N.C. Division of Public Health announcement The Health Assessment, Consultation and Education Program within the N.C. Division of Public Health will hold a community meeting to provide asbestos-related health education Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017, from 4-7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the Davidson United Presbyterian Church, 116 Depot St., Davidson.
Spent my Memorial Day evening at a neighborhood party, which included an impromptu house concert with Pennsylvania-based musician Jim Smith. It was a real treat. Jim, 63, grew up on his grandfather’s farm in Horseheads, NY, and started playing music as a kid. At first it was mostly at church, but it soon became his life. … More Music: Tenor guitarist Jim Smith
Davidson’s leadership will remain unchanged for two more years, as voters re-elected all five incumbent commissioners and Mayor John Woods was unopposed in Tuesday’s local election. In Huntersville, challenger John Aneralla easily unseated four-term Mayor Jill Swain after an unusually combative election campaign. Voters there also added three new members to the six-member Town Board, unseating incumbents … More Election 2015: Davidson board re-elected; Mayor Swain unseated in Huntersville
Residential construction is back in gear following a deep recession. The Charlotte region is witnessing a lot of new and in-fill construction, particularly upscale housing but some are worried that affordable housing is missing from the picture in part because of misunderstandings about what it is. And it’s becoming clear that developers haven’t taken advantage of city … More Plugging The Affordable Housing Gap | WFAE
As the town of Davidson searched for a new part-time fire chief this spring, all paths led to Bo Fitzgerald, a longtime volunteer and former chief who knows the town and firefighting as well as anyone around. And that’s important, town officials say, because one of the new chief’s main challenges will be to help … More New fire chief has deep roots in Davidson | The Charlotte Observer