Community Rallies Behind Local Community Treasure During COVID-19

  NEWS ​   The Davidson-Cornelius Child Development Center (DCCDC) was founded in 1969 in response to a tragic fire that claimed the lives of three young children from Davidson. Their mother had no access to childcare and left her children at home while she...

A Message from the Davidson Police Chief

  NEWS ​ The past few days have brought forth evidence of police brutality against George Floyd in Minneapolis, MN.  The circumstances of Mr. Floyd’s death and the failure of other officers on scene to protect him, an act recorded by bystanders, are shocking to us...

Ready, Set, Social Distancing in Davidson: Week 11

  NEWS   Shavuot: Shavuot is a Jewish holiday celebrating the beginning of the summer wheat harvest and celebrating revelation at Sinai. Shavuot is also a time of remembering loved ones. Jews are called to remember those who have died with special Yizkor memorial...

HOMETOWN HERO: Emily Kingsley, MD

  VOICES OF DAVIDSON ​ Dr. Emily Kingsley and her family   Background Emily Kingsley lives in Davidson with her husband, eight-year-old twin daughters, and five-year-old son. Originally from Grosse Pointe, Michigan, Emily attended medical school in Michigan, and...

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Davidson Artist, Judith Olson Gregory, on Exhibit at Turchin Gallery

Davidson artist, Judith Olson Gregory, has transformed the Turchin Center’s Gallery A into a tranquil tea house for meditation, contemplation, and intimate conversation. As the world rapidly changes outside the walls of the center, sanctuary becomes even more important. Constructed from used tea bags and loose tea leaves, “Taking Tea” creates an immersion in a quiet, delicately scented world. The Turchin Center invites visitors to find shelter and inspiration through the visual arts. A university art gallery is a safe place to think and talk about ideas with others regardless of race, religion, gender identify, political persuasion. What better place than a tea house to cross cultural barriers and find common ground. Read More

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