Town of Davidson press release Davidson Police Chief Jeanne Miller announced that she will retire as the police chief for the Town of Davidson by June 30, 2017. She has served our town for over 11 years. “Since Leamon Brice hired me in November of 2005, it has been an honor and a privilege to … More Jeanne Miller to retire as Davidson police chief
The Town of Davidson breaks ground Friday morning on a long-needed second fire station off Davidson-Concord Road, near the Beaver Dam historic site.
On Davidson Town Day May 7, I had a chance to take the town’s ELF for a spin. That’s E-L-F for electric, light and fun, three words that describe the three-wheeled vehicles made by Organic Transit in Durham. These sleek, recumbent bicycles — the kind you sit down to ride – come with pedals, handlebars and … More Trying out an ELF, a solar battery assisted bicycle | WFAE
A federal jury in Charlotte has ruled against a New York man who sued Davidson police over his 2011 arrest on I-77 near Exit 30. Richard Hagins had claimed Davidson officers used excessive force and falsely arrested him.
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