In Brief: Park superintendent dies, toll lane project goes to court, Charlotte considers controversial ordinance

Lake Norman State Park Superintendent WIlliam Rhinehart Jr. died this week. Rhinehart worked for the North Carolina Parks Service for 26 years and was a member of Monticello United Methodist Church. The viewing is from 6 to 8 this evening at Monticello United Methodist. The funeral service will be held tomorrow morning. A motion hearing […]

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Sheriffs Office: ex-boyfriend pawned stolen ring

PRESS RELEASE – Sheriff Darren Campbell stated on 2/20/15 a report was filed with the Sheriff’s Office of a larceny of jewelry from the Danbury neighborhood just off Jane Sowers road in Statesville.  The victim reported the larceny to the Sheriff’s Office, and stated she had discovered that she was missing a ring from her […]

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Registered sex offender arrested after changing online identifier

PRESS RELEASE – On February 23, 2015 Deputy Price of the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Special Victim’s Unit charged Carnito Cannail Glaspy with using a false name on social media. Registered sex offenders in North Carolina are required to notify their registering Sheriff’s Office of any online identifier the offender uses or intends to use. […]

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Niagara Bottling to bring new jobs, investment to Mooresville

PRESS RELEASE – Niagara Bottling, LLC a family owned and operated company, will bring 16 new jobs and invest $5 million dollars into their Mooresville, NC facility. Niagara Bottling is the largest private label bottled water supplier in the United States and operates 15 bottling facilities. Niagara’s Mooresville facility is located within Mooresville Business Park and […]

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WSIC picked up by radio enthusiast in Finland

WSIC has been heard in a lot of places – add Finland to that list – and we’re not talking about listening online.  Juha Ylonen (YOU-HA UL-EH-NEN) used an antenna more than half a mile long to listen to our AM station.  He sent an audio recording of what he heard, which was confirmed by […]

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Community makerspace will teach new technologies

A new community makerspace is set to open at the Iredell County public library in May. Roxanne Newton with Leadership Statesville and Mitchell community college says the program will allow people to learn new technologies like 3d printing and coding. (It will be a workshop basis and an open lab basis.) The program kicks off […]

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Closings and delays for Friday

The following closings and delays apply to Friday, Feb. 27, 2015: Catawba County Schools: Closed for students.  Optional teacher workday. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools: Two-hour delay.  Employees should report at their normal times if able to travel safety.  Before and after school enrichment programs will begin at their normal times. Cornerstone Christian Academy: Closed.  Pre-school will open […]

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Winter weather causes power outages, delays and closings

Roads are clearing thanks to the temperature and crews who worked overnight.   (We had about 36 employees just in Iredell county report roughly at 6 oclock yesterday evening. We had 18 trucks operating, about 18 contract trucks in addition to our own workers).  DOT spokeswoman Jordan-Ashley Walker.   Schools are closed, but local government […]

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View closings and delays here

The following closings and delays are for Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015: Davie County Schools: Closed for students and staff Catawba County Schools: Closed for students and staff City of Newton: Offices will open at 11 a.m. Hickory City Schools: Closed for students and staff Iredell County Offices: Two hour delay (except Emergency Services and Solid Waste) […]

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Region preps for winter weather

People are getting ready for the possibility of winter weather expected later today and tomorrow. (AUDIO: Wendell Speagle). We saw an increase in traffic starting yesterday and they’re buying your traditional bread, milk…. just your staples, lot of soups Wendell Speagle, he’s Store Manager at the Turnersburg Highway Food Lion in Statesville. People are also […]

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