You’ll have to wear a mask in this Lake Norman town

DAVIDSON – Executing emergency situation authority, the town board has implemented a mandate requiring face coverings to be worn in all public indoor settings. The local policy was instituted Thursday evening immediately after a virtual board special session to discuss response to the current new wave of COVID-19 cases. The board voted unanimously for the mandate, which will remain in […]

Lake Norman flag football league seeks players, coaches

CORNELIUS – The search is on for players and coaches interested in participating in the Cornelius Parks and Recreation department’s Flag Football League For Youth this fall. Registration for the non-contact league is open now and continues through noon on Aug. 27. The league is being offered for boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 14. Practices will […]

Lions Clubs seeks difference-makers; support Back 2 School campaign

LINCOLNTON — The Lincolnton Lions Club is looking for those who want to make a difference in the community.  Lions Club International, with more than 48,000 chapters globally, is the largest coeducational service organization in the world.  The Lincolnton offshoot provides services to the blind and visually impaired, like purchasing eyeglasses and eye exams for low-income citizens through VSP Vision […]

Program aims to help women experiencing change

DENVER – The next session of “Moving On After Moving In” will begin Thursday, Sept. 16. The 10-week program is aimed at women experiencing change such as moving, retirement, divorce or loss of a spouse. The non-denominational program is based on the book “After the Boxes are Unpacked” by Susan Miller, which deals with the spiritual, emotional and practical needs […]

North Meck holiday parade spots a hot item

DAVIDSON – It might be tough to ponder with summer thunderstorms rolling through and the school year just starting, but preparations are in progress – including registration for participants – for the 39th annual North Mecklenburg Holiday Parade. Coordinated by the Davidson Parks and Recreation Department, the parade will be held Saturday, Dec. 4, starting at 1 p.m. The application […]

MPD tech system aids pursuit safety

MOORESVILLE – The Mooresville Police Department has implemented new technology to promote the apprehension of suspects while reducing risks associated with some high-speed chases. Some Mooresville patrol cars now have StarChase systems, a GPS-based  solution for public safety that provides high-speed pursuit alternatives with the potential to reduce risks and save lives. When a pursuit or drive-off seems imminent, officers can […]

Job fairs a prelude to Renaissance return

HUNTERSVILLE – A robust and pleasantly rowdy regional rite of fall is set to return this October, but now’s the time to act for those interested in some out-of-the-ordinary seasonal work opportunities. The annual Carolina Renaissance Festival and Artisan Marketplace will renew its run of weekend adventures Oct. 2 through Nov. 21 on its traditional stomping grounds off Poplar Tent […]

Denver Citizen – Aug. 20-26, 2021

Mooresville Citizen – Aug. 20-27, 2021

Owner seeks help finding two lost dogs

The owner of two dogs missing from the Overlook community in the Mountain Island Lake area is asking for the public’s help in finding them. “Irish” and “Noda” escaped from a home on Mountain Cove Drive July 22.  Irish is an 8-year-old brown chocolate lab/pit mix with gray around his snout, paws and belly, and weighs about 60 pounds. He […]