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Incidents, Arrests and Citations reported by the Cornelius PD – June 7 – June 13

Incidents Incident Nature Incident address Reported Disposition Victim/Complainant 170607110 Fraud 20225 Tailwind Ln 22:05:25 06/07/17 ACT Reed, Donna Jean 170608052 Fraud 17905 Delmas Dr 10:48:40 06/08/17 ACT Gwaltney, Karleigh Michelle 170608079 Larceny 20008 W Catawba Av 14:08:44 06/08/17 ACT Romero, Katryna Ant 170610040 Damage Property 12905 Reese Finley Ln 07:49:23 06/10/17 ACT Pedulla Excavating, Inc. […]

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. […]

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 […]

County to consider no entrance fee at Jetton Park

June 15. It looks like the Cornelius Town Board may finally get its way. The County is poised to consider a resolution at their Tuesday June 20 meeting which would do away with the entrance fees charged at Jetton Park in Cornelius. County Parks Director Jim Garges said a resolution is on the June 20 Board of County Commissioners Meeting […]

July 4 ceremony

A six-foot tall bronze of Cpl. Jerry K. Crump will be unveiled at the Veterans Monument at Rotary Plaza on July 4, at 10 a.m. The new Cornelius Veterans Memorial Statue, paid for American Legion Post 86, honors the Purple Heart and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient who was from Cornelius. Crump is one of only a few […]

Incidents, Arrests and Citations reported by the Cornelius PD – May 24 – May 30

Incidents Incident Nature Incident address Reported Disposition Victim/Complainant 170524053 Fraud 20327 Rainbow Cr 13:08:38 05/24/17 ACT Gandy, Jack Terrance 170524073 Fraud 9524 Washam Potts Rd 14:54:28 05/24/17 ACT Southern Legacy Landscape 170524077 Larceny 9225 Westmoreland Rd 15:31:35 05/24/17 ACT Stagliano, Stephen 170524088 B&E Vehicle 18415 Dunblane Ct 18:30:37 05/24/17 ACT Whalen, John Nicholas Jr. 170525078 […]

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Climate Friendly Farms: Agriculture Adapts to Global Warming

Dear EarthTalk: How are farms and farmers dealing with climate change? —Michael Harris, Lorton, VA Agriculture may well be one of the industries hardest hit by the effects of global warming. The non-profit Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), a leading environmental advocacy group, reports that warming-related drought and flooding is already behind tens of billions […]

New recycling center in Bailey’s Glen

June 1. The newly formed Recycling Committee in Bailey’s Glen Active Adult Community held an open house on May 25 to launch a recycling center within the clubhouse. Attendees saw educational displays and heard a “recycle rap” written and performed by Rosemary Sullivan. Door prizes consisted of garden compost. The recycling corner will facilitate collection of […]

Tech scholarship for women

May 17. The North Carolina Technology Association has just announced that the Betsy Y. Justus NCTA Founders Scholarship application period is now open for 2017. The Founders Scholarship was established in memory of NCTA’s founding CEO. Following her death in the summer of 2011, NCTA launched this scholarship to support young women in North Carolina who are pursuing an […]

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​As complaints pile up, I-77 sub​-​contractor caused Friday’s ​gridlock

May 16. By Dave Vieser. ​Less than a month after loose steel reflectors became a critical safety issue in the I-77 construction zone, it turns out a dump truck being operated by a ​Cintra ​sub​-​contractor caused massive gridlock in Cornelius and​ ​on the interstate last Friday May 12. ​The accident happened around 12:30​ ​am​ in […]

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