Posted on 04 March 2015.
Posted in Calendar, Davidson history
Posted on 13 January 2015.
The mill house at 303 Delburg St., at the corner of Watson Street, was one of many on the street build in the early 20th century for mill workers.
By DAVID BORAKS
With redevelopment claiming old mill houses on Delburg Street at a rapid pace, one house got a reprieve Tuesday night. Davidson commissioners voted unanimously to designate as a historic landmark 303 Delburg St., which is described as one of a few remaining early 20th century houses associated with the town’s mill village past.
The vote clears the way for the Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission to buy and renovate the building, said Stewart Gray, a Davidson resident and commission member. He told commissioners that the landmarks commission voted separately Monday to proceed with the purchase, pending the town board’s vote. Read the full story
Posted in Beaty-Watson-Armour area, Davidson history, Mecklenburg County, Planning & Development, Town Hall, West side
Posted on 07 January 2015.
Main Street Books has been around since 1987, at 126 S. Main St., next door to Summit Coffee. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
Updated Jan. 13, 2015
By DAVID BORAKS
Saying they’re ready to retire, the owners of Main Street Books in downtown Davidson have put the shop up for sale.
“The time has come,” Betty Reinke said Wednesday. “We’re getting too old to work such long days.”
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Posted in Business, Davidson history, Downtown & old Davidson
Posted on 12 November 2014.
Posted in Davidson history, Mooresville, Schools