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Planning board takes up changes to Alexander Farm plan May 16

May 4. The Planning Board will hold a special meeting on Monday, May 16 to consider a recommendation on a proposed amendment to the previously approved rezoning plan for the Alexander Farm. The amendment proposes an increase in the number of senior apartments from 130 to 143 units, as well as the plan to preserve […]

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Boat host registration is open for Big Day at the Lake 18

May 3. Boaters are encouraged to sign up early to host a Big/Little team for  Big Day at the Lake. Big Day at the Lake will be Saturday, July 16 and Boat Hosts are needed to take the Bigs and Littles out on Lake Norman for a morning full of fun before the picnic at […]

Join the Town of Davidson on Saturday for Town Day on the Green

May 2. The Town of Davidson’s annual Town Day celebration will be held on Saturday, May 7 on the town green. Residents are encouraged to walk or ride their bikes to the green because  May is National Bike Month. There will be a “bike corral” near the Town of Davidson booth, and the town will […]

Police blotter: Incidents, arrests and citations April 20-26

As reported by Cornelius Police Dept. Incidents Incident Nature Incident address Reported Disposition Victim/Complainant 220420068 Larceny 17111 Statesville Rd 15:37:00 04/20/22 CLO Home Depot 220420074 Larceny 17111 Statesville Rd 16:34:00 04/20/22 CLO Home Depot 220421011 Larceny 19530 Mount Zion Py 01:08:24 04/21/22 ASN Truesdale, Rosetta 220421075 B&E Vehicle 19000 Jetton Rd 10:25:00 04/21/22 ASN Goldman, […]

Weekend weather: It’s spring. It’s up in the air

April 29. Look for sunshine today and a high around 74-75, but more clouds and possible showers and t-storms Saturday and Sunday when the highs will be near 80 and then 85, respectively. Summer-like weather returns Monday-Wednesday. Saturday: Slight chance of rain before 9 am, chance of showers after 1. Partly sunny, high 78-80. Sunday: […]

Huntersville senior lands Morehead scholarship

April 29. Montgomery Case Maddox, the son of Renee and Jeremy Maddox of Huntersville, has won a four-year Morehead-Cain scholarship to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Pine Lake Preparatory senior is student body president, Model UN co-president, Mu Alpha Theta co-president, and Special Olympics vice president. In Model UN, Case […]

Former Huntersville Mayor Swain has passed away

April 28. Former Huntersville Mayor Jill Swain has passed away at 61. Swain, who was also founder and executive director of the Huntersville Chamber of Commerce, served as town commissioner for eight years and mayor for eight years. She also served as chair of the North Carolina Metro Mayors Coalition and as co-chair of the […]

Early voting under way at Town Hall, 15 other Meck locations

Starting today, Town Hall will be open for primary voters on weekdays from 8 am to 7:30 pm; Saturdays from 8 am to 3 pm; and Sundays from 1 pm to 4 pm. You can vote at any of the locations below, not just Town Hall. The last day for early voting is Saturday May […]

April is World Autism Month in NC

April 26. Gov. Cooper has proclaimed April as World Autism Month in North Carolina to raise awareness and recognize individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), their families and organizations working to support them. Autism spectrum disorder is a neurological and developmental disorder that begins early in childhood and consists of a broad range of conditions […]

Police blotter: Incidents, arrests and citations April 13-19

Reported by Cornelius Police Dept. Incidents Incident Nature Incident address Reported Disposition Victim/Complainant 220413073 Larceny 20125 N Main St 14:27:35 04/13/22 ASN Food Lion 220414047 Fraud 17505 West Catawba Av 09:47:02 04/14/22 ASN Freedom Boat Club 220415065 Fraud 20435 Chartwell Center Dr 12:09:12 04/15/22 ACT Lake Norman Infiniti 220418057 Larceny 21047 Decora Dr 12:44:48 04/18/22 […]