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Monthly Archives: June 2021

    By Tara Boucher | June 23, 2021

    7/4 – Birkdale Village – 10am-1pm 7/4 – Downtown Davidson – 6pm 7/3 – Summer Celebration and Field of Flags – 5-10pm – 170 Joe Knox Ave Mooresville, NC 7/4 – Run White & Blue – 11:30am-3:00pm – 13420 Reese Blvd. W Huntersville, NC 7/3-7/4 – U.S. National Whitewater Center – lots of activities to... Read More

    Cornelius & Davidson Ranked in Top 10 for Beach/Lake Areas

    By Tara Boucher | June 16, 2021

    With coastal states like Florida, North Carolina and Maine among the most popular places people relocated to last year, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2021’s Best Beach Towns to Live in. To determine the most livable beachside communities, WalletHub compared 191 cities across 62 key metrics. The data set ranges from housing... Read More

    Spend A Day Exploring Cornelius

    By Tara Boucher | June 10, 2021

    The lakeside of Charlotte boasts a variety of activities and places for people to experience. Whether you’re planning a trip to the area or just driving through, there’s plenty to do in the town of Cornelius! Located right off I-77 and a 20-minute drive from Charlotte, Cornelius is a place you’ll want to spend a day... Read More

    8521 Sines Drive Terrell, NC 28682

    By Tara Boucher | June 3, 2021

    Country living and a boaters paradise within a stone’s throw and water view of the popular Lake Norman. This property is the perfect location for the active outdoorsman or nature enthusiast. It’s just around the corner from Marshall Fishing Area! Land has old growth hardwood areas–just the type of place you envision relaxing. With paved... Read More

    Topgolf Announces Grand Opening of Second Charlotte Facility w/ 500 New Jobs

    By Tara Boucher | June 2, 2021

    Topgolf Topgolf just announced plans to open their highly anticipated 2nd Charlotte location later this week in University City. The company has been trying to build the facility for over 4 years now, after being plagued by a series of roadblocks. In 2017, they discovered their building site contained a historic slave cemetery, then in 2020,... Read More