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Arlie Baby is expected to open  soon in a kiosk at Birkdale Village. Photo | Birkdale Village

More retailers coming to Birkdale Village

Sept. 22. The fourth tiny retail kiosk in The Grove near Regal Cinemas in Birkdale Village has now been claimed by mother-daughter duo Robin Galloway and Samantha Stevens, who will open Airlie Baby in October. The shop will offer infant and toddler clothing, toys, books, accessories, and more, with a variety of bamboo and organic cotton […]

Paving at Exit 23 postponed until next weekend

Aug. 19. The contractor for the NC Department of  Transportaion  will not be paving the I-77 ramp at Exit 23 in Huntersville this weekend as planned, according Tweets from @HuntersvilleGOV. The paving operation has been rescheduled for next weekend. If NCDOT follows the same schedule as was planned for this weekend, then starting 9 pm […]

Stumptown Road Extension Project comment period ends soon

Aug. 3. A project to extend Stumptown Road east of NC 115 (Old Statesville Road) is expected to begin construction in 2026. This project in Huntersville will feature bike lanes and sidewalks. Seagle Street will also extend north to the new road to increase local connectivity. The Stumptown Road Extension Project comment period is open […]

2 stores open in Birkdale Village

July 19. Cosmo Gypsy and Beck on Broad have joined the retail stores at Birkdale Village in Huntersville. Cosmo Gypsy has a curated selection of Bohemian-inspired offerings.  Beck on Broad offers luxury apparel, shoes, artisan jewelry and more Click here to see what is open.  

Huntersville plans a week of fun for everyone

July 13. During the first week of August, Huntersville Parks & Recreation is partnering with the Police Department, Huntersville Fire and Huntersville Presbyterian Church to offer a full week of fun activities for all ages. It’s called “Huntersville Week of Fun – Something for Everyone.” Here’s the schedule: —Move It Monday, Aug. 1, 10 – […]

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Healing History at Cedar Grove July 16

July 6. The “H” in HEARTS comes alive this month with Healing History, the latest in a new series of place-based happenings at the Cedar Grove mansion and Hugh Torance House and Store on Gilead Road in Huntersville. HEARTS, which stands for History, Ecology, Art, Reunion, Trails, Store, are multi-faceted, local-centric exploration of our shared […]

Stella Rising

Birkdale Village concerts, events return this week

June 6. Concerts and other signature events are returning to Birkdale Village. Get your blankets and lawn chairs ready for Live Under the Oaks concerts 6-8 pm Fridays. StellaRising will kick off the season this Friday. A bar will be onsite in the designated area provided by Red Rocks Cafe. Birkdale Buds for the pre-school […]

Wheels turning for parade in Birkdale Village

June 2. Get your red, white and blue crew ready for a 4th of July celebration. Beginning at 10 am, kids are invited to deck their bikes out with stars and stripes decor provided by Birkdale Village to get ready for the big parade. At 11 am,  the Huntersville Police Department will lead kids in […]

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 […]