SC man facing drug charges in Davidson

PRESS RELEASE DAVIDSON, N.C. – At approximately 9:00 p.m. on Friday, April 24, officers with the Davidson Police Department conducted a vehicle stop in the parking lot of the Rushco food store at 644 Gateway Drive in Davidson, NC. This vehicle stop was the result of a narcotics investigation into the sale and delivery of […]

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I-SS receives $397K federal grant

FROM PRESS RELEASE In a time of increasingly tighter budgets, Iredell Statesville Schools has found ways to bridge funding gaps by writing innovative grants.  Many of these grants have been directed to emotional and psychological support for our students. A limited number of mental health professionals, barriers to accessing services, untreated mental disorders and increasing student […]

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Police: Suspect had marijuana shipped from California

PRESS RELEASE ON 04/22/2015, OFFICERS WITH THE TROUTMAN POLICE DEPARTMENT NARCOTICS UNIT DEVELOPED INFORMATION THAT A SUBJECT IN TOWN WAS HAVING MARIJUANA SHIPPED IN FROM CALIFORNIA. AFTER GATHERING ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND APPLYING FOR A SEARCH WARRANT, THE PACKAGE WAS DELIVERED TO THE SUSPECT’S RESIDENCE. THE SUSPECT SIGNED FOR THE PACKAGE AND RETURNED INTO HIS HOME. […]

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Cornelius crossing guard struck by vehicle

PRESS RELEASE On Thursday, April 23, 2015 at approximately 3:45pm, Cornelius Police responded to 21126 Catawba Avenue in reference to a pedestrian struck by a vehicle. The victim, Robert Jarosz (DOB 05/15/1932), was the Cornelius Elementary School Crossing Guard. Witnesses told Police that Jarosz was standing stationary in the middle of the marked crosswalk wearing […]

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Iredell closed home sales up in March

Closed home sales jumped nearly forty percent in Iredell County during the month of March when compared with the same month one year before. That’s according to market data released by the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association. The median sales price was up about nineteen percent at about one-hundred ninety-five thousand. In Davidson, closed sales and […]

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Woman facing drug charges following Troutman traffic stop

PRESS RELEASE ON 04/22/2015, OFFICER BENTLEY WITH THE TROUTMAN POLICE DEPARTMENT STOPPED A SUBJECT FOR ERRITAC DRIVING ON HWY 21 (SOUTH MAIN ST). OFFICER BENTLEY IDENTIFIED TERESA PENLAND AS THE DRIVER OF THE VEHICLE. OFFICER BENTLEY THEN PERFORMED ROADSIDE TEST ON MS. PENLAND TO CHECK FOR IMPAIRMENT DUE TO HER ERRATIC DRIVING. DURING THE TEST, […]

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Statesville man facing child rape charge

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated a report was filed with the Iredell County Sheriff’s office on April 9, 2015 in reference to the sexual assault of a child under the age of 16. The victim reported they were sexually assaulted by a family member, Marcus Jerome Briggs. The victim stated the sexual abuse began […]

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Highway 150 wreck sends 3 to hospital

Three were injured in a Highway 150 wreck just before eight o’clock this morning. It happened just west of interstate seventy-seven. Major Childress with Mooresville PD says it appears one vehicle crossed the center line where it collided with another vehicle. That first driver was taken by ambulance to Lake Norman Regional Medical Center. The […]

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Iredell Commissioners concerned about possible change in sales tax distribution

Concerns about proposed state legislation were raised at this week’s County Commissioners meeting. A bill currently in the Senate seeks to re-distribute sales tax revenues to less wealthy counties by changing distribution to a per-capita basis. (AUDIO: “Every time government becomes more concerned with being fair than effective, its going to cost you a lot […]

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Mooresville drops 24-hour water re-connect service

Mooresville Commissioners met this week and voted to discontinue twenty-four hour service for water system re-connects after July 1st. That’s according to an e-mail from Town Spokeswoman Kim Sellers. The change is a result of safety concerns. Staff reportedly felt at-risk when working alone after dark. Residents did pay a one hundred twenty-five dollar surcharge […]

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