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Potts Street development under review by Davidson

By Dave Vieser. Although the Cornelius portion of ​a big Crescent Communities development has been withdrawn, plans for several hundred units right across the town line in Davidson remain in place, and officials there are reviewing new documents related to the proposal, including a draft Transportation Impact Analysis (TIA). It doesn’t appear any immediate approval will […]


Ada Jenkins Center to celebrate 20th anniversary in Feb. with open house

Jan. 30 – The Ada Jenkins Center will celebrate its twentieth anniversary this year with an open house Feb. 15th from 5:30 – 7 p.m. at the Ada Jenkins Center at 212 Gamble Street in Davidson. Today the Ada Jenkins Center continues to promote the importance of education and equal opportunity for all citizens. It […]

Will the next meeting be open to the public?

Jan. 30. By Dave Vieser. While there’s still no word on where or when the next meeting of the I-77 Advisory Group will be held, local leaders are saying it needs to be open to the public. The advisory committee, which represents what may well be the last chance to fix the toll lane project, met […]

​Regional clout: Newsmakers Breakfast ​Feb. 22 features all 3 N. Meck mayors

  The three mayors of North Mecklenburg will ​field questions from the audience at the Newsmakers Breakfast ​Feb. 22 at The Peninsula Club.​  ​The mayors—Woody Washam in Cornelius, Rusty Knox in Davidson and John Aneralla in Huntersville—show signs of cooperating on issues ranging from development to affordable housing, from I-77 to education. Their opinions, especially when they are in concert, […]


CMS: Closed again, make-up Jan 22, Feb. 19

Jan. 17 UPDATE 5:15 PM. CMS says no school Thursday, the second day in a row school’s out because of weather. Residents in eastern parts of Cornelius report 5-6 inches of snow. Some areas on the west side got 4-5 inches as the snow lingered almost all afternoon. Either way, roads are expected to be […]


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 […]


Knox: ‘Regionalism’ is how our area succeeds

By Kate Stevens. The future of Davidson lies in collaboration and team work with other north Mecklenburg towns and the city of Charlotte, said Davidson Mayor Rusty Knox. “Regionalism is going to be very important for how our area survives and succeeds,” said Knox. “Those relationships have to be built up and that’s going to […]


Roundabout likely at key Main Street intersection

By Dave Vieser. ​People who dislike roundabouts won’t be happy, but it appears the ​knot where North Main Street​ and Potts Street meet near the​ YMCA and the​ ​border with ​Davidson may be​ reconfigured into a roundabout. Most of the project will be funded by the state using I-77 toll lane bonus allocation funds. Property acquisition […]

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Home Transactions: December 2017

These recent property transactions in Davidson were recorded by the Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds. Davidson 11/13/17 $268,000 River Run LTD Partnership to Sudhir & Neelima Sharma, 16532 Reinsch Dr. 11/14/17 $280,000 Jennifer & William Joyce III to Patricio & Melanie Herrera, Lot 214 Summers Walk 11/14/17 $266,000 Joseph & Christine Mikrut to Iron Ventures, […]

Cornelius Town Board members attend Davidson Town Board

Dec. 14. In a mutual show of respect and solidarity, all five members of the new Cornelius Town Board as well as Mayor Woody Washam attended the Davidson Town Board meeting Tuesday. It was the good kind of payback: Monday a week ago, all five members of the new Davidson Board of Commissioners attended the […]