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Today is Flag Day

June 14. Today is Flag Day, the 245th anniversary of the adoption of the flag of the United States in 1777. Flag Day pays homage to this symbol of democracy and freedom that serves as a beacon for all Americans. All North Carolinians are encouraged to display the U.S. flag at full staff to honor […]

E-newsletter holiday schedule

Nov. 24. Cornelius Today and Business Today will close Thursday, Nov. 25 and Friday, Nov. 26 for the Thanksgiving holiday. The daily e-newsletter will resume on Monday, Nov. 29.

Tree-lighting is Nov. 27 at Town Hall

Nov. 15. Light Up Cornelius, a local holiday tradition, will be 4-7 pm Saturday, Nov. 27 behind Cornelius Town Hall. Festivities will include holiday songs, horse-drawn carriage rides, craft vendors, photos with Santa Claus, a s’mores station, a model train display, food vendors and the tree lighting ceremony at 5:45 pm. The event, which is […]

Labor Day newsletter, publishing schedule, a little history

Aug. 31. Cornelius Today and Business Today will close Friday and Monday in observance of Labor Day, reopening on Tuesday Sept. 7. The e-newsletter will resume at that time. The September print edition will be in mailboxes Friday and Saturday of this week. National holiday Congress established Labor Day as a national holiday. In 1894, […]

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7 healthy holiday gift options, the COVID-19 edition

Nov. 16. By Cliff Mehrtens. Giving the gift of good health this holiday season – like many things during COVID-19 – will be slightly different. Many gyms, fitness centers and health clubs have closed, or are open at a reduced capacity because of the virus. And, let’s face it, the more we distance, the more […]

Christmas is a wonderful time in N. Meck

The North Mecklenburg Christmas Parade, put on by the Davidson Fire Department and Cornelius-Lemley Volunteer Fire Department, starts in Davidson on Saturday at 1 pm and ends on Main Street in Cornelius at Catawba Avenue. Hint to parents: Santa rides in a fire truck! The Davidson United Methodist Church Live Nativity, which has live animals, soloists and even […]