The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce holds aBusiness After Hours networking event 5:30-7 p.m. at Arthur RutenburgHomes in River Run, 18130 Shearer Road, Davidson. read more...
CORNELIUS – Kevin Mahl and Jamie Rolewicz are two Cornelius businessmen bringing a lot of attention to a small town. Mahl and Rolewicz, owners of Champion Tire and Wheel, are developing a… read more about Commercial space to house man caves
Cornelius commissioners tweak $20 million bond projects, ballot verbage CORNELIUS – If you had your choice to spend millions of dollars on enhancements to your town, what would you do with… read more about Cornelius seeks voter buy-in on bond package
HUNTERSVILLE – Lake Norman’s population has skyrocketed from mere thousands in the 1980s to large enough to help grow Huntersville, Davidson, Cornelius, Mooresville and Denver. That speaks to the… read more about Lake's population, amenities have evolved
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The second race in the Summit Twilight Racing Series broughtover 250 runners, volunteers, and spectators to Davidson on June 8—allcompeting in the 4-mile obstacle challenge. Summit Solstice had participantsrunning roads, trudging through a tire maze, hopscotching 100 yards,taste-testing Ben & Jerry’s concoctions and much more. For the second year in a row, Summit Coffee utilized therace to raise money for Nothing But Nets. The campaign extension of the UnitedNations Foundation was generated to raise awareness and funding to fightmalaria in Africa. Fundraising dollars go topurchasing and shipping long-lasting, insecticide-treated mosquito nets toAfrica—the goal of the grassroots campaign to cover Africawith lifesaving bed nets. Over $3,000 will be donated to Nothing But Nets from thisyear’s Summit Solstice.