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TDS plans to buy Continuum for $80 million

  Aug. 14. By Dave Vieser. TDS Broadband Services, one of the nation’s largest telephone, broadband and television services, has a tentative agreement to purchase Continuum for $80 million. Mooresville-based Continuum is the municipally owned cable system that serves customers in Davidson, Mooresville and Cornelius. The deal, which must be approved by voters in Davidson […]

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Burke-Samson opening bakery next to Kindred

Justin Burke-Samson, the manager of the Davidson Farmers Market, will open a bakery called Bonjour Y’all next door to the Kindred restaurant where he was previously executive pastry chef. Bonjour Y’all replaces Gateau on Main Bakery and Dessert Bar in 700 square feet downtown. Gateau on Main will close in early August. The menu and […]

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Does Kindred’s score reflect expansion challenges more so than food safety?

  Jan. 7. UPDATED. Span of management is said to be behind Kindred’s startling 88 score from the Mecklenburg County Health Dept. Restaurant owners Joe and Katy Kindred’s first venture outside of Davidson, Hello Sailor, opened in Cornelius a little over a year ago. Since then, the owners have had their hands full operating two […]

North Harbor Club ​looking to expand banquet facilities in Davidson

The owner of the North Harbor Club in Davidson, one of​ a handful of ​lake​front​ eateries, ​is​ considering an expansion plan which would renovate and enlarge their kitchen and also provide larger banquet facilities in an adjacent building. ​Entrepreneur Sid Morris, the owner of The Lake Norman Co., said a new North Harbor Club banquet […]

Allison Emrey during the second round of the Symetra Tour's Florida's Natural Charity Classic at the Country Club of Winter Haven on March 11, 2017 in Winter Haven, Florida.

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Symetra golf event is a win for LKN economy

April 12. By Dave Yochum. ​The Symetra Classic at River Run Country Club is expected to pump between $500,000 and $750,000 into the Lake Norman economy next month. The overall economic impact will be considerably higher in light of spending at restaurants and entertainment. Set for May 17-19, the Symetra Classic is one of the marquee events […]

Davidson resident appointed to state Domestic Violence Commission

Feb. 14 – Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Davidson resident Jacqueline A. Dienemann to the state’s Domestic Violence Commission. Dienemann, a nursing research and evidence-based practice consultant at Carolinas HealthCare System University, is also a professor emeritus at UNC Charlotte School of Nursing who has researched domestic violence for many years. Dienemann also volunteers for […]

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Symetra Classic comes to Davidson May 17-19

Feb. 5 – Women’s professional golf arrives at the River Run Country Club in Davidson May 17-19, 2018 for the Symetra Classic, tournament organizers announced today. The Symetra Classic was held at Raintree Country Club in Charlotte from 2012–2016 and moved to Atlanta National Golf Club in 2017. The 54-hole event  returns to the area under […]

Davidson will try to exit contract with Continuum

Jan. 24. By Dave Vieser. With a new mayor in town, Davidson plans to look for a quick exit strategy from the Continuum/Mi Connection purchase agreement. The $80 million purchase, spread between Davidson and Mooresville, was inked in 2007 to take over a piece of the bankrupt Adelphia system. Thus far, it has cost Davidson […]

And, now MI-Connection is Continuum

MI-Connection has changed its name to Continuum after an 18-month rebranding process. In a press release, the municipally owned company said the name Continuum was chosen to represent the company’s range of video, internet and voice services as well as potential future technologies. “This isn’t just a name change,” said CEO David Auger. “We’ve made fundamental changes […]

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Stopped: Davidson terminates ‘Luminous’ project

Sept. 29. Officials in Davidson have terminated the Luminous project, the controversial plan to develop 19 acres of town-owned land. Town officials and the developer were unable to agree to contract terms. The board of commissioners had approved plans to enter negotiations for the $1.65 million sale of wooded land near Main and Beatty streets to […]

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