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HUNTERSVILLE – Margaritas are routinely near the top of “most popular drink” lists, and based on the orders of customers at La Unica, those rankings are fitting. Alex Tolentino has been bartending at the Mexican restaurant for 2 1/2 years, and says the house margarita is by far the most orde…

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HUNTERSVILLE – As further proof that change is coming to the Exit 23 Interstate 77 interchange, the town has executed an agreement with the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) related to the pedestrian facilities improvements planned as part of the project.

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HUNTERSVILLE – The town will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house for Huntersville Fire Department (HFD) Station 4 on Saturday, May 12, starting at noon. The ceremony will be followed by an open house lasting until 4 p.m. at the new fire station, 8826 McIlwaine Road. 

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HUNTERSVILLE – Huntersville residents were able to try their skill at a variety of art mediums on May 6 as part of the annual Hello Huntersville event. People could paint, do a marble installation, play instruments, watch various performers, taste from local food trucks and breweries or simp…

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HUNTERSVILLE – An award-winning community celebration of spring returns downtown the first Sunday in May. Hello Huntersville, a multi-faceted arts, activities and entertainment gathering co-sponsored by the town parks and recreation department and the Mecklenburg County Arts & Science Co…

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HUNTERSVILLE – A free shredding opportunity combined with an opportunity to properly dispose of old medications will be available Saturday, April 28. The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at New Beginnings Moravian Church, 210 Seagle St.

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The lake isn’t only for boating, swimming and fishing. Consider these events and outdoor activities happening right on Lake Norman when planning family adventures or solo trips. Celebrate spring and summer days off with boat rides or lake concert series or simply enjoy the breathtaking views…

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CHARLOTTE – A $3.2 million LYNX Red Line/North Corridor Study introduced last year by the Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) will continue to analyze alternative commuter rail routes around the Lake Norman area following a favorable 7-1 endorsement at the March 28 Metropolitan Transportati…

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CATS staff conducted several public meetings and forums in 2017 to get resident feedback about the Red Line study. 

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Since February, when the Herald Citizen published a photo of the apartment complex under construction in the 16000 block of Old Statesville Road in Huntersville (across from Primal Brewing), members of the newspaper staff (as well as Huntersville town officials) have been bombarded with inqu…

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HUNTERSVILLE – Another change coming to Interstate 77 corridor could be customized welcome signs promoting the Town of Huntersville.

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CORNELIUS – Charlie Dyer, owner of Harvey’s, has been in the restaurant business for two decades. The Purvis, Miss., native has called Lake Norman home since 2007 and has since become a staple in the restaurant culture in the area. The first Harvey’s opened in Huntersville, but its other loc…

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CORNELIUS – The idea of a tax increase can sound heavy, with North Carolina already levying the one of highest state gas taxes in the country and the litany of other taxes already coming out of a normal paycheck. But there is room for consideration of a penny tax, or something similar, for t…

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HUNTERSVILLE – Officials cut the ribbon, pickleballers played, volleyballs flew, yoga folks stretched, WERQers of all ages danced through the high-energy fitness training and, on the court, the Sonics from the Huntersville Youth Athletic Association’s 10-11-year-old boys basketball league cl…

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HUNTERSVILLE – The Kenney family opened Kilwins in Birkdale Village seven years ago. One year later, they began the practice of coordinating an extended end-of-year food drive to help the Loaves & Fishes food pantry at Huntersville United Methodist Church serve families in need throughou…

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At the group’s first meeting of 2018 on Jan. 8, Davidson Mayor Rusty Knox, Cornelius Mayor Woody Washam and Huntersville Mayor John Anerella listened to North Carolina Department of Transportation board member Anthony Lathrop talk about regional transportation issues and how to foster better…

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HUNTERSVILLE – During the first quarter of its mapped out 30-year timetable to transform a sizable piece of southern Huntersville into a live-work-shop model of a modern transit-centric nirvana, Bryton failed to meet its lofty expectations. A disconnect in discussions concerning a commuter r…

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With the swearing-in ceremonies and seasonal celebrations behind them, governing bodies in north Mecklenburg’s towns are now set to begin a new year of municipal decision-making. In each of the three towns – Cornelius, Davidson and Huntersville – town boards have new members and, after a sch…

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HUNTERSVILLE – December is a tranquil time at Historic Rural Hill. The colorful pastures where bagpipers parade each April now have just a faded tint of green, and the 7-acre plot where the Amazing Maize Maze sprouts to life each fall is now a flat expanse of dark, rich soil.

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During the holidays, people are trying to balance their work and family obligations, and one of the things that commonly falls through the cracks is blood and platelet donation at local centers such as the Red Cross. 

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HUNTERSVILLE – Growth and development has been a trend in Huntersville for nearly two decades, but 2017 will stand out as the year that projects – including some items that lingered on the town’s “to-do list” dating back to the 1990s – made the transition from on-paper plans to in-progress i…

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HUNTERSVILLE – An inquiry about acquiring town-owned land has initiated an examination to determine the highest and best use for a sizable portion of vacant property on the eastern side of Huntersville.

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HUNTERSVILLE – Since taking control of the town-owned Huntersville Family Fitness & Aquatics Center, Swim Club Management Group staff say they have worked to improve use of the space and address member needs.

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HUNTERSVILLE – The Huntersville Half Marathon returns and will once again raise money to support charities associated with the Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center.

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HUNTERSVILLE – The Huntersville Police Department and First Baptist Church of Huntersville are taking action in the wake of recent shooting incidents nationwide by hosting an active shooter awareness seminar on Dec. 9.

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HUNTERSVILLE – Swim Club Management Group continues to look for ways to improve operations at the town-owned Huntersville Family Fitness & Aquatics (HFFA) Center.

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Theater groups from Lake Norman Charter School in Huntersville and Lake Norman High School in Mooresville have both been honored for their performances in North Carolina Theatre Conference (NCTC) competitions.

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HUNTERSVILLE – Local veterans don’t have to travel as far to get assistance and learn about their benefits. The Mecklenburg County Veterans Services Office opened in July on the third floor of Town Center.

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HUNTERSVILLE – Officials of the Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center will soon break ground on a new wing of the hospital, which will allow for 48 new beds and additional services.

Herald Weekly

The Herald Weekly is continuing its election coverage leading up to the Nov. 7 election. Each Huntersville Board of Commissioners candidate was given the opportunity to answer questions in the…

Herald Weekly

The Herald Weekly is continuing its election coverage leading up to the Nov. 7 election. Each Huntersville Board of Commissioners candidate was given the opportunity to answer questions in the…

Herald Weekly

The Herald Weekly is continuing its election coverage leading up to the Nov. 7 election. Each Huntersville Board of Commissioners candidate was given the opportunity to answer questions in the…

Herald Weekly

The Herald Weekly is continuing its election coverage leading up to the Nov. 7 election. Each Huntersville Board of Commissioners candidate was given the opportunity to answer questions in the…

Herald Weekly

The Herald Weekly is continuing its election coverage leading up to the Nov. 7 election. Each Huntersville Board of Commissioners candidate was given the opportunity to answer questions in the…

Herald Weekly

The Herald Weekly is continuing its election coverage leading up to the Nov. 7 election. Each Huntersville Board of Commissioners candidate was given the opportunity to answer questions in the…

Herald Weekly

The Herald Weekly is continuing its election coverage leading up to the Nov. 7 election. Each Huntersville Board of Commissioners candidate was given the opportunity to answer questions in the…

Herald Weekly

The Herald Weekly is continuing its election coverage leading up to the Nov. 7 election. Each Huntersville Board of Commissioners candidate was given the opportunity to answer questions in the…

Herald Weekly

The Herald Weekly is continuing its election coverage leading up to the Nov. 7 election. Each Huntersville Board of Commissioners candidate was given the opportunity to answer questions in the…

Herald Weekly

The Herald Weekly is continuing its election coverage leading up to the Nov. 7 election. Each Huntersville Board of Commissioners candidate was given the opportunity to answer questions in the…