McKillop notches 500th winA few longtime Davidson fans approached Bob McKillop as he exited the new Vance Center media room Saturday and presented him with a homemade poster marking his 500th career win. They held it up during the game. Read More
CSD tops Thomas Jefferson, advances to 1A semifinalIn a game full of huge plays, there was a sense that the team with the ball last just might pull off a dramatic victory Friday night, when conference rivals Community School of Davidson and Thomas Jefferson squared off in a 1A state quarterfinal matchup at North Meck High. Read More
Mallard Creek rolls by Hough in third roundSo much went right for Hough all season, but very little did Friday night. The Mallard Creek Mavericks had a lot to do with it. Read More
Kindred finds place on yet another foodie listDAVIDSON, N.C. -- It’s another accolade from the foodie set for Davidson’s Kindred restaurant. Following in the afterglow of its recognition as one of the country’s top 10 new restaurants as named by Bon Appétit magazine a few months ago, Kindred has now been named as a finalist out of nearly… Read More
Hough finally got past perennial power Mallard Creek during the regular season this year, but to advance any more in the 4AA state playoffs, the second-seeded Huskies will have to beat the Mavericks for the second time in seven weeks.
Horse's Mouth for November 25, 2015
“We have one group that thinks canceling (the contract) is the only option. And we have another group that thinks moving forward with other modifications is the only option.”— North Carolina Rep. Charles Jeter of Huntersville, organizer of Monday’s I-77 managed lanes summit, in closing remarks at the conclusion of…Read more...
Things to be thankful for in the real world
As a young child, I imagine our family observed Thanksgiving much the same as the average, traditional American family did. There was a ton of preparation the day before (translation: it started with a tortuous trip through the grocery store with my mom while my ever-so-pleasant little brother bounced up…Read more...
Talk of the Towns for November 25, 2015
Legislative symbolism In the wake of Monday’s I-77 summit organized by North Carolina Rep. Charles Jeter of Huntersville, Jeter announced he would submit legislation next year that would limit the population-weighted voting power of any metropolitan planning organization in the state to 37.5 percent. The idea’s objective, which will undoubtably…Read more...