Commissioners considering various pros and cons of additional role as board of adjustment

DAVIDSON – Town commissioners plan to continue exploring the possibility of adding board of adjustment duties to their list of responsibilities.At the Davidson board meeting on Sept. 4, at the request of commissioners, Town Attorney Cindy Reid presented a summary of board of adjustment operations as well as her concerns that combining legislative duties with board of adjustment service could […]


Coach David Lubowicz and East Lincoln open the South Fork 2A Conference schedule at Lake Norman Charter Friday night.

Davidson native lands Dept. of Energy fellowship at University of Maryland

AMES, Iowa – Former Davidson resident Jacob Bringewatt is attending graduate school this fall at the University of Maryland, College Park on a U.S. Department of Energy fellowship.Bringewatt, who attended the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, is one of fewer than 6 percent of applicants to receive the DOE Computational Science Graduate Fellowship (DOE CSGF). He is studying […]

Road to traffic improvements remains unclear

LINCOLNTON – The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners and other staff met Monday, Sept. 17, for a special called meeting regarding road projects. The meeting, which was called by commissioners Martin Oakes and Richard Permenter, didn’t yield the results the organizers had hoped.Oakes and Permenter – who sits on the Gaston-Cleveland-Lincoln Metropolitan Planning Organization board – were hoping the board […]

commissioners, special called meeting

Commissioners met for a special called meeting to talk about possible road improvements. 


Cornelius resident Ed Bost returned home from lunch Monday to find a pecan tree down on his Washam Potts Road property.


Hough High’s Login Williams is a four-year varsity player and has committed to Radford University.


This tree on the Davidson College campus did not make it through Hurricane Florence.

Scout barbecue sale part of annual St. Mark SeptemberFest

HUNTERSVILLE – As part of the SeptemberFest at St. Mark Catholic Church, Boy Scout Troop 97 is selling barbecue Saturday, Sept. 22.People can pick up their barbecue from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. It costs $10 for one pound of barbecue and $15 for a meal for four.The annual SeptemberFest is 6:15-8:45 p.m. that evening, when individual barbecue plates can […]


N.C. District 92 Rep. Chaz Beasley pushed for more transparency and clarity about operations and rates during his public hearing comments.