Posted on 14 October 2014.
Posted in Health & Fitness, kids, Life in Davidson, Sports
Posted on 10 October 2014.
This is the best kind of backdrop for a laptop. (Greg Walters photo)
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By GREG WALTERS
I’ve been a digital nomad since 2007 as both an employee and business owner. In the early days, I remember feeling a bit self-conscious when I first used my a laptop in a restaurant. Those days are long gone. More people are working remotely than ever before.
Today, we’ll talk about two establishments worthy of your patronage: the Wi-Fi equipped watering holes Davidson Beverage Co. and Carrburritos. Read the full story
Posted in Business, Life in Davidson, South Main Street
Posted on 07 October 2014.
Kristin McCormack of Cornelius celebrates fall at the Davidson United Methodist Church’s Pumpkin Patch for MIssions, now open on South Main Street, Davidson. (Kaye McCormack photo)
The Pumpkin Patch for Missions offers pumpkins, gourds and other fall decorations through Nov. 4 at Davidson United Methodist Church’s McKay Youth House, 260 S. Main St., Davidson. The Youth Ministries of the church hosts the annual pumpkin sale to benefit youth mission trips and activities. It’s open weekdays 11am to 7pm, and weekends 10am to 8pm.
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Posted in Calendar, Church news, Life in Davidson, Photo of the Day, South Main Street
Posted on 06 October 2014.
Matt Eisberner dishes up some of his Judges’ Choice-winning barbeque (Jonathan Cox/DavidsonNews.net)
By JONATHAN COX
Residents headed to Ada Jenkins Center on Gamble Street in Davidson on Saturday to sample barbecue and play cornhole at the sixth annual FIRE! fundraiser. It’s one of the nonprofit social service center’s largest of the year, featuring a cook-off, raffle, and games.
Past years have drawn dozens of chefs from around the state to compete, tending smokers all night to prepare the barbeque. Despite lower turnout this year – with just two barbecue-cooking contestants and fewer attendees from the town – the event still drew a sizable crowd. Read the full story
Posted in Fund-raisers, Life in Davidson, West side