Posted on 17 November 2010.
Posted on 28 October 2010.
Families in Davidson’s McConnell neighborhood had a pumpkin carving day on Sunday to get ready for this weekend’s Halloween celebrations. Families contributing to the creativity include the Wagners, Stolles, Lakens, Kratts, Seebers and Spears.
Also below, photos from the neighborhood’s early October picnic. Read the full story
Posted on 22 October 2010.
In a walking community like Davidson, it’s not surprising to see runners, bikers and students hurrying to class. But Mary Alice Mitchell and Meredith Johnston are more than occasional pedestrians. Both have made a conscious effort to forgo their cars whenever possible and adopt walking as a way of life. Amy Riess finds out ore about the pair, whom you’ve surely seen on local streets. In Health & Fitness, CLICK HERE>
Posted on 19 October 2010.
Davidson Fire Department’s fire protection rating within the town limits has improved, which could mean lower insurance premiums for some homes and businesses in town.
The Office of the State Fire Marshal regularly reviews local fire departments on a variety of factors, from the availability of hydrants and equipment to training and response times. The rating within the Davidson town limits improved from 6 to 5, on a scale of 1 to 10, where 1 is the best.
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Posted on 14 October 2010.
By ALEX GREGOR
Falling leaves are usually a sign to pull out rakes and leaf blowers. This autumn, Davidson residents can add bags to their supply lists as they get ready to dispose of those leaves. Leaves now must be bagged if they’re left curbside, though town officials are also pushing some environmentally-friendly options as well.
Posted on 07 October 2010.
Updated 10:07 a.m.Davidson Police are seeking information about a red truck parked in the driveway of one of several homes hit in during series of daytime burglaries Monday in the McConnell and Hudson Place neighborhoods. Nearly $20,000 in electronics and jewelry was taken. Meanwhile, police also are investigating the theft of $6,000 in cable networking equipment from a Time Warner Cable outdoor box on Summers Walk Boulevard early Saturday. Those incidents and others below, plus the week’s traffic enforcement log.
Posted on 04 October 2010.
Davidson police are investigating at least three reports of daytime burglaries on Monday at homes in neighborhoods off Concord Road. Two homes were on Ashby Drive in the McConnell neighborhood and one on Hudson Place.
Posted on 28 September 2010.
After a summer of twice-weekly group runs, residents of Davidson’s McConnell neighborhood held their first Family Fun Run on Sunday Sept 26. Results and photos in Sports, CLICK HERE>
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