Statesville confirms electric rate reduction

PRESS RELEASE Statesville Mayor Costi Kutteh received confirmation that the financing of the NCMPA1 bonds has been finalized which will result in a three percent decrease in electric rates for Statesville Electric Utility residential customers effective August 1, 2015. “City Council anticipated that this action would take place by the end of July,” said Mayor […]

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Five departments called to Stony Point barn fire

  Fire crews were called to a reported Caleb Lane barn fire in Stony Point shortly before eight o’clock last night. According to Iredell E-Comm, Stony Point, Monticello, Central, Hiddenite and West Iredell Fire Departments were called to the scene. After about twenty minutes on-scene, crews called for additional tankers.

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Local law enforcement keeping alert in wake of shootings

With recent reports of shootings, local law enforcement agencies are making sure they’re focused on protection of schools, movie theaters, churches and similar facilities. Interim Statesville Police Chief Joe Barone says he’s met with the Statesville theater and has instructed officers to check-in when they’re available. Beyond that, he says each Captain has a school […]

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Is this MGSD Board of Education candidate qualified to run?

There’s question as to whether or not a candidate for the Mooresville Graded School District Board of Education is qualified to run in that race. Wiggins Road property owned by John, or Johnny, Meadows is in Iredell and Rowan counties with a home on the Rowan side. Elections Director Becky Galliher says Meadows applied for […]

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Mooresville names new Deputy Manager

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, NC – Town Manager Erskine Smith announced today that Angel Wright-Lanier has been hired as a Deputy Town Manager. Her duties will include leading the departments of Cultural & Recreation Services and Information Technology, managing special projects for the Manager’s Office and Board of Commissioners, and providing a strong intergovernmental relations role […]

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Harmony participates in 2-state, 3-day yard sale

Folks in Harmony were part of a three day, multi-state yard sale over the weekend. (AUDIO).“All the merchants were very happy, all the people selling were very happy with the turn out we had, this being our first year” Harmony Mayor Joyce Rogers. The yard-sale was part of the Take-A-Break movement which encourages people to […]

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Statesville bike race this Friday

It’s been called NASCAR on two wheels – the fifteenth annual Statesville Criterium Bike race is set for Saturday night downtown. (AUDIO)”Lots of stuff going on, in addition to all the great restaurants and some shops will be staying open late.” Downtown Statesville Development Corporation Executive Director Marin Tomlin. The race is part of a […]

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Two Mooresville residents arrested in Davidson homicide case

PRESS RELEASE DAVIDSON, N.C. – The Davidson Police Department reports yesterday they arrested three suspects in the homicide of Jerry Wayne Kerns, Jr., also known as “Junior,” that took place on the 400 block of Jetton Street in Davidson on June 23. Arrested were: Gercobe Arnell McClain, Jr., a resident of Davidson with a date […]

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In Brief: Cornelius Officer honored, group looks to break Lego record

Cornelius PD recognizes officer On Thursday, July 23, 2015, Officer John Macon was named Employee of the Quarter for April to June 2015. On May 3, 2015, the Cornelius Police Department was experiencing an increase in vehicle break ins throughout our town. Officer Macon processed a vehicle which had been broken into and was able […]

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Statesville PD looking for missing teen

The Statesville Police Department is asking for the public’s help locating Avril Mayte Hernandez-Romero, who was last seen Tuesday, July 21. The missing teen is described as a 16-year-old Hispanic female with red hair and brown eyes, being 5’4″ in height. Hernandez-Romero was last seen at Windrush Court Apartments wearing a purple shirt, black leggings […]

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