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Aquesta reports lower net

July 23. Aquesta Financial Holdings reported unaudited net income during the second quarter of 2017  fell to $482,000 (15 cents per share) compared to second quarter of 2016 net income of $623,000 (20 cents per share). Total assets were $356.6 million at the end of the second quarter vs. $353.1 million at year-end. “The primary […]

Lake Davidson Clean-up

The Davidson Police Department in partnership with the Davidson Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a Lake Davidson Clean Up 8:30 am to noon this Saturday. Volunteers will meet at the Lake Davidson Nature Preserve entrance and will divide into teams to go from there. Volunteers will be provided with rubber gloves, trash bags, and litter […]

Incidents, Arrests and Citations reported by the Cornelius PD – July 12 – July 18

Incidents Incident Nature Incident address Reported Disposition Victim/Complainant 170712068 Fraud 9624 Bailey Rd #I 13:00:55 07/12/17 ACT Hambrick, Frank Dean 170712073 Fraud 20125 N Main St 13:47:05 07/12/17 ACT Hance, Edward Donald 170712090 Damage Property 19301 Meridian St 16:36:23 07/12/17 ACT Alexander, Wanda Thompson 170712097 Larceny 9776 Bailey Rd 18:18:11 07/12/17 ACT Zeller, Katherine Ann […]

Woody Washam, Sharon Washam, Thurman Ross attended the ceremony

Meet our next mayor

July 21. Woodrow Washam Jr. will be the next mayor of Cornelius. As of noon today, no one else has filed to run against the long-time community leader, two-term town commissioner, banker and church organist. He has strong ties to the east side of town, where he was born and raised, and the west side […]


Sisson announces; it looks like 11 running for Town Board

July 21. And…it looks like there will be 11 candidates for the five-member Cornelius Town Commission on the November ballot. “Anti toll conservative” business leader Tricia Sisson filed yesterday to run for the non-partisan governing board. And Magnolia Estates resident Richard Stillwell, who ran for mayor back in 2007, says he will file to run […]

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Geraldine “Geri” Ann Greger, 55

Geraldine “Geri” Ann Greger, 55, of Cornelius, NC passed away July 13, 2017 at Levine & Dickson Hospice House in Huntersville. Geri was born July 11, 1962 to parents Michael and Phyllis Burge of Indiana. Along with her parents she is survived by: fiancé’, Chuck Hagerty; sons, Ted Greger and Max Greger; sister, Michelle Brown […]


House of horrors vexes town, neighbors

By Dave Yochum. While the Town of Cornelius has decided it can regulate how people can store boats in their yards—we can, but we’ll be fined—the town can’t seem to do anything about a hulking brick ruin of a house on Bethel Church Road. It sits like a monster in a nightmare, but one that’s […]

Upcoming Events: July 20 – 30

Sample tasty food truck fare Friday at Historic Rural Hill; there will be live music, too, so bring lawn chairs for an evening of summer fun. North Carolina and the Town of Cornelius have proclaimed Saturday ‘Big Day at the Lake Day.’ It’s all about at-risk kids in Big Brothers Big Sisters. Thank you Boat […]

Incidents, Arrests and Citations reported by the Cornelius PD – July 5 – July 11

Incidents Incident Nature Incident address Reported Disposition Victim/Complainant 170705005 B&E Residential 21100 Bethel Church Rd 00:43:55 07/05/17 CAM Morgan, Gary Steven 170706028 Damage Property 20300 Sefton Park Rd 08:43:27 07/06/17 ACT CATS 170706078 Larceny 8721 Cherry Blossom Ln 15:41:30 07/06/17 ACT Leclair, Diana 170708063 Damage Property 17301 Statesville Rd 13:23:01 07/08/17 ACT Bernard, Ruth Rachel […]


National Night Out is Aug. 1

  The Cornelius Police and the Parks, Arts, Recreation and Culture Department (PARC) will host a National Night Out Celebration Aug. 1 at Smithville Community Park. The event, which runs from 6 pm to 8 pm, is free. The focus is on building and maintaining relations between the police and the community. The annual event […]