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Davidson Neighbor Identified as Victim in Accident

  NEWS   The Davidson Police Department has identified the 64-year-old victim of the pedestrian fatality as Davidson resident Suzanne Younts.  Davidson Police are investigating the fatality that occurred on Thursday, June 17 at 1:02 p.m. on Main Street near the...

Ada Jenkins Center Juneteenth Celebration

  NEWS   Juneteenth is a holiday celebrating the emancipation of African-Americans who had been enslaved. On Saturday, June 19 (11am-2pm), the Ada Jenkins Center is holding a free, community-wide celebration featuring:   * a Proclamation by Davidson Mayor Rusty...

Ready, Set, This Week in Davidson: June 18 – 24

  NEWS   Friday – June 18 Spin with Us – Hearts on Fiber June 18 @ 3:00 p.m. 208 South Main Street We love spinning! We also love the company while spinning. So let’s make a group. Bring your spinning wheel, or drop spindle, or whatever you have to spin with and...

Charlotte Singer-Songwriter and Cultural Activist Quisol Headlines Next ‘NoteWorthy’ Concert

  ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT 'Listen. Love. Take Note.' 89.9 WDAV Classical Public Radio and FAIR PLAY Music Equity Initiative invite music fans to NoteWorthy, featuring singer-songwriter and cultural activist Quisol, at 7:30 PM on Wednesday, June 30th. Joined by...

If June is Here, July’s Not Far Behind! 

NEWS July means beach vacations, lazy summer afternoons, time on the lake, and Fourth of July picnics. And this year, live and in person, mostly maskless, we can be with our family and friends. But July also means that New of Davidson is halfway through our...

Native Americans in Mecklenburg County

  DAVIDSON HISTORY During the late nineteenth century, occasional newspaper reports appeared detailing sightings of the remnants of the area's Catawba Indians. In 1886 the Charlotte Chronicle mentioned the appearance of three Catawba in Charlotte. According to the...


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