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Eyes on Jetton: New cameras help deter crime

Sept. 12. By Dave Yochum. If you’ve noticed new cameras on traffic signs on Jetton, you can thank Peninsula resident Bob Watson. He wants to make the Jetton Road area the safest in the state. He solicited friends and neighbors for the money to purchase the cameras, valued at $2,160 each. He’s raised more than […]

Peninsula Community Foundation has new web site in time for 20th anniversary

Aug. 30. By Dave Vieser. The Peninsula Community Foundation (PCF) will be launching a new website later this week, along with a new tagline, “Uniting a Generous Community.” It will coincide with the 20th anniversary of the foundation which is based in The Peninsula. Mobilize donations, volunteers “We will be using this site to mobilize […]


Peninsula Community Foundation fundraiser is Nov. 5

The Peninsula Community Foundation is holding its 13th annual fundraising gala Saturday, Nov. 5. The event, which starts at 6 p.m. at the Peninsula Club, will have a “Roaring Twenties” theme. The fundraiser will include live and silent auctions as well as dancing, a casino, a full-service bar and a “Contraband Cigar Terrace.” Tickets are […]


Farmers Market grows

July 31. The Peninsula Farmers Market, held in the Yacht Club parking lot each Thursday, is catching on. Planned for Thursdays from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm, the market features a wide variety of vendors. It turns out every Farmers Market is different. While the Davidson Farmers Market may feature a greater variety of fresh […]


Dips in the road: Sign vandals hit The Peninsula

June 12. The Cornelius Police Department has been growing its network of video surveillance cameras. In fact, there are more than five dozen cameras around town, with more on the way. But that’s apparently not enough to capture vandals in the act in The Peninsula. Vandals on the prowl have damaged and in some cases […]