As the Town of Davidson has grown, so have the police and fire departments and the rest of the town staff. That’s putting a squeeze on space at Town Hall. Town leaders now are proposing to solve that problem by taking over the former Davidson IB School on South Street for town offices and expanding … More Davidson considers former IB school for town offices; Nov. referendum possible
As we start 2016, a new exhibit is up at Davidson Town Hall. It’s a time capsule put together by students in the fourth grade literacy class of Pam Brunschwyler and Colleen Thrailkill in 2007.
Davidson-based nonprofit E2D (Eliminate the Digital Divide) and the Town of Davidson have made big strides in closing the gap between our area’s technology haves and have-nots. On Thursday, Nov. 5, in Nashville, the program that gives computers and training to families in need in Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools was honored as the “most innovative” in … More E2D honored as ‘most innovative’ in US Digital Inclusion Awards
TV crews were swarming around W.A. Hough High School Thursday morning, after a report that 16 current and former female students from 14 to 18 years old had been threatened by someone claiming to have compromising photos of the girls. WBTV reports the threats came from two different social media accounts, and that the person or persons … More Media frenzy at Hough High over Instagram pix