Christian Brothers Automotive celebrates Huntersville location



 

Scholarship finalists involved in community service



DAVIDSON – Woodlawn School seniors Joe Andry and Meredith Simpson were among 15,000 students named as finalists in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program.Both Davidson residents are involved in the community.Joe is the son of Allain and MC Andry. He has attended Woodlawn for six years and is studying this year at the University of Oxford in England. He has […]

Widen I-77 spokesman earns citizens award



HUNTERSVILLE – Kurt Naas, spokesman of the citizens anti-toll group, WidenI77, received the 2015 Citizen’s Award March 17 by the N.C. Open Government Coalition at their awards program in Durham.The coalition works to unite organizations interested in ensuring and enhancing the public’s access to government activity, records and meetings.The laws that require openness in government are called ‘Sunshine Laws’, and […]

Christian Brothers Automotive celebrates Huntersville location



HUNTERSVILLE – Christian Brothers Automotive, a full-service auto repair facility, opened in Huntersville at 16618 Old Statesville Road at the corner of Sam Furr Road in January.The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce recognized the new facility by hosting a ribbon cutting.The business consists of 9 bays, all the latest tools, electronics and analysis equipment to best serve its customers. CBA […]

Bailey Band earns superior rating



CORNELIUS – The Bailey Middle School band earned a superior rating for the third year in a row at the South Central District Music Performance Adjudication on March 11 at Wingate University.Band members include Anne Alexander – F horn; Alexander Arias – euphonium; Kylie Blackwell – flute; Zack Borkowski – trumpet; Parker Brown – clarinet; Brooke Cardwell – flute; Martina […]

Community plants garden beds at Blythe Elementary



 

Community plants garden beds at Blythe Elementary



HUNTERSVILLE – Mary Raymond, who heads up the Plant and Share Club, spearheaded a project.The project got help from Davidson College Presbyterian Church, Earth Farm Organics, Ritchie Farms & Sawmill, students and staff.The project included several steps aside from installation, including scaling a template, mapping out the garden, baking cookies and picking up lumber, according to Valerie Roy-Wells.

Cornelius Elementary team advances to Odyssey of the Mind state competition



 

Cornelius Elementary team advances to Odyssey of the Mind state competition



CORNELIUS – The regional tournament for Odyssey of the Mind, Central Division, was held at Wingate University March 7 when Cornelius Elementary Teams A and B placed high for their performances.Team A received third place in their division for their performance on their problem, “Pandora’s Box.”Team B received first place for their division for their performance on their problem, “Silent […]

Bailey Band earns superior rating