Police: Man fired shots into vehicle driven by son

PRESS RELEASE Statesville, NC: On Saturday July 4th, 2015 at 7:30 PM Statesville Police responded to a reported disturbance in the 600 block of Diamond St in Statesville. When officers arrived on scene they made contact with the suspect, Donald Eugene Minor, 69 of Statesville. Minor advised the officers that he had been involved in […]

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In Brief: WSIC announces football broadcast, job site continues efforts

  WSIC is excited to announce that it will be broadcasting Lake Norman High School Football this year. Broadcasts will start around the end of august – you’ll be able to listen on-air and follow updates online through our social media channels. A group of Lake Norman professionals continue their efforts to help area residents […]

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Countdown to Balloon Fest

The countdown continues to this year’s Carolina Balloon Fest – set for the weekend of October sixteenth through the eighteenth at the Statesville Regional Airport. Last year’s event resulted in the donation of more than eighty-two thousand dollars of money to non-profits. Twenty-one thousand went to the the American Cancer Society. More than fifty-five thousand […]

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Fireworks safety – what’s legal and what’s not

With Fourth of July this weekend, local officials are urging safety with fireworks. Assistant Statesville Fire Cheif Gary Styers recently joined WSIC’s Around the City to discuss. (AUDIO).“We definitely encourage folks to see the professional fireworks. Fireworks, the easiest thing to remember is if you can’t buy them in North Carolina, there not legal.” Anything […]

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Record number of travelers expected for July 4th holiday

If you’re planning to take a trip for the Fourth of July holiday, you’re not alone. AAA of the Carolinas predicts that a record one point one million North Carolinians will travel – most doing so on the road. Based on survey information, the numbers are the highest since two-thousand one. Asheville has the highest […]

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Lake area business leaders take anti-toll lane message to Raleigh

Lake area business leaders took their anti-toll message to legislators in Raleigh yesterday. WSIC Local Biz Now co-host Joe Vagnone was part of the group and says the message was more than just not wanting tolls, it was about concern over potential economic impact they could have. Senator Jeff Tarte has been working on a […]

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Chief Anderson leaving Statesville PD

PRESS RELEASE Statesville Police Chief Tom Anderson has resigned his position with the City of Statesville to become the director of Public Safety/Risk Management with the North Carolina League of Municipalities. Anderson, 48, will leave effective July 27, 2015. More information about Anderson’s resignation, his new position and his replacement will be released at a […]

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Grease Monkey of Mooresville: $5 off oil change, $6 off power steering service, 10% off brake service with coupon

$5.00 off Full Service Oil Change (reg $34.99) with coupon $6.00 off Power Steering Service (reg $59.99) with coupon Save 10% on Brake Service with coupon

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Mooresville citizens invited to housing open-house

The Town of Mooresville will hold an open-house tonight for citizens to learn about its comprehensive housing strategy project. Working with the Centralina Council of Governments, the town hopes to identify housing needs and use that information to make sure ordinances support those needs. Citizen input is part of the process. Tonight’s open house is […]

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Business leaders in Raleigh Tuesday to lobby against tolls

The anti-toll lane argument returns to Raleigh today. A delegation of lake-area business leaders will meet with legislators and hold a press conference letting everyone know they don’t see toll lanes as the best option for widening I-77. Today’s group includes WSIC Local Biz Now co-host Joe Vagnone representing the Lake Norman Chamber, Rusty Wallace […]

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