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Progress Made on Town Comprehensive Plan

NEWS The Town of Davidson recently completed its annual progress report on the Comprehensive Plan, presenting results to the Davidson Board of Commissioners at their February 13, 2024 meeting. Adopted in 2020, the plan features 218 Action Items and Key Metrics to...

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Black History Family Fun Night

  NEWS   Don't Miss This! Davidson Presbyterian Church will be hosting a Black History Family Fun Night this Friday, Feb. 23 at 6:00 p.m. The event will be held in the church's education building. The community is invited to this covered dish, soul food dinner along...

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Women’s Tennis Has a 2-0 Weekend

NEWS   DAVIDSON, N.C. – The Davidson women's tennis team swept the weekend with a 4-0 win over North Carolina Central Saturday and 5-2 victory against UNC Greensboro Sunday both on their home court. With the wins, the Wildcats improve to 5-2 overall and have not...

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To Design Cities Right, We Need to Focus on People

  NEWS (Tim Keane was Davidson's first fulltime planning director, coming to town in the mid-90's. He expertly guided us to a new way of thinking about planning that took into consideration the people who would use and occupy the spaces, both old and new, that we...

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Music at St. Albans Presents Poisoned Dwarf

  NEWS Join us on Sunday, March 17, at 3:00 p.m. as Poisoned Dwarf celebrates St. Patrick’s Day at Music at St. Albans. Prepare for an engaging program of toe-tapping favorites featuring Celtic music. Their love for the music and the playing of it is obvious from the...

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Mah Jongg in Davidson

  NEWS ​ Are you new to Mah Jongg or are you an experienced player?  Join others at Davidson Town Hall to take Mah Jongg classes or play Mah Jongg. Sign up on the Town of Davidson Parks and Rec website. Open Play on Thursdays  Cost $3 February 22 - 1:00 p.m. -3:00...

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Blowing Rock and Korea in 1950

  NEWS Count on Ron Rash to use his stories to take his readers on a trip back in time, usually to some place in North Carolina, as he did most famously in his novel “Serena” when he took us to the North Carolina forested mountains in the early 1900s. He has done it...

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Wrestling Defeats VMI in Lexington

  NEWS   LEXINGTON, Va. – Senior Bryce Sanderlin secured an 18-3 tech fall win in the final bout Friday night to give the Davidson wrestling team its first dual victory since Dec. 16. The match was tied 19-19 going into the 165-pound match, and Sanderlin's...

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