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Place white rigid foam in the specially marked bins. Look for "REX" the dinosaur. Phto | Meckenburg County

County expands what can be recycled to ease load at landfills

Jan. 23. Clothing and shoes, hard and soft back books, white rigid foam and shredded paper now be recycled at the North Mecklenburg Recycling Center in Huntersville. The list of what can be recycled and dropped off at Mecklenburg County’s full-service recycling centers is much longer because of the county’s enhanced recycling program.     “We understand our […]


How to get around during North Meck Holiday Parade

Dec. 2. The 40th North Meck Holiday Parade will be held rain or shine tomorrow  in Davidson and Cornelius. And rain is likely.  The parade route will begin 1 pm on Main Street at Griffith Street in Davidson and will continue south on Hwy. 115 through Cornelius and will end at Hickory Street and Hwy. […]

COVID update: Positivity rate at 9%, hospitalizations down 20% from Sept. 1

Sept. 27. The COVID positivity rate statewide remained below 10 percent in NC Dept. of Health & Human Services Monday report, having been as high as 15.8 percent less than three weeks ago. New daily cases came in at 2,665 today, the lowest since the Aug. 10 report. Hospitalizations Hospitalizations fell to 3,012 statewide, down […]

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Birkdale’s new owner rolling out changes

NORTH MECK | Sept. 9. Look for changes at Birkdale Village including a new paint scheme, new tenants and an all-around effort to make the 52-acre mixed-use project the perfect “third place” where there’s a sense of community that Facebook and Instagram can’t provide. Sociologist Ray Oldenburg says a third place is where people spend […]

Northern Regional Recreation Center rendering

Northern Regional Rec Center will open early next year

NORTH MECK | By Dave Yochum. July 23. The giant Northern Regional Recreation Center is expected to open in the first quarter of 2022 with 16 full-time and 89 part-time employees, according to Mecklenburg County Commissioner Elaine Powell, the North Meck representative on the county board. The 41-acre site on Hwy. 115 includes 18 acres […]