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See also photos of a rainbow viewed from the Antiquity Cornelius neighborhood Monday night, on CorneliusNews.net.
Posted on 07 August 2013.
Updated Aug. 15, 2013
By DAVID BORAKS
Downtown Davidson has had a starring role over the past few weeks in a film called “Saving Westbrook High,” which is being shot here and directed by Huntersville filmmaker Gary Wheeler.
Wheeler’s films are positive and inspirational and aimed at a family audience. The film was written by Rhonda Baracka and tells of a group of high school students, parents and teachers who come together and inspire a divided community to save their once-popular high school, which is scheduled to close. Read the full story
Posted on 03 August 2013.
Downtown Davidson insurance agency J.J. Wade & Associates is moving into its new home this weekend, in the newly constructed Mooney’s Corner building on South Main Street, next to Town Hall. The $2.7 million, 4-story building at 212 S. Main St. is right next door Wade’s former office in the historic building at 208 S. Main.
Wade will occupy most of the building, including the ground floor. Meanwhile, the owner of the historic building next door is now looking for tenants.
See previous stories about the new building’s construction under the “Mooney’s Corner” tag.
Posted on 01 August 2013.
Workers at Davidson College this week are assembling the latest addition to the campus’s outdoor sculpture collection, a work called “Spirit Waves Fountain” by Texas artist Jesús Moroles. The piece, carved from Texas pink granite, is being installed in the courtyard behind the Sloan Music Center, and it’s the college’s first to include a water feature. Read the full story
Posted on 27 July 2013.
Gov. Pat McCrory was in Cornelius Friday to sign a bill requiring a do-over of Mecklenburg County’s problematic 2011 property valuation. As he arrived at Town Hall, he met a protest from Democrats and progressives who aren’t happy about the state of affairs in Raleigh. And he shook hands with local officials who helped win passage of the revaluation bill. Andrew Wilkins was there to capture the scene.
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