Posted on 11 November 2012.
Posted on 06 November 2012.
Davidson Lands Conservancy's 2nd annual Nature Festival and 2012 annual meeting are scheduled this Sunday, Nov. 11, at the former Abersham property, now a 243-acre public park. The afternoon of fun, from 1:30-3:30pm, will include hikes, hands-on activities for children, information about the natural world and photography. And there's a history hike afterwards at 4pm to Whale Rock and a historic mill site, in partnership with the Davidson Historical Society. Read the full story
Posted on 05 November 2012.
By DAVID BORAKS
Over the past two decades, the Davidson Friends Meeting migrated from meeting place to meeting place, growing to 40 to 45 people weekly. On Sunday, the group opened a new chapter, dedicating a permanent meeting house on South Street that members hope will be “a base to grow Quakerism.”
The new meetinghouse is at 625 South St., next to Davidson Elementary School and Calvary Presbyterian Church. The group bought the 1,100-square-foot house in 2007 and over the past nine months built a 2,353-square-foot addition that includes an octagonal meeting room and other open spaces. Read the full story
Posted on 02 November 2012.
By DAVID BORAKS
Workers with heavy equipment have begun construction of the Davidson section of a new 30-inch natural gas pipeline that will supply gas to a converted power plant near Wilmington. The route cuts northwest to southeast through the northern part of Davidson and tree clearing is already visible at major road crossings, including NC 73 near the Summers Walk neighborhood and East Rocky River Road just east of Shearers Road. Read the full story
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Posted on 30 October 2012.
The Davidson Friends Meeting will celebrate completion of its new meetinghouse, in a renovated house on South Street in Davidson, with an open house this Sunday. Meanwhile, Mt. Zion United Methodist Church in Cornelius will be busy on Saturday, Nov. 3, with its 73rd annual barbecue and a yard sale on the front lawn. Plus news from Hopewell Baptist, Davidson United Methodist, and Gethsemane Baptist. Read the full story
Posted on 29 October 2012.
Davidson developer John Marshall Custom Homes is seeking approval for a new infill development that would include 16 small homes on about 3 acres along Delburg Street, between Beaty and Watson streets in Davidson. In his application developer Rodney Graham describes the project as Davidson’s first “pocket neighborhood.” See REAL ESTATE & HOME
Posted on 24 October 2012.
The town of Davidson is in the midst of a $138,000 project to repair an old dam off Beaty Street that state officials consider to be a “high hazard.” The earthen dam holds back a pond on about 14 acres that the town owns, across from the entrance to Ingersoll-Rand. Read the full story
Posted on 23 October 2012.