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CMS closing, weather service says ‘let it snow,’ bread OK

UPDATE 7 pm. Jan. 16. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will be closed Wednesday because of winter weather. All evening events are being cancelled and all athletic activities and community use of school events are also are being cancelled. How much snow we’ll get is anybody’s guess. Judging by the amount of bread still on the shelves of […]

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Infill project on Town Board agenda

Jan. 16. It’s a small residential development, but how the Cornelius Town Board votes on Oakbrooke Inc.’s plan to rezone and develop 1.63 acres at the end of the Queen Street will provide insight on how the board balances concerns over development against the rights of property owners. Oakbrooke wants to build five new homes […]

LKN Chamber honors business, community leaders

William H. Cain, president and CEO of Cornelius-based Financial Independence Group, was named Business Person of the Year at the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce annual dinner on Friday night at The Peninsula Club. Cain, who is celebrating his 41st year in the financial and insurance industry, employs 146 people, recognized his wife Ericka Cain, […]


Call him Warrior Jace. Help this 5-year-old fight cancer

Jan. 15. The entire community is invited to a gospel singing benefit Jan. 26-27 for Jace Kinley Thompson, ​the ​son of Cornelius Police Captain Jennifer Thompson ​and Eric Thompson, a North Carolina Highway Patrol Sergeant. Jace turns 5 today, Jan. 15. Heaven’s Reign, an outstanding gospel music quartet​, will perform during two concert events to […]


Get Bach: Cantatas at Davidson Methodist

Bach Akademie Charlotte will present “Bach Family Motets and Cantatas” at Davidson United Methodist Church at 7:30 pm Friday. Guest artist Reginald Mobley, an internationally acclaimed counter-tenor, will perform works from three members of the Bach family. Mobley is noted for his “crystalline diction and pure, evenly produced tone” according to the Miami Herald. He is […]

Martin Luther King Jr.

Monday is Martin Luther King Day; ring a bell at noon

  By Marco Wertheimer. Today we pause to honor the legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. Schools and banks, as well as Town Hall, will be closed in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, held annually on the third Monday of January. Trash collection today will go on as scheduled, but […]


EarthTalk: Which are greener: Trains or buses?

Dear EarthTalk: I always assumed the train was the greenest form of mass transit, but a friend told me I would be better off taking the bus. Could this be true? Most of us assume that train travel—whether for getting around town, commuting to work or for long hauls—is the most eco-friendly mass transit “mode.” […]

Incidents, Arrests and Citations reported by the Cornelius PD – Jan 3-Jan 9

Incidents Incident Nature Incident address Reported Disposition Victim/Complainant 180104041 B&E Other 9208 Westmoreland Rd 12:47:00 01/04/18 ACT Young, Elizabeth 180104071 B&E Vehicle 19706 One Norman Bv 21:01:27 01/04/18 ACT Parker, Amber Denise 180107023 Fraud 17111 Statesville Rd 14:09:11 01/07/18 ACT Bright, Angela 180108022 Larceny 8301 Magnolia Estates Dr 12:15:16 01/08/18 ACT CosmoProf 180108029 Fraud 19225 […]

Man with ties to Cornelius pleads guilty in multimillion-dollar Ponzi case

Richard Wyatt Davis Jr. 41, who once lived in Cornelius, has pleaded guilty to one count of securities fraud and one count of tax evasion. According to filed documents and today’s court proceedings, between 2010 and February 2015, Davis defrauded approximately 75 victims of $9.3 million, by inducing them to invest in investment funds Davis controlled, […]


Antiquity road show: More delays for a project that may have gotten too big

By Dave Vieser. In May 2016, with a strong local economy and Cornelius Antiquity neighborhood growing day by day, developer Joe Roy of Charlotte based Meeting Street Company filed a rezoning application with the town which if approved, would have permitted him to build Antiquity Woods, a mixed-use community on 16 acres of vacant land. The […]