PRESS RELEASE The Mooresville High School NJROTC started the competitive season on October 1 at Allison Woods in Statesville, NC with an Orienteering Meet. Orienteering is a navigation race—often held in unfamiliar terrain—using a map and compass. Mooresville competed with 10 other schools and placed second overall. Individual awards went to Cadets Sanders, Whitaker, Pinney, […]
THE HUNTERSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT IS WORKING WITH THE US MARINE CORPS LEAGUE TO HELP FOLKS IN NEED THIS HOLIDAY SEASON. TO FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN HELP…VISIT HUNTERSVILLE P-D DOT ORG.
PRESS RELEASE Stanley, NC – Lincoln County Sheriff’s Officers apprehended a man wanted in connection with the kidnapping of his ex-girlfriend twice within the last three months. Officers once again scoured the area around Hines Circle Road today before locating Jacob Allen Houser hiding in the attic of a relative’s home on Hines Circle Road […]
PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated between Monday the 10th day of October and Tuesday the 11th day of October three Victims reported Breaking and Entering to vehicles at the Exit 42 Storage facility in Troutman. One of the vehicles was an RV, an enclosed trailer and a boat that was parked inside the locked […]
PRESS RELEASE More than $11.4 million in profits has been distributed to community organizations since the Statesville ABC Board was organized in 1973. This was part of the message presented to Statesville City Council members by Statesville ABC Board chair Michelle Rokes. In addition to this funding, the Statesville ABC Board is also reaching out […]
PRESS RELEASE Mooresville, NC – Mitchell Community College will hold a kick-off for the North Carolina Manufacturing Institute (NCMI) in Iredell County on Tuesday, October 25, 8-10 a.m. at Langtree Plantation. The NCMI initiative helps to bridge the skills gap between manufacturing careers and qualified applicants. The 8-week program creates a clear, achievable pathway for […]
THE MOORESVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT LOST THREE K-9 OFFICERS THIS WEEK TO RETIREMENT. RITA, ZOEY, AND GUNNY WERE WERE RECOGNIZED AT MONDAY’S TOWN BOARD MEETING… THE RETIRING K-9’s ALSO RECEIVED CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATION FOR THEIR YEARS OF SERVICE.
THE STATESVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT IS HOSTING A DRUG TAKE BACK ON SATURDAY… CRIME PREVENTION OFFICER CHAN AUSTIN SAYS THEY’RE GOING TO SET UP IN THE PARKING LOT OF THE C-V-S PHARMACY ON TURNERSBURG ROAD… AUSTIN SAYS THEY’LL BE THERE FROM 10-TO-2.
The Mooresville town council is moving forward with getting police officers equipped with body cameras. The Mooresville Police Chief is asking the council for permission to apply for a state public safety grant for about 80-thousand dollars in order to purchase the body cams and pay for one year of data storage.