At Chad Johnson Orthodontics, your smile is our passion. Our orthodontists provide you with the best care possible in Davidson, all from a stress-free, comfortable setting. We know how much of a difference a beautiful smile can make, which is why we are so passionate about giving our clients a smile they love forever.
Having served metro Davidson for years, we know that no two patients have the same orthodontic needs. That's why we offer a variety of treatment options to correct each patient's unique concerns, along with payment plans that make braces affordable for every family. You can rest easy knowing that our team specializes in the latest innovations in the field of orthodontics. This allows us to treat our patients in the most efficient, affordable, and aesthetically pleasing ways possible.
A few of our orthodontic treatment options in Davidson include:
If you're looking for an orthodontist in Davidson, NC, who is professional, trustworthy, and compassionate, look no further than Chad Johnson Orthodontics. Your pathway to a beautiful smile starts by choosing the treatment options best for your lifestyle.
Our orthodontic practice in Davidson does things a little differently than others. Our doctors want to get to know you, your family, and your oral health goals. With more than 30 years of combined experience, we know that each smile our doctors help create is as unique as the person it belongs to.
That's why our practice offers several orthodontic solutions customized to your individual orthodontic needs. If you're a new patient, we know you probably have important questions that need answers. That's why new patients always receive a complimentary orthodontic consultation, so you can learn about the best treatment options for your budget and lifestyle.
At the end of the day, our goal is to make access to orthodontic treatment as available, effective, and easy as possible. Come experience why so many children, teens, and adults trust Chad Johnson Orthodontics with their oral health needs. We'd love to get to know you and your smile better today!704-454-5500
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. —Wednesday 3:35 a.m. update - There are now 74,465 power outages statewide. Guilford County has the most outages with 10,452. Get power outage updates here.9:53 p.m. update - Outages have dropped to 119,669 statewide. Guilford County has 15,839 outages. Davidson County has 512 outages. The most outages are in Durham County with more than 68,900 o...
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. —
3:35 a.m. update - There are now 74,465 power outages statewide. Guilford County has the most outages with 10,452. Get power outage updates here.
9:53 p.m. update - Outages have dropped to 119,669 statewide. Guilford County has 15,839 outages. Davidson County has 512 outages. The most outages are in Durham County with more than 68,900 outages.
8:33 p.m. update - Outages have dropped to 132,776 statewide. Guilford County has 16,661 outages. Outages in Alamance County have largely been restored -- dropping down to roughly 370 outages. Get power outage updates here.
6:35 p.m. update - More than 144,501 power outages across the state. Guilford County has 21,674 outages, Alamance County has 2,282, and Durham County has 67,369 outages.
4:40 p.m. update - More than 46,446 power outages in North Carolina. Guilford County currently has 26,003 outages. There are 3,715 outages in Davidson County and more than 2,016 outages in Alamance County.
3:37 p.m. update - More than 11,617 outages have been reported in North Carolina.
Davidson County has more than 3,132 outages and more than 1,271 in Davie County.
9:15 a.m. update: 755 customers remain without power and 632 customers are without power in Surry County.
7:30 a.m. update: The number of customers without power in Davidson County has dropped. Duke Energy reports the outage was caused by fallen trees or limbs damaging their equipment. It estimates power will be restored by 6 a.m. Tuesday.
In Wilkes County, there are 1,431 customers without power. The cause of the outages is unknown, however, storms moved through the county early Tuesday morning.
In Surry County, there are 594 customers without power. The cause of the outages is also unknown.
There are 5,236 outages reported statewide.
10:24 p.m. update: Outages have dropped to 2,838 customers in Davidson County.
Original Story, 6:30 p.m.:
About 6,500 people are without power in Davidson County as storms move through the area. There are about 15,000 outages statewide.
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|Outage Map||Report Outages|
|Duke Energy Progress||800-419-6356|
|Blue Ridge Electric||800-448-2383|
|Cape Hatteras Electric Coop.||866-511-9862|
|Carteret-Craven Electric Coop.||800-682-2217|
|Edgecombe-Martin County EMC||800-690-0657|
|Four County EMC||888-368-7289|
|French Broad EMC||828-649-2051|
|Lumbee River EMC||800-683-5571|
|Pee Dee EMC||800-693-0190|
|Pitt and Greene EMC||800-622-1362|
|Roanoke Electric Cooperative||800-358-9437|
|South River EMC||800-338-5530|
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DAVIDSON, N.C. — There were extensive delays northbound on Interstate 77 following a crash involving an overturned vehicle in Davidson Friday.The vehicle overturned in the northbound lanes near Lake Norman. The last exit before the crash is the exit for Catawba Avenue.Video from a North Carolina Department of Transportation traffic camera showed the overturned vehicle on the divider between the express lanes and the general purpose lane...
DAVIDSON, N.C. — There were extensive delays northbound on Interstate 77 following a crash involving an overturned vehicle in Davidson Friday.
The vehicle overturned in the northbound lanes near Lake Norman. The last exit before the crash is the exit for Catawba Avenue.
Video from a North Carolina Department of Transportation traffic camera showed the overturned vehicle on the divider between the express lanes and the general purpose lanes. Immediately following the crash, northbound traffic was passing the crash using only the right shoulder.
All southbound lanes are opened but traffic was slow because of onlooker delays.
Shortly after 5 p.m., all lanes were reopened and the crash was cleared from the roadway.
Emergency personnel were at the scene of the crash to help.
Alternate routes were limited because of the proximity to the lake.
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Concord, North Carolina, is a hidden gem tucked away in the heart of the state. Often overshadowed by larger cities, Concord has a unique charm that captivates all who visit. From its fascinating history to its thriving arts scene, there is something for everyone in this delightful city. Join us as we delve into the rich tapestry of Concord, NC, and explore its captivating attractions and activities.Concord boasts a fascinating history ...
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Concord boasts a fascinating history that dates back to the 18th century. The city's name was inspired by the harmonious agreement reached during its early settlement, reflecting the community spirit that still resonates today. History enthusiasts will find plenty to explore in Concord, from the impressive Reed Gold Mine, America's first documented gold find, to the historic Downtown Concord district, where beautifully preserved buildings take visitors back in time. The city's passion for preserving its heritage is evident in each step you take.
Concord's arts and culture scene is a testament to its vibrant spirit. Art galleries, studios, and performance venues dot the city, offering an array of experiences for art aficionados. Don't miss a visit to the Cabarrus Arts Council, a focal point for local artists and traveling exhibitions. The music scene in Concord is equally impressive, with numerous live music events and festivals throughout the year. Whether it's visual arts, theater, or music, Concord provides a platform for expression and creativity to thrive.
Nature lovers will find themselves in paradise in Concord, surrounded by breathtaking landscapes and outdoor activities. The Great Wolf Lodge Concord provides year-round water park fun for families, while Frank Liske Park offers a tranquil escape with its serene lake and picturesque trails. For adrenaline junkies, ziplining and adventure courses at the Tree Runner Adventure Park are a must-try. Additionally, Concord is a gateway to exploring the stunning North Carolina countryside, with scenic drives and hiking opportunities aplenty.
Concord, NC, is a city that surprises and captivates visitors with its rich history, vibrant culture, and natural wonders. From delving into its historical treasures to immersing yourself in the thriving arts scene, and embracing the beauty of its natural landscapes, Concord offers an experience that leaves an indelible mark. So, pack your bags and set out on a journey of exploration and enchantment in this delightful gem of North Carolina.
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RALEIGH – The NC State baseball team carries its four-game winning streak into a midweek matchup against Davidson at Truist Field. Tuesday night's matchup in Charlotte is set for 6 p.m. at the Charlotte Knights' home ballpark.A free audio stream will be available on the Varsity Network App for Tuesday's game with Andrew Sanders on the call. The midweek matchup will also be available on the radio on WKNC 88.1. There will be no live video stream available for Tuesday's game.NC State (24-11) holds a 90-31 al...
RALEIGH – The NC State baseball team carries its four-game winning streak into a midweek matchup against Davidson at Truist Field. Tuesday night's matchup in Charlotte is set for 6 p.m. at the Charlotte Knights' home ballpark.
A free audio stream will be available on the Varsity Network App for Tuesday's game with Andrew Sanders on the call. The midweek matchup will also be available on the radio on WKNC 88.1. There will be no live video stream available for Tuesday's game.
NC State (24-11) holds a 90-31 all-time record against Davidson (21-13). Tickets for Tuesday night's matchup at Truist Field are available by clicking here.
PROJECTED STARTING PITCHERS Tuesday – RHP Baker Nelson (NCSU) vs. LHP Isaac Fix (Davidson)
THE MATCHUP: SERIES AGAINST DAVIDSON NC State holds a 90-31 all-time record in the series against Davidson. Other notes on this week's matchup against the Wildcats:
• NC State has won 11 straight matchups against Davidson dating back to 2000. Davidson's most recent win in the series came in a 7-5 victory over the Wolfpack on March 1, 2000, in Raleigh. • NC State won both games of a doubleheader the last time the two teams met, posting a 13-3 win and a 6-4 win on Opening Day in 2021 (Feb. 21, 2021). • The Wolfpack last faced Davidson outside of Raleigh on March 21, 1995. NC State captured a 9-7 victory under head coach Ray Tanner.
LAST TIME ON THE DIAMOND NC State polished off a perfect 4-0 week at The Doak with a 5-4 victory over Florida State on Sunday. Dominic Pilolli lifted a game-winning RBI single in the bottom of the 10th to complete the three-game sweep, which was the first weekend sweep of the Seminoles in program history. Eli Serrano III tied the game with a solo home run in the bottom of the eighth inning to help send the series finale to extra innings. The Wolfpack drew 11 walks in the win, tying the game at 4-4 in the bottom of the 10th on a bases-loaded RBI walk by Trevor Candelaria.
WILDCAT HOMECOMING With NC State's trip to Charlotte on Tuesday, two key members of the 2023 Wolfpack roster will be facing off against their former team. Trevor Candelaria and Parker Nolan each played their first four seasons at Davidson with both earning First Team All-Atlantic 10 honors in 2022. Candelaria and Nolan were vital to Davidson's run to its first regular season Atlantic 10 Championship a season ago.
STRONG MARK IN THE RPI NC State ranks No. 8 in Monday's RPI poll. Since the first RPI poll released on March 6, the Wolfpack has been as high as No. 1 and has not fallen lower than No. 15 in the RPI rankings. The Pack's strength of schedule ranks ninth in the country, playing 17 of its 35 games this season against teams currently ranked in the RPI Top 25. NC State is also a perfect 18-0 against opponents with a current RPI ranking below No. 50 (51-100+). The Wolfpack looks to keep its unbeaten streak going against teams No. 50 or lower against Davidson (No. 246) on Tuesday.
GINO'S IN A GROOVE Junior LuJames Groover III had a breakout season for the Pack in 2022, making 55 starts and 57 total appearances in his first season in Raleigh. Groover III led NC State with a .364 batting average, 86 hits, 16 doubles and a .440 on-base percentage this past season. The junior tallied at least one hit in 48 of the Pack's 57 games this past season, reaching base safely in 50 contests. Recently, Groover III has caught fire, batting .600 with a .714 on-base percentage during NC State's four-game winning streak. Groover III's hot streak resulted in the junior winning ACC Player of the Week honors and Perfect Game National Player of the Week honors on Monday afternoon.
SCOUTING DAVIDSON Davidson (21-13, 7-2 A-10) responded with back-to-back victories to finish 2-2 this past week, dropping a midweek matchup to Duke and the first game of its series against Dayton before posting a 5-4 win on Saturday and an 8-3 win on Sunday to win the series. Ryan Wilson leads the Wildcats in a plethora of categories, including batting average (.379), slugging percentage (.815), runs scored (46), RBI (42), home runs (14) and total bases (101). The Wildcats are 4-1 against in-state opponents, earning wins over NC A&T, Queens, High Point and Western Carolina.
COMEBACK PACK The Wolfpack has rallied to win seven times after going behind first, including back-to-back comeback wins to open its series sweep of Florida State this past weekend. The Pack has recorded two wins in home series finales in comeback, walk-off fashion when Payton Green hit a two-run homer on March 5 to flip a 5-4 deficit into a 6-5 win against NJIT and then Cannon Peebles hit a two-RBI single up the middle to flip a 4-3 deficit into a 5-4 win over No. 14 Virginia on March 18.
PUTTING UP CROOKED NUMBERS NC State's offense has scored runs in bunches this season, posting 75 multi-run innings through just 35 games (2.14 per game). NC State's single-game high for runs scored in one inning was eight runs in the bottom of the fourth against UNCW on Tuesday. NC State's single-game high for the number of multi-run innings is five, scoring multiple runs in a game five times in three different matchups.
STRIKE FIRST, STRIKE HARD, NO MERCY NC State holds a 17-1 record when scoring first this season. The Pack has scored in the first inning 14 times and has scored in either the first or second inning 19 times in 2023.
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The HAWK System has rolled out on Griffith Street, known as one of the town’s busiest. Since the system isn’t like a normal pedestrian crosswalk, it can be confusing to both drivers and pedestrians.DAVIDSON, N.C. (WBTV) - In an effort to help keep people safe, the Town of Davidson has installed a new type of pedestrian walkway system after three pedestrian deaths.The HAWK System has rolled out on Griffith S...
Since the system isn’t like a normal pedestrian crosswalk, it can be confusing to both drivers and pedestrians.
DAVIDSON, N.C. (WBTV) - In an effort to help keep people safe, the Town of Davidson has installed a new type of pedestrian walkway system after three pedestrian deaths.
The HAWK System has rolled out on Griffith Street, known as one of the town’s busiest. Since the system isn’t like a normal pedestrian crosswalk, it can be confusing to both drivers and pedestrians.
Doug Wright, the project manager for the Town of Davidson, said he thinks the system will be beneficial to the town once everyone adjusts to the learning curve of how it works.
“It stands for High-Intensity Activated Crosswalk. They’re used at locations that have high pedestrian volume, which this one does. It has about 400 pedestrians a day and about 20,000 vehicles a day,” Wright said.
According to Wright, once someone presses the crosswalk button the HAWK signal will light up, warning cars to slow down with a blinking yellow light. Once it turns solid red, all cars must stop and let the person cross the street.
Afterward, the lights will then start blinking red meaning drivers can resume driving with caution. However, if a driver runs a solid red light there could be consequences.
“It is running a red light. So it’s a ticket for running a red light. So it’s a significant ticket,” said Wright.
Kathy Bromer walks along the intersection of Griffith and Jetton streets almost every day. She said it’s a better system than before, but she is still concerned about drivers who may not notice the lights.
“It’s nice they put this in, but nobody seems to know traffic-wise how it works. They’re not used to looking up, and the lights are very high. They did have a temporary sign saying make sure you look up, but I think it’s just gonna take time for them to get used to it,” explained Bromer.
Mary Herdelin, a Davidson College student, also feels it will take time for people to catch onto the new system.
“I do try to avoid crossing in this area, so hopefully in the future, I won’t feel as scared about it,” said Herdelin.
Wright said the Town of Davidson is doing the best it can to control the increase in foot and vehicle traffic. He hopes the new HAWK system will help prevent future pedestrian deaths.
“Any time we have a pedestrian tragedy it affects the whole town. This is a response to some of the issues we’ve had in the past, and we think this is going to be a very safe location.”
Right now the town is in the process of adding two more along the street. If the signals do well with the intersections and roundabouts, the town says there’s a chance more will be installed.
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