Mooresville names new Deputy Manager

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, NC – Town Manager Erskine Smith announced today that Angel Wright-Lanier has been hired as a Deputy Town Manager. Her duties will include leading the departments of Cultural & Recreation Services and Information Technology, managing special projects for the Manager’s Office and Board of Commissioners, and providing a strong intergovernmental relations role […]

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Harmony participates in 2-state, 3-day yard sale

Folks in Harmony were part of a three day, multi-state yard sale over the weekend. (AUDIO).“All the merchants were very happy, all the people selling were very happy with the turn out we had, this being our first year” Harmony Mayor Joyce Rogers. The yard-sale was part of the Take-A-Break movement which encourages people to […]

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Statesville bike race this Friday

It’s been called NASCAR on two wheels – the fifteenth annual Statesville Criterium Bike race is set for Saturday night downtown. (AUDIO)”Lots of stuff going on, in addition to all the great restaurants and some shops will be staying open late.” Downtown Statesville Development Corporation Executive Director Marin Tomlin. The race is part of a […]

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Two Mooresville residents arrested in Davidson homicide case

PRESS RELEASE DAVIDSON, N.C. – The Davidson Police Department reports yesterday they arrested three suspects in the homicide of Jerry Wayne Kerns, Jr., also known as “Junior,” that took place on the 400 block of Jetton Street in Davidson on June 23. Arrested were: Gercobe Arnell McClain, Jr., a resident of Davidson with a date […]

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In Brief: Cornelius Officer honored, group looks to break Lego record

Cornelius PD recognizes officer On Thursday, July 23, 2015, Officer John Macon was named Employee of the Quarter for April to June 2015. On May 3, 2015, the Cornelius Police Department was experiencing an increase in vehicle break ins throughout our town. Officer Macon processed a vehicle which had been broken into and was able […]

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Statesville PD looking for missing teen

The Statesville Police Department is asking for the public’s help locating Avril Mayte Hernandez-Romero, who was last seen Tuesday, July 21. The missing teen is described as a 16-year-old Hispanic female with red hair and brown eyes, being 5’4″ in height. Hernandez-Romero was last seen at Windrush Court Apartments wearing a purple shirt, black leggings […]

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WSIC host visits international cigar convention

WSIC Local Biz Now co-host Joe Vagnone recently got special access to the eighty-third annual International Premium Cigar and Pipe Retails Association Convention held in New Orleans. (AUDIO).“It is one of the largest expo’s I have ever been to. This is certainly one of the largest buildings I ever been to.  And in just a […]

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DSDC partners with local company for new website

Statesville’s Downtown Development Corporation launched a new website earlier this year, and was able to partner with a local operation to do it. Cashclick is a national web marketing company that set-up a Statesville operation in twenty-thirteen. (AUDIO).“They came back to us with a good proposal and we where excited to work with someone local, […]

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Mooresville on water restriction, not the case in Statesville

Mooresville asking residents to conserve water PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, N.C. – On July 20, the Catawba-Wateree Drought Management Advisory Group announced the dry weather conditions and above-average temperatures had placed the Catawba-Wateree River Basin in Stage 1 of the Low Inflow Protocol (LIP). Stage 1 recommends voluntary water conservation by water users across the Basin […]

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Mooresville seeking input on parks and recreation

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, N.C. – If you could design a Town park, what would it look like? Would it be large and centrally located, or smaller and tucked away in your neighborhood? Would it have playgrounds, ball fields and a climbing wall, or would it invite more passive outdoor activities? What about future recreation programs? […]

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