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Jetton Park, free at last; Ramsey Creek, sort of

June 21. Mecklenburg County Commissioners have eliminated the weekend entrance fees at Jetton Park. The unanimous vote followed a brief discussion with the head of the county parks system, James Garges, who said the only other park which had entrance fees was McDowell Park, but they had been eliminated about eight years ago. Ramsey Creek Park […]

Upcoming Events: June 22 – July 2

Head to Bailey Road Park this weekend for an evening of patriotic, classical and pops music with the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra. A fireworks display will follow the free concert. Bring a picnic basket, or enjoy on-site concessions.   Thursday, June 22 Get Organized Workshop Get resources, systems and advice on organizing things, time, money and […]


Yes!! Cornelius is a ‘best lake town’ in the US

June 21. If you ever wonder if you moved to the right town, worry no more. MSN/Lifestyle puts Cornelius at No. 5 on the list of 10 best lake towns in the United States. MSN Reporter Clara Appelbaum says Cornelius is an “awesome: lake town: “For city slickers, Cornelius, North Carolina, is the perfect town to […]

New PARC fees will generate $2,000 for town

June 20. By Dave Vieser. Cornelius commissioners voted 4-0 last night to increase fees for 26 different services provided by the town Parks Department. The fee hikes are expected to generate about $2,000 in additional revenue annually. Each year, staff reviews fees and recommends changes based on use patterns, comparison with other agencies, and new services. […]

New Rotary Club in Cornelius

The North Meck Rotary Club, which meets for lunch each Wednesday at The Peninsula Club, has kicked off a satellite club at El Toro Mexican Grill in Shops on the Green. Its first official meeting is June 21, 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm. Barbara Dresser is the chair of the group. Her husband Ken is a long-time […]


CATS opens new Park & Ride Friday

June 19. By Dave Vieser. It will be easier to commute to jobs in Charlotte when the new Charlotte Area Transportation System Park and Ride lot opens on Sefton Park Road on Friday. The mayors of Cornelius and Davidson will officiate at the ribbon cutting at 10 am which heralds changes in routes and schedules, including […]

Father’s Day remembrance from NC Sen. Jeff Tarte

  Father’s Day 2017. By Jeff Tarte. My dad, William (Bill) Edward Tarte was born during the Great Depression, the third of eight children, in Aynor, S.C. He served in the Air Force during Korea and attended 2 1/2 years at the University of Illinois on the GI Bill. He met my mom, opened a […]

‘Celebrate America’ at Bailey June 24

The Charlotte Symphony Orchestra will “Celebrate America” under the stars June 24 at Bailey Road Park. Gates will open at p.m. with children’s activities and concessions. Beer and wine will be available for purchase with proceeds benefiting Lake Norman Wildlife Conservationists. Country musice singer Rockie Lynne will kick off the evening at 6:45 p.m., with the Charlotte Symphony following at 8:15 p.m. A fireworks […]

Washam Elementary School 2016-17 Q4 Honor Roll

Third Grade A Honor Roll Accetta, Katie Louise Alexander, Lauren Nicole Bernard, Joanna Rachel Esther Bostick, Chloe Michael Boukedes, Zoey Anne Brusamolino, Tommaso Bui, Cody Kiem Caty, Campbell Finneron Clark, Caroline Gail Creely, Reagan Evelyn Culpepper, William Thomas D’Aveta, Evelyn Nicole DiPaola, Harrison Cooper Dunlap-Jones, Halle Elise Eber, Daniel Louis Evans, Sydney Elizabeth Garabedian, Cassandra […]


Red, White & Bundled: Big success for soldiers’ families

June 16. There was a packed house last night for Susan Tillis’ third annual Red, White and Bundled Baby Shower ​at Cornelius Town Hall. ​People came from Cornelius, Huntersville and Davidson, and from far and wide, to bring baby item​s​ ​and welcome home packages for newborns of junior enlisted at Fort Bragg. The annual income for the recipient families is approximately […]