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Mooresville Commissioners had a budget presentation last night. That’s according to a message from spokeswoman Kim Sellers. Commissioners should already be familiar with the document, however, since they’ve already had two work sessions. The proposed tax rate remains unchanged from the current fiscal year. Commissioners may be familiar with the budget proposal, but they’re probably […]
Statesville City Council members delayed a vote last night to write off more than thirty-seven thousand dollars of unpaid parking tickets. According to an e-mail from City Spokeswoman Nancy Davis, Councilman Jap Johnson wants a full report on tickets and the use of a collections agency. The vote to table was split five-three. Council members […]
FROM PRESS RELEASE Raleigh, N.C.— Governor McCrory attended the unveiling of the latest Archangel Manned Border Patrol & Surveillance aircraft produced in North Carolina today (Editor’s Note: Monday) at the IOMAX factory in Mooresville. “The innovative use of technology pioneered in Mooresville is being used by America’s allies in the global war on terrorism,” Governor […]
PRESS RELEASE Statesville, NC – Dove House Children’s Advocacy Center’s 14th annual signature fundraising event “An Evening for Dove House” presented by Husky Rack & Wire was held on Saturday, May 2, 2015 at The Charles Mack Citizen Center in Mooresville. Dove House Children’s Advocacy Center is excited to announce that this year’s event has […]
PRESS RELEASES Speeding ticket leads to drug charges Sheriff Darren Campbell stated that on 5-30-15 Lt. C.L. Stone of the Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team was traveling east on Hickory Hwy. when he observed a 1997 Chevrolet traveling west. Lt. Stone used his radar to clock the vehicle at 72 m.p.h. in a 55 m.p.h. speed […]
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Council to consider old parking tickets Mooresville Commissioners and Statesville City Council members both have meetings set for tonight. In Statesville, Council members will consider writing-off more than thirty-seven thousand dollars in un-paid parking tickets. According to the agenda, tickets that would be written off are more than seven years old. Public hearing set for […]
Statesville’s Fifth Street Ministries honored volunteers with a brunch over the weekend. Executive Director Patti West says former shelter residents expressed their thanks to volunteers. Mike Lewis and Appropriate Placement Options Teen Community Service Program received volunteers of the year. The Ruth Ann Blankenship Award went to Rocky Mount United Methodist Church. Missy Peet received […]
About three years of community effort paid off in Huntersville yesterday. Bill Suthard from Huntersville Fire Department presented Betty Patterson with the keys to her new house. He says lost her home to a fire in two-thousand twelve after first loosing her homeowners insurance. A pastor who was driving by at the time of the […]