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Retired Lowe’s VP gives inside look at company’s history & growth

Greg Wessling is a retired Senior Vice President of Store Operations for Lowe’s Companies and yesterday delivered the keynote address at the annual Small Biz Week Lunch and Launch. He gave an inside look at the growth of Lowe’s from a North Wilkesboro lumberyard to the national company it is today. (AUDIO). “It’s all about […]

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Court of Appeals rules on Loves truck stop

The Love’s truck stop planned for East Statesville gets a green light from the NC Court of Appeals.  Those against construction of the business at the intersection of Old Mocksville Road and Highway 64 are concerned about traffic and noise. Truck stops weren’t part of the B4 zoning parameters when the debate started, so attorneys […]

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Highway Patrol: Alcohol, speed factors in fatal weekend accident

New details released in this weekend’s east Iredell accident that left one dead and another in critical condition. The Highway Patrol says alcohol and speed were both factors, sending driver Sherita Menscer to the hospital and killing passenger Robert Wayne Nix. The Ford Escape they were traveling in went off Longview Road to the right, […]

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Statesville proposing 3 cent tax rate increase

The City of Statesville is proposing a 3 cent increase to the property tax rate. Council members received their budget proposals last night. Staff is also recommending a 3 percent increase to water and sewer rates to provide for operations and capital expenses as well as future debt service. According to the proposal, the recommended […]

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A mural of Prince has appeared on the side of the New South Gallery in downtown Statesville.  Iredell Arts Council Director Rogelio Calvo says the piece is a temporary backdrop for this past  weekend's jazz festival.  WSIC Photo.

Statesville Council discusses Prince mural

The Prince Mural painted on the side of New South Gallery in downtown Statesville got the attention of the City Council last night. WSIC obtained a copy of remarks made by Mayor Costi Kutteh in which he acknowledges the mural broke the rules, but notes that it’s given Statesville a “cool” factor and has created […]

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Huntersville Police look to ID armed robbery suspects

PRESS RELEASE On Saturday, April 30, 2016, at 8:42 PM Huntersville Police responded to La Pasadita convenience store located at 500 North Old Statesville Road, regarding an Armed Robbery from a business. Two Hispanic males entered the business, brandished weapons and demanded money. A weapon was discharged inside the business during the incident. Both suspects […]

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Registered sex offender accused of filming woman in shower

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated on April 26, 2016 a report was filed with the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office in reference to the crime of Secret Peeping. The victim reported that she had been secretly filmed while taking a shower in a residence in southern Iredell County. The case was assigned to Detective Sgt. […]

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Power outage planned for part of Mooresville

Just over 600 Mooresville Duke Energy customers will be in the dark for two hours Wednesday morning. A planned outage is set to begin at 9:00 for circuit improvements on the east and south side of Mooresville, close to downtown. Effected customers should have been notified in advance by the company. In the event of […]

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Mooresville nixes vehicle tax proposal

Mooresville drivers who learned of a town proposal to tax vehicles $20 annually for road paving, can put the money back in their wallets for now. Town Commissioners met Friday, deciding to scrap the idea. Spokeswoman Kim Sellers stressed that this was only an idea, never anything the town had set in stone. Sellers says […]

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Evening for Dove House held in Mooresville

Saturday was the annual Evening for Dove House – held at the Charles Mack Center in Mooresville. Moneys raised support the agency which offers a safe haven interview environment for the child victims of sexual abuse. (AUDIO). “It was a fabulous evening at the Charles Mack Center, we had about 430 people show up.” Executive […]

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