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DAVIDSON – Town officials will be stationed at several upcoming public events to share information and answer questions about a proposed public facilities project and potential town bond referendum.

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CORNELIUS – During the The Alzheimer’s Association AIM Advocacy Forum, the nation’s premier Alzheimer’s disease advocacy event, held last month in Washington, D.C., Roger Cole of Cornelius met with staff of U.S. Rep. Ted Budd, Republican representing North Carolina’s 13th district.  

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MOORESVILLE – An accident between Exits 30 and 31 in the southbound lane of Interstate 77 is expected to be cleared up around 2 p.m., according to the N.C. Department of Transportation (NCDOT).

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Mobility options and safety issues emphasizing pedestrian movements are a recurring theme in Davidson. A town “Core Value” emphasizes the importance of people being able to “move easily throughout the town,” and a stated goal in the town’s Strategic Plan is to “enable citizens to move freely…

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HUNTERSVILLE – The Mecklenburg County District Attorney will not seek charges against Huntersville Police Department officers involved in the shooting death of a local resident in January of this year.

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CORNELIUS – Cornelius Town Manager Andrew Grant told the board he and other town staff are constantly communicating with the contracted solid waste company Republic Services, and this year is no different. 

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In mapping out the details of a regional transportation network, the road goes on forever and the planning never ends. And for the Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO) – the federally mandated group responsible for coordinating the transportation planning process i…

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DAVIDSON – Town residents will have the opportunity to express their views about a possible $16.335 million public facilities bond referendum at a town board public hearing  to be held Tuesday, July 24.

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A passing rain shower couldn't dampen the spirits of participants in Davidson's annual Fourth of July celebration. Soon after the rain subsided, a short parade form McEver Fields to the Village Green featured red, white and blue wearing marchers of all ages welcomed by cheering crowds gather…

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Even though it’s now July, there is still plenty of summer left, and lots of folks are searching for fun things to do. Some call it the “dog days of summer,” but around Lake Norman, there is still plenty for the entire family to experience. We’ve compiled a list of 20 activities that won’t p…

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DAVIDSON – The land that encompasses Abersham Park has gone through several phases in its history, the latest being an agreement with Mecklenburg County giving the town control of the property for a historically significant period of time – four score and seven years.

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When Cornelius Parks, Arts, Recreation and Culture Department Director Troy Fitzsimmons saw the chance of rain dwindled to almost nothing, he knew it was going to be a record-breaking year. Crowds poured in by car, by shuttle or on foot to celebrate during the annual Stand Up for America eve…

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A yearlong review of the Comprehensive Agreement (CA) outlining the partnership between the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) and I-77 Mobility Partners for the construction of I-77 Express Lanes between Mooresville and Charlotte discovered no procedural violations while an…

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In the Lake Norman area, Independence Day has become almost as much of a seasonal event as a single-day celebration, with special weekend events, concerts and gatherings honoring the nation’s birthday starting in mid-June.

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For those ages 18 and younger  who normally get free or reduced lunch during the school year, the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction is partnering with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to offer food at various locations throughout the summer.

CORNELIUS – The draft Cornelius budget may have been slashed enough to make way for proposed firefighter raises, but the recent budget discussions have shined a light on what it means to have …

HUNTERSVILLE – Veronica Ruggles was recently recognized for her neighborhood’s yard of the month. Ruggles is 91 years old and the mother to five boys. Her son, Richard, said Veronica was very …