Posted on 25 April 2013.
Rape in bloom off Davidson-Concord and June Washam roads. (PK Donson photo)
We featured this beautiful field of yellow rape in bloom a couple of weeks ago as our photo of the day. Since then, so many readers have sent notes or photos and suggesting we feature it (we already did!) that we’re bringing it back. Today we’re happy to offer another view from Davidson photographer P.K. Donson.
By the way, Donson’s photos will be featured during May in an exhibit in the atrium gallery of Davidson Town Hall, 216 S. Main St. A reception is planned Friday, May 17, from 7-9pm. Hope you can stop by.
Read below for info on how to submit your photo of the day. And to see previous photos of the day, CLICK HERE»
PHOTOS OF THE DAY
We’re looking for photos that capture the people and places that make Cornelius what it is. It could be a pretty picture from an event, a youth sports team photo, a pet, a quirky wildlife photo or an oddity. Send ‘em to us (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll consider them for publication.
Requirements: Send us whatever you have – color or black-and-white JPGs preferred. If you have the ability to do so, we ask that you resize photos to not more than 600 pixels wide. That box on the front page of the site is exactly 595 pixels by 270 pixels, if you’re able to crop yourself. But you needn’t be limited to that size. Unlike our previous banners, with Photo of the Day, we can take any shape.
Wondering if you have something worthy? Call (704-896-0569) or email at the address above. And thanks for joining us!
Posted in East Davidson, Environment, Photo of the Day
Posted on 22 April 2013.
Posted in Nonprofit news, Photo of the Day, West side
Posted on 16 April 2013.
Davidson College students, faculty and staff gathered around the Chambers Building flagpole Tuesday at 11am for a moment of silence for the victims of Monday’s Boston Marathon bombings.(David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
Davidson College students, staff and professors gathered around the flagpole next to the Chambers Building at 11am Tuesday in a moment of silence to remember those who died or were injured in Monday’s bombing at the Boston Marathon finish line
. A few people gathered and the crowd quietly grew as students emerged from classes or their dorms.
In a note to fellow students earlier Tuesday, Student Government Association Chris Ragsdale announced the observance. “Our campus community and our country as a whole have been deeply disturbed by the events that occurred in Boston earlier today. It is indeed a sad time, and a time for reflection and remembrance.”
April 16, 2013, Boston.com, “Doctors: Marathon bombs appear to have intentionally included shrapnel; law enforcement officials renew plea for video, photos”
April 16, 2013, NPR.org, “Boston Marathon explosions: Latest developments.”
April 15, 2013, DavidsonNews.net, “Crazy, local runners say, amid Boston Marathon chaos.”
Posted in Photo of the Day
Posted on 15 April 2013.
Leyla Herrera, 8, of Mooresville, helps guide the canoe for her sister, Lydia, 4. More photos below. (Gayle Shomer/DavidsonNews.net)
CORNELIUS – A crowd came out to the Lake Norman YMCA on Lake Cornelius Saturday for the annual Family Fun Day. Activities included canoeing, archery, sports, bounce houses, face painting, and arts and crafts. The event also was a chance for the Y to promote its summer events, from day camps to the annual triathlon to adaptive water skiing, which allows people with disabilities to learn how to ski.
MORE INFO: http://www.ymcacharlotte.org/lakenorman
Bill Gross holds “Fred”, an inflatable dog, while helping out his daughter, Dr. Lori Hoe, at the booth for new her practice, “Main Street Veterinary Hospital” in Cornelius. (Gayle Shomer/DavidsonNews.net)
Brad Larsen, of Cornelius, coaches his son, Noah, 5, in archery. (Gayle Shomer/DavidsonNews.net)
The band 3 Days Leave of Lawrence, SC, performed. (Gayle Shomer/DavidsponNews.net)
Devin Gilroy, 4, of Cornelius, wears bunny ears while playing in the kids’ obstacle course area. (Gayle Shomer/DavidsonNews.net)
Posted in Cornelius, kids, Photo of the Day
Posted on 12 April 2013.
Local leaders and officials from Carolinas HealthCare System turned over dirt in a ceremony groundbreaking for CHS’s new behavioral health hospital Friday. (CHS photo)
A groundbreaking ceremony was held a midday Friday for Carolinas HealthCare System’s $36 million behavioral health “campus” off N.C. 73 in east Davidson.
Construction has begun on the new hospital and an out-patient mental health clinic, which are scheduled to open in 2014. The hospital is expected to create 155 permanent jobs, including physicians and other staff.
Dr. James Scully
Officials say the hospital fills a critical need in the region. We have more about the hospital plans and a Q&A with CHS executive Dr. Roger Ray, in HEALTH & FITNESS
Speakers at Friday’s event included CHS chief executive Michael C. Tarwater, Medical director Dr. Roger Ray, newly hired chief clinical officer Dr. John Santopietro, and Dr. James H. Scully Jr., medical director and CEO of the American Psychiatric Association, as well as Davidson Mayor John Woods.
2. Davidson Mayor Davidson Mayor John Woods spoke during the groundbreaking. (CHS photo)
Posted in East Davidson, Health & Fitness, Photo of the Day