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Poinsettia sale: Rotary holiday fundraiser

Oct. 11. The Rotary Club of North Mecklenburg is fundraising for local service projects by selling beautiful red 6.5-inch and 10-inch red poinsettias. Orders will be available for pick-up at Visit Lake Norman Visitor Center between 10 am and 2 pm on Saturday, Dec. 4. Place your order with a Rotarian friend or contact Cathy […]

Follow the Cookie Crawl on Nov. 6: Collect Cookies from Davidson Businesses

Oct. 11. The Town of Davidson will host the sixth annual “Cookie Crawl” as an effort to introduce residents and visitors to Davidson businesses, kick off the holiday shopping season, and support our local retailers, all while visiting shops safely during the COVID-19 pandemic. On Saturday, Nov.6 from 11 am to 4 pm, more than […]

Davidson receives a Parks and Recreation Trust Fund grant

Oct. 11. Gov. Roy Cooper announced Sept. 30 that the N.C. Parks and Recreation Trust Fund (PARTF) will award over $5 million in grants to fund local parks and recreation projects across the state.  The Town of Davidson was one of 14 projects in the state to be awarded. This is the Town of Davidson’s […]

COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine booster clinics to be held in Davidson 

Oct. 8. Mecklenburg County Public Health and its community partners will host a COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine booster clinic at Davidson Town Hall at 216 S. Main St. i on Monday, Oct. 11 from 11 am to   2 pm.  They will also be offering another Pfizer booster clinic at the Ada Jenkins Center at 212 […]

Weekend weather: Sunny Sunday, not so much today or Saturday

Oct. 8. It will be cloudy today and Saturday, with off-and-on showers and possible thunderstorms, but perfect weather is setting up for Sunday. For NASCAR fans, it means there’s about a 40-50 percent chance of showers or thunderstorms during the Drive for the Cure at Charlotte Speedway Saturday afternoon. But Sunday’s Bank of America ROVAL […]

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Police blotter: Incidents, arrests and citations Sept. 29-Oct. 5

Reported by Cornelius Police Dept. Incidents Incident Nature Incident address Reported Disposition Victim/Complainant 210929137 Fraud 19708 West Catawba Av 09:43:00 09/29/21 ASN Kat’s Seafood Kitchen 210930159 Larceny 18635 Old Statesville Rd 11:53:00 09/30/21 ASN Circle K 211001146 Damage Property 11125 Will Knox Rd 12:57:12 10/01/21 ASN Honeycutt, Mary 211002132 B&E Vehicle 18425 Statesville Rd 10:35:30 […]

Campbell tapped as state commission chair

Oct. 6. Gov. Cooper has appointed  Jane E. Campbell as the chair to the state the Veterans Affairs Commission. A Davidson Town Commissisoner, she continues to serve as the chair, a position she was appointed to in 2019. Campbell, of Davidson, serves on the commission as the representative of the 12th Congressional District.  She served over […]

Tennis anyone?

Oct. 6. The Lake Norman Tennis Association is looking to help beginners with a new program called Try Tennis. The cost is $40 and includes six hours of tennis instruction, a free racket and t-shirt. The next Try Tennis session for adults (18+) is at Bailey Road Park on 4 consecutive Saturdays: Oct. 16 to […]

Town Board cancels Nov. 1 meeting

Oct. 6. Unlike Huntersville and Mooresville, the Cornelius Town Board has canceled its Election Eve meeting on Nov. 1. The commissioners voted unanimously to cancel the meeting, which means one meeting in November on Monday the 15th. “Given that most citizens are focused on the election, and there aren’t any time-sensitive agenda items that will […]

Charity remembrance event planned Oct. 16 for 13 service members killed in Afghanistan withdrawal 

Oct. 4. The Lake Norman community is invited to a charity remembrance event to honor the 13 members of the United States military who lost their lives during the evacuation of American citizens from Afghanistan this summer.  The event, sponsored by the Town of Davidson and its Police Department,  will be held 9 am Saturday Oct. […]