HUNTERSVILLE - Christmas Tree light sponsor for the 3rd Annual "Light up Cornelius" tree lighting at Cornelius Town Hall. Fun games, crafts, and goodies for children - join us to help support our… read more...
Oct. 4–Nov. 23. The Carolina Renaissance Festival approaches its 21st year. The festival’s artisan marketplace mimics 16th century architecture and features more than 100 merchants, crafters and… read more...
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7:00 p.m. Charlotte Hoops Challenge at Myers Park. read more...
HUNTERSVILLE – They’ve purposely avoided each other on the football field for years. But now… read more about Patriots, Eagles vie for state title
DAVIDSON – Employees of Ingersoll Rand broke their corporate fundraising record Nov. 13 and donated… read more about Ingersoll Rand gives $1.2M to United Way
HUNTERSVILLE — “It’s never too late.” Barbara Coberly is a testament to her own advice for… read more about 81-year-old to earn college degree
HUNTERSVILLE – SouthLake Christian Academy’s Student Missions Fellowship will lead the academy Dec.… read more about SouthLake Christian Academy supports street boys in Kusi
HUNTERSVILLE – A group of young females spoke to WSOC Channel 9 last summer about their battle with… read more about Eye cancer victims disappointed with state health officials
DAVIDSON – Mary Kennedy, Davidson resident, recently bought the Melting Point Hot Yoga Studio in… read more about Davidson resident purchases yoga studio
DAVIDSON – Davidson Community Players celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2015. New for the… read more about Davidson Community Players celebrates 50 years
On November 8th Puppy Up! Walk Lake Norman raised over $18,000 dollars to help in ridding the world of its deadliest disease - cancer in both humans and pets. The 2 mile walk was held in Jetton Park in Cornelius. In March 2008 Luke Robison walked 2000 miles from Austin to Boston to fulfill the promise he made to his dog, Malcolm, who died from this horrible disease. The 2 Million Dogs Foundation is committed to discover the common links between canine and human cancers and the causes of these cancers. Each walk educates people along the way - one dog, each mile at a time. (Photos courtesy of Amy Pennell)
The Town of Cornelius along with American Legion Post 86 held its annual Veterans Day celebration Nov. 11at Rotary Plaza. Joining in the celebration were Hough and Hopewell high school JROTC units and the W.A.Hough High School Concert Choir. The ceremony included an armed forces medley for all veterans in attendance to be recognized, an MIA & POW empty chair ceremony, a 21-gun salute and the playing of“Taps.” American Legion Post 86 Commander Mike Puckett gave the keynote speech.
The SouthLake Christian football team crushed Hickory Grove 51-8 in the NCISAA Division II quarterfinals on Nov. 7 in Huntersville. The Eagles (10-1) rolled up 593 yards (309 rushing and 284 passing) in the lopsided victory.
30 artists showcased and sold handmade art and gift items up and down the charming Main Street of Downtown Davidson this past Saturday, Nov. 15. Fine art and textiles to pottery and baked goods were available! Art crawlers were treated to local music along Main Street as they enjoyed wine and beer tastings. Youngsters got their will be faces painted, made free crafts and drank delicious hot apple cider! (Photos courtesy of Amy Pennell)