The 50 most powerful women in Lake Norman

Some gauge power by money or influence. This list was compiled with stature in mind. Women with high positions within their respective fields received the most consideration, because they have the potential to benefit the community most.Ten women who live or work in Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson, Mooresville and eastern Lincoln County were put into five categories: business, education, faith/nonprofits, government […]

Caroling group to perform free concerts


News Briefs – Week of 12/13


The Crime Scene – Week of 12/13

LINCOLNTON – Excluding routine citations, the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following charges, including the date and location of arrests or citationsand susptect’s arrest, Dec. 2-9.• Fitzgerald Kennedy Stevenson, 49, of Cross Roads Place in Charlotte, possession of a controlled substance schedule II, trafficking in opium or heroin, common law forgery, obtaining a controlled substance by fraud/forgery, Dec. 2.• […]

Cross-country champ wins Turkey Trot 5K

LINCOLNTON – Frances Massey was the top female finisher in the Turkey Trot 5K for Technology on Nov. 23 at the Marcia H. Cloninger Rail Trail.Massey, a ninth-grader at East Lincoln High School, recently led the girls’ cross country team to the N.C. Division 2A State Championship, placing fifth individually. She also won the SailView 5K on Nov. 9 at […]

Vote on solar farm approaching

DENVER – Lincoln County commissioners are expected to decide the fate Dec. 16 of a 36-acre solar power farm off Webb Road and Burton Lane.Strata Solar has applied for a conditional-use permit to establish the project, consisting of 26,000, 240-watt solar panels, in a residential district.Approval of the solar farm may hinge on whether commissioners believe the project will substantially […]

NC’s outdated Sunday prohibition laws need to be abolished

“Peeved that I couldn’t buy a six-pack of beer to watch the Panther’s game on Sunday night simply because I went to the Teeter at 8:30 a.m. instead of waiting until noon. North Carolina’s outdated Sunday prohibition laws need to be abolished.”

Teens collect toys for cancer patients

By Katelyn Kingeducation@denverncweekly.comLast December, one of my dearest friends, Hailey Johnston, was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Stage 2, causing me to see first-hand not only the physical toll cancer has on one’s body but also the emotional toll it has on one’s mind.Witnessing the lack of activities for teenagers staying in the hospital propelled Hailey Johnston, Kaitlin Cutler and I […]

Shot in standoff


Denver Weekly Calendar – Week of 12/13

Dec. 13• FILM SCREENING: Seniors watch “White Christmas,” starring Bob Hope, 1-3 p.m. at the South Iredell Senior Center, 202 N. Church St., Mooresville. Details: 704-662-3337.• CHRISTMAS DANCE: Seniors celebrate the holdiays with a Christmas dance 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the South Iredell Senior Center, 202 N. Church St., Mooresville. The dance is open to seniors ages 60 and older. Bring […]