Posted on 03 October 2012.
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Posted on 27 September 2012.
Hard to believe, but it’s been 10 years since a group of parents and teachers organized the first schoolwide running program at Davidson Elementary School. The 10th season of Tigers on the Prowl kicked off Thursday with waves of students circling a baseball field at McEver Fields off South Street, across from the school. Read the full story
Posted on 26 September 2012.
Did you put your trash and recycling out Wednesday morning? This week is the last under the town’s current schedule. We’re all getting new trash and recycling bins and the pickup schedule will changebeginning Oct. 1.
Contractor Republic Waste Services has been collecting our old garbage carts, and hauling them to a temporary trash can graveyard on Bradford Park Drive, off Robert Walker Drive in the Bailey Springs neighborhood. Thousands of the old brown, blue and green trash bins are stacked high awaiting removal. Meanwhile, a supply of new red recycling carts and black trash carts is awaiting delivery. Read the full story
Posted on 21 September 2012.
What was all that commotion around Summit Coffee on Friday? A tent, plants, turf, pumpkins, beach chairs? That was employees of local planning firm The Lawrence Group occupying a corner of the parking lot on a holiday we’ve never heard of, but like the sound of: National Park(ing) Day. Read the full story
Posted on 20 September 2012.
Steelwork has begun rising on Mooney’s Corner, a four-story office building at 212 S. Main St. in downtown Davidson, next to Town Hall. This week, a crane has been lifting beams into place on the building, while workers bolt them together.
Developer Brad Remmey plans a $2.7 million, 4-story building on the site, which would become the new home of J.J. Wade and Associates. Wade is currently in a historic building next door. Read the full story
Posted on 17 September 2012.
Sunday’s Concert on the Green was rained out, but that didn’t keep this group of River Run and Davidson neighbors from their usual third Sunday concert potluck. Pictured here on green No. 2 at River Run Country Club are the Farmers, Heatons, Moons, Natuschs, Naylors, Sherrills and Vendleys.
They report that the music was mix of jazz and indie. “We heard that our usual concert tent neighbors, Bob and Charlotte Miller, had a similar feast at their house. Just try to rain on our concert,” said Cindy Farmer, who sent this photo.
Posted on 12 September 2012.
Posted on 11 September 2012.
About 200 bicyclists and hundreds of festival-goers came to Davidson’s Village Green Saturday for the Davidson Housing Coalition’s 8th annual Festival for Hope and Housing, which netted about $15,000 for the regional affordable housing program. Read the full story
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