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Tommy Davis, from left, historian for North Meck Crime Stoppers, Arlene Arciero, treasurer, and David Rochester, chairman, volunteer at an event. Crime Stoppers is a 
community-based program designed to assist local law enforcement agencies with crime prevention.

Crime doesn’t pay, but helping solve it can

March 28. By TL Bernthal. North Mecklenburg Crime Stoppers wants to work with residents to prevent and solve crimes. Crime Stoppers’ primary aim is to raise awareness with regard to citizen participation in crime fighting in our community. The tip line, 704-896-7887, is one way: Residents can report crimes confidentially and be rewarded if the […]

Save the date: April 29 home tour in Davidson supports DCCDC

March 28. The Davidson-Cornelius Child Development Center will hold the Davidson Home & Village Tour April 29. Centered on the Town Green, the walking tour will feature unique architectural styles, interior design, historical landmarks and local artists. Adult admission is $40, children 2-12 are $15 with advance purchase. The event runs 10 amto4pm. DCCDC provides […]

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New book on Cherokee Nation’s history gets NEH grant

March 28. Some records are lost to history—destroyed during the nation’s bloodiest conflict, carelessly tossed aside when homes were seized and their contents purged, or exposed to the elements as the inhabitants of those homes trudged the desolate path of forced relocation. It’s the job of the historian to surface the first-hand accounts and official […]

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Davidson College named a top producer for Fulbright U.S. Student Program

March 27. The State Department’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) recognizes Davidson College and other U.S. colleges and universities that received the highest number of applicants selected for the 2022-23 Fulbright U.S. Student Program. Six students from Davidson were selected for Fulbright awards for the academic year 2022-2023. Fulbright is the U.S. government’s […]

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Davidson home sales

March 24. These property transactions were recorded by the Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds in January and February. 1/23/23 $330,000 Judith West to Renuka Sekhon & Kim Patel, 630 Old Meeting Way  1/25/23 $650,000 Anne Veleke to MJ Vacation Properties, 419 South St.  1/27/23 $596,500 HC Davidson Walk LLC to Susan Symons, 368 Armour St.  […]

3 Rotary Clubs share mission to help save children around the world

March 24. The Davidson Rotary Club, Rotary Club of North Mecklenburg County and Lake Norman – Huntersville Rotary Club have joined forces again to help children around the world access life changing heart surgeries. Last year the clubs raised enough to save the lives of 40 children. This year a dinner and a silent auction […]

Davidson announces performers for summer series of concerts

March 23. Concerts on the Green, Concerts @ the Circles and Second Saturdays at the Square will all return to Davidson this year. The Town of Davidson announced the performers for the summer’s three series. Concerts on the Green The town’s traditional concert series, Concerts on the Green, is held on the Village Green and […]

Davidson celebrates grand opening of new town hall on Saturday

March 22. The Town of Davidson invites the community to the grand opening of the new Davidson Town Hall and Community Center  at 251 South St. on Saturday, March 25 from 11 am to 2 pm. Mayor Rusty Knox will kick off the event in front of the newly renovated building at 11 am with […]

NC Sen. Marcus to hold Town Hall in Huntersville

March 22. NC Sen. Natasha Marcus will host her second Town Hall of 2023 this Thursday, March 23 from 6 pm to 7 pm at North County Regional Library in Huntersville. There is also an option to attend the Town Hall virtually. She will provide updates on legislation in the NC General Assembly and answer […]

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Winter market at Davidson Farmers Market ends this weekend

March 17. The last Winter market will be 9 am – noon Saturday, March 18, at the Davidson Farmers Market. Along with the vendors, there will be live music, a Seed to Sanctuary drop-in workshop, Woodlawn Steamfest drop-in kids workshop and Rico’s Acai Food Truck. The weather report looks great. The Davidson Farmers Market will open […]