate senior adult neighbors by gifting them with a Christmas gift basket or bag filled with treats. Register by Thursday, Dec. 1, here or by calling Roberta Meier at 602-881-1906. Assemble a box, bag or basket  with goodies and mark if […]