Toast Cafe changes name and opens the door for franchising

 A Charlotte area restaurant chain is getting a new name and looking to franchise. The local breakfast favorite will now be called “Famous Toastery”. This move comes with the restaurant expanding its operations into a franchise. According to a press release, Famous Toastery is looking to create restaurants across the southeast that can capture the […]

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New rest area complex coming to Statesville area

The NCDOT is scheduled to start the bid process for a new rest area just north of Statesville in April. The $13 million project is set to put a new rest area complex just south of the Tomlin Mill Road exit on interstate 77. Construction of the 5,000 square foot facility is scheduled to take […]

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Suspect accused of violating protection order from jail

PRESS RELEASE – Sherriff Darren Campbell stated: On January 12, 2015, Christopher Michael Lovill was served with a Domestic Violence Ex-parte Order prohibiting him to have any contact with a subject with whom he had been involved in a domestic dispute. The court order prohibited Lovill from initiating any type of contact with this subject, […]

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Statesville woman arrested for credit card theft and fraud

PRESS RELEASE – Sherriff Darren Campbell stated On December 30, 2014 the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office received a report of Larceny and Financial Card Fraud. Detective Getz with the Economic Crime Unit was assigned the case. According to the incident report the victim had an unexpected visitor show up at his residence in the early […]

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Former Mooresville PD Chief gets plea bargain

A former Mooresville Police Chief accused by the state of embezzling more than five thousand dollars and holding on to a firearm that was supposed to be destroyed won’t spend any time in jail. Listen to our report here – John Crone entered a plea bargain under which two felony embezzlement charges were dropped and a […]

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Woman facing prostitution charge

PRESS RELEASE Statesville NC: The Statesville Police Department conducted an investigation into complaints of prostitution in the area of 5th St and Newbern Ave. Investigators conducted a special operation in the area and as a result of the operation Linda Kermoade was arrested and charged with Solicitation of Prostitution. Kermoade was taken before the magistrate […]

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Former Statesville motorshop owner banned from business in North Carolina

Wake County Superior Judge Bryan Collins has banned Barry Moose Jr. and his company Mooser Moto, LLC. from doing business in North Carolina. According to a press release from the State Attorney General, Moose is also required to pay over $400,000 in consumer refunds. Moose had about 140 complaints with the Consumer Protection Division, in […]

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Mooresville Convention & Visitors Bureau Launches New Website & 2015 Visitor Guide

FROM PRESS RELEASE The Mooresville Convention & Visitors Bureau (MCVB) has launched a new website with a fresh, crisp look and improved navigation for a more user-friendly experience. The MCVB site, www.racecityusa.org, serves as the primary online resource for comprehensive tourism-based information about Mooresville, including hotels, restaurants, and things to do. The site also functions […]

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Fox Den homeowners still unsure of future

It could be a long year of waiting for Wedgview Way homeowners in Statesville’s Fox Den development.More than fifteen homes were not properly released from loans. Last fall, a judge denied members of the Ethel Goforth Primary Trust the right to foreclose on the properties. Lawyers are preparing to take the debate to the NC […]

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Mooresville mayor attends D.C. conference

Mooresville Mayor Miles Atkins was in Washington recently for a meeting of the US Conference of Mayors where he was part of a discussion about advanced manufacturing. (Atkins) “We really talked about you could fly into town with the concept and have it prototyped, a part made and tested all within a day.” Atkins says […]

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