Statesville announces schedule for Easter holiday

PRESS RELEASE Statesville City Government offices will be closed Friday, April 3 in observance of Easter holidays. There will be no garbage collection on that day. The schedule for garbage collection for the week of March 30 – April 3 is as follows: For residential routes, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday routes will operate on a […]

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Davie County High School students win ProStart Invitational

Students from Davie County High School won the North Carolina ProStart Invitational this week. The team presented a mock restaurant idea to a panel of hospitality judges. For the win, students have been offered scholarships from a number of schools and have been invited to the national competition in California next month. Students from the […]

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Mooresville NJROTC give time and effort back to community

Mooresville High School’s Naval JROTC program has given over thirty-six hundred hours over community service and fifteen hundred hours of school support hours this year. Cadets have helped with organizations like Special Olympics, the Mooresville Soup Kitchen and other organizations.  Students have also helped with school athletic events.  One hundred seventy students are enrolled in […]

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Mooresville Police Department earns national accreditation

The Mooresville Police Department has earned national accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. According to Mooresville PD, the group allows agencies to voluntarily demonstrate they meet certain professional standards.  Goals of the accrediting agency include strengthened crime control and prevention capabilities and the improvement of service delivery.  You can read more […]

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County to pay over 250K to assist Old Davis Hospital purchase

Iredell County plans to pay just over two-hundred fifty thousand to help Mitchell Community College buy the Old Davis Hospital site. County Manager Ron Smith says that will come from a capital fund the county has been saving for the school.  Tipping fees are expected to be waived for anything that has to go to […]

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NCDOT increases contribution to toll lane project

The NCDOT plans plans to increase its contribution to the I-77 toll lane project by about six million dollars.   That brings the investment by taxpayers to about ninety-four million.  Private company Cintra is footing most of the bill and then gets to collect toll revenue.  Cintra plans to increase its contribution by about sixteen […]

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Statesville Police warn of scammers impersonating officers

FROM PRESS RELEASE On Wednesday, March 25th 2015, Statesville Police responded to an Attempted Fraud / Impersonating a Police Officer. On 3-25-15, a victim received suspicious emails stating she defaulted on a loan she had applied for but never received. She received emails from attorneygeneralstexas@outlook.com and state_investigation-law@outlook.com stating she had an active warrant for arrest, […]

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Mooresville man accused of selling prescription drugs

FROM PRESS RELEASE The Iredell County Sheriff’s Narcotics Investigations Unit received information about an unknown white male selling prescription drugs and high grade marijuana in the Brawley School Road area of Mooresville. A surveillance operation was set in motion in the area which took weeks to identify the suspect, Griffin C. Murray as the suspect. […]

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Mooresville PD earns national accreditation

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, N.C. –On Saturday, March 21, Mooresville Police Department was awarded national accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA). This accreditation program provides public safety agencies an opportunity to voluntarily demonstrate they meet an established set of professional standards. “Becoming an accredited police department is a significant accomplishment […]

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Local education updates

Parents and students rally for Opportunity Scholarship grant Parents and students spoke at the North Carolina general assembly this week about the positive changes the Opportunity Scholarship program has made in their lives. The program, which awards scholarships for students to attend private schools, is currently on hold as the court considers constitutionality. (I was […]

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