The 18th Annual John P. Campbell Memorial Golf Tournament
An annual luncheon proves to be continuously making a difference in children's' lives.
Two Asian events prove to yet again be a success in educating the community about their many varying cultures.
More than 400 guests and 80 volunteers attended the 11th annual An Evening for Dove House held April 29 at the Charles Mack Citizen Center in downtown Mooresville.
The exhibit Contemporary Skylines & Architecture seamlessly blends a rich array of sculpture, canvas, photography, glass, wood and jewelry.
Eat home grown without the hastle!
The scoop on Easter outings in a town near you.
Spring into action now and begin looking for kids summer camps!
St. Patty's Day & March Madness celebrations!
March inspires me to do three completely unrelated things.
Chef Troy Gagliardo
Chopped grilled salad with shrimp & sausage skewers
This ain't your mama's meatloaf.
Try this perfect, summer side.
Make the commitment and start from scratch.
Roasted Poblano Queso Flameado
Welcome to our back-to-school issue
Welcome to our special golf issue
For most of us, buying a house is the biggest investment well ever make, and we often pour our hearts, souls and dollars into making it our refuge.
For this issue, in honor of Valentines Day, we celebrate all things love that wonderfully messy emotion that unites us all.
In the coming months, look for a great mix of fun and entertaining stories about the people, places and lifestyles of Lake Norman, as well as compelling, thought-provoking stories you wont find anywhere else.
Soul of a People: The WPA Writers Project Uncovers Depression America by David A. Taylor, Davidson College Class of 1983.
Davidson College President Carol Quillen delivers insightful and inspiring speech
Annual Davidson College fundraiser helps combat AIDS here and abroad
My dog Dodger is reminding me to be thankful this Thanksgiving.
John shares the benefits of being of two minds.
The daily guide to radical self-acceptance, Beautiful You, is still capturing hearts a year later.
The to-do list can get very long, so be sure to make a play plan and occasionally let things go.
Triple Play Farm in Davidson, North Carolina offers a one-day self-discovery and empowerment retreat for female cancer survivors.
My son's nickname, Happy, teaches a lesson about one's natural state.
In looking for directions in life, though, it's not as easy as asking your car where to go.