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Update: Atrium mass vaccinations

April 9. Atrium Health will hold mass vaccination events through the end of April. Appointments are currently available at Bank of America Stadium through April 27. There is a one-shot Johnson & Johnson event today and a first-dose Pfizer event on Saturday as well as another Johnson & Johnson event Sunday. There are additional Pfizer […]

Weekend Weather

April 9. Today’s weather is summer-like with a high around 81 and a chance of late afternoon thunderstorms. Saturday, look for rain and showers, and possible storms in the afternoon and evening. Things should clear up Sunday morning, becoming sunny with a high near 77. Lovely weather continues Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday.

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Where are you going in 2050? How will you get there?

April 8. By Dave Yochum. The Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO) wants input on potential transportation projects in the next 30 years to be included in the 2050 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP), a 30-year document that is updated every five years. Because it is fiscally restrained, the CRTPO also has to do an estimation […]

Novant Health offering vaccine appointments for patients, non-patients

April 8. Novant Health is offering vaccination appointments to patients and non-patients alike. Appointments fill up fast and supply may be limited. You can sign up for appointment alerts if no times are available at your preferred location and Novant will notify you when a slot opens. The North Carolina Department of Health and Human […]

Huntersville seeks PAC advisory board member

April 7. Huntersville is accepting applications through April 9 for the Public Art Commission. Serving as a member on these advisory boards gives residents an opportunity to give input andsuggestions regarding leisure, parks, trails, greenways, art and recreation activities in the town.¬† These advisory boards provide an invaluable service to the Huntersville Parks and Recreation […]

A reminder about the Lake Norman Humane Food Bank

April 6.¬†Lake Norman Humane, 2106 Charlotte Hwy., Mooresville, reports an alarming uptick of emaciated animals entering its care in recent months. Lake Norman Humane asks that if you are a pet owner in need of food for your cat or dog, please visit the shelter food bank. The food bank is open noon-6 pm Wednesdays. […]

Cornelius Today holiday schedule

April 2. We will close on Good Friday at noon and will reopen Tuesday April 6 at 9 am. The newsletter will resume Tuesday. We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday.

New Junior Disc Golf League

April 2. Registration opens Monday, April 5, for Cornelius residents for a new Junior Disc Golf League for boys and girls 7 to 15 years old. The Cornelius PARC Dept. will host the league on the disc golf course at Bailey Road Park on Thursday afternoons starting April 29. Registration is $25 for Cornelius residents […]

Weekend Weather: Freeze tonight

April 2. It may be April but it will feel more like February until the warm-up begins in earnest Easter Sunday. Look for highs Friday of 51; Saturday, near 59; and Easter Sunday, 70-71. But it’s going to be cold tonight, with a low around 29. Saturday night’s low will be around 37. Warm-up continues […]

Freezing temps could bring frost tonight, Friday night

April 1. Overnight temperatures will dip below freezing tonight and tomorrow night, according to the National Weather Service. Thursday night’s low will be 30; Friday night, 28. High today and tomorrow is 51 degrees. Saturday and Easter Sunday get back to seasonably warmer (and sunny): 59 Saturday; 70 on Easter.

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