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Clark Row sketch submitted to Davidson in August 2023 by the applicants.

Public invited to see plans for Clark Row conditional planning area at community meeting Monday

By TL Bernthal. Sept. 12. The public is invited to attend a community meeting to learn more about proposals for the development of the Tom Clark buildings. The Thomas F. Clark Revocable Trust proposes a conditional planning area to redevelop the existing storefront buildings at 121-129 N. Main Street in downtown Davidson. Preliminary plans include […]

Davidson resident will run for District 98 seat held by John Bradford

April 4. Davidson resident Lisa Jewel has announced her candidacy for NC House District 98 which is currently held by Cornelius resident John Bradford whose frequent opponent has been Democrat Christy Clark. “I am kicking off my campaign early in one of the marquee political races in North Carolina. Announcing early is important to develop […]

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Election Day is the last day to vote; here’s how

Nov. 7. Tuesday looks like a perfect day for voting, with sunny skies and temps in the mid-60s. There are four polling places in Cornelius on Election Day: —Community in Christ Lutheran Church, 7621 Norman Island Drive —Jetton Park, 19000 Jetton Road —Bethel Presbyterian Church, 19920 Bethel Church Road —Cornelius Town Hall, 21445 Catawba Ave. […]

Bradford vs. Clark (again) in NC House District 98

Oct. 5. By Dave Vieser. In the highly visible race for House District 98, hardly a day goes by without a political mailer. Lawn signs have sprouted up during the past couple of weeks all over town. The rematch between John Bradford and Christy Clark will be hard-fought. What’s special about NC House District 98? […]

As of today, it will be Bradford vs. Clark in NC District 98

Dec. 6. Former NC Rep. Christy Clark, a Democrat, has announced plans to run for her old seat in the North Carolina House of Representatives—which John Bradford won back last year. NC District 98 will be one of the most competitive races in North Carolina next year. In 2020 both President Biden and Gov. Cooper […]


CMS to push for bond issue

Teacher pay still an issue vis a vis schools in S.C., Va. By Dave Vieser. Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools will seek permission from the county to place a “significant” bond issue on the November 2016 ballot, according to Superintendent Ann Clark. Clark made her comments during the April 22 Newsmakers Breakfast held at The Peninsula Club. “I […]