A diverse program of piano music will be presented Sunday, Nov. 6 at St. Peter By-the-Lake Episcopal Church in Denver.
German treats and fun for all ages will be featured at the Community in Christ Lutheran Church’s Octoberfest celebration Sunday, Oct. 30.
When it comes to a challenge, Ally Miller is ready. Three years ago, she came up with an idea to hold a fundraiser to help her friend’s mother, who was in treatment for breast cancer.
The Cornelius Historic Preservation Commission will host a new guided walking tour, “South of Catawba,” Saturday, Oct. 22, starting at 10 a.m. at Cornelius Town Hall. Along the 1.25-mile route, walkers will learn about when and how the gown was incorporated, Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, local historic landmark designations, Olde Mill Village, Gem Yarn Mill, Cotton Gin, the history of Cornelius Elementary School, and other sites of interest.
Carolina Woman of Cornelius is hosting a food drive for the Second Harvest Food Bank through Nov. 18. Carolina Woman is serving as a drop-off center for nonperishable food items. The most needed food drive items are canned meats, canned fish, canned vegetables, canned fruit, peanut butter, rice, macaroni and cheese, laundry soap, dish soap, soup, shampoo and deodorant
Starting in November, the Davidson Parks and Recreation department will offer a series of job hunting seminars for area residents.
HealthReach Community Clinic, a free health care and prescription facility serving low income, uninsured residents of the community, will host a fundraising luncheon Tuesday, Nov. 1, at the Charles Mack Citizen Center in Mooresville.
The Cornelius and Huntersville police departments will each hold their own Operation Medicine Drop events the next two weekends.
Huntersville police took a step this week in what has been an extremely deliberate
investigation into the Sept. 30 killing of a Huntersville couple in their home in the Centennial
neighborhood off Huntersville-Concord Road.