County Commissioners weigh in on new state law

A new state law could cost Iredell taxpayers about an extra hundred thousand dollars next year. That’s according to County Manager Ron Smith who says the measure would require an extra presidential primary election. County Commissioners weighed in at their last meeting. AUDIO: “Not budgeted for, and are essentially unfunded mandates. Also concerning is the […]

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Iredell taxpayers to see 4.25 cent rate increase

Iredell County taxpayers can expect a four and a quarter cent increase in the tax rate next fiscal year – that’s probably the biggest talking point as the local budget process is now in full-swing. Iredell County Manager Ron Smith says that is to cover school bonds approved by voters last fall. Iredell County Commissioners, […]

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Iredell Rest Area closed by death investigation

The I-77 Northbound Rest Area near Mooresville closed earlier this afternoon after a medical situation that resulted in a death. An EMS spokesperson on-scene wasn’t allowed to share much, other than saying the man’s body was still inside the building and that arrangements were being made. The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office was on-scene to investigate.

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Sheriff’s Office looks to ID suspect in larceny of clothing

PRESS RELEASE On March 30th, 2015 a report was filed with the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office from The Dollar General Store at 610 Mocksville Hwy Statesville in reference to larceny. According to the store manager the white female in the attached photographs took several items from the store without paying for them. The female was […]

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Suspect accused of having stolen property

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated Deputy K. M. Robbins of the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a report of a breaking and entering in Love Valley at 112 Smith Ranch Trail. While gathering all of the information for a report, Deputy K.M. Robbins was informed of a possible suspect in the case. […]

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Car owners show off at Trump National in Mooresville

Some two-hundred cars were on hand in Mooresville yesterday for the first annual Concours d’Elegance at Trump National Charlotte. General Manager Gavin Arsenault says the collection included a 1976 Ferrari 512, a 1955 Indy Streamliner and a sixty-seven Corvette Roadster. The cars were in two categories – about seventy-five signature judged vehicles and about one-hundred […]

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SC man facing drug charges in Davidson

PRESS RELEASE DAVIDSON, N.C. – At approximately 9:00 p.m. on Friday, April 24, officers with the Davidson Police Department conducted a vehicle stop in the parking lot of the Rushco food store at 644 Gateway Drive in Davidson, NC. This vehicle stop was the result of a narcotics investigation into the sale and delivery of […]

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I-SS receives $397K federal grant

FROM PRESS RELEASE In a time of increasingly tighter budgets, Iredell Statesville Schools has found ways to bridge funding gaps by writing innovative grants.  Many of these grants have been directed to emotional and psychological support for our students. A limited number of mental health professionals, barriers to accessing services, untreated mental disorders and increasing student […]

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Police: Suspect had marijuana shipped from California

PRESS RELEASE ON 04/22/2015, OFFICERS WITH THE TROUTMAN POLICE DEPARTMENT NARCOTICS UNIT DEVELOPED INFORMATION THAT A SUBJECT IN TOWN WAS HAVING MARIJUANA SHIPPED IN FROM CALIFORNIA. AFTER GATHERING ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND APPLYING FOR A SEARCH WARRANT, THE PACKAGE WAS DELIVERED TO THE SUSPECT’S RESIDENCE. THE SUSPECT SIGNED FOR THE PACKAGE AND RETURNED INTO HIS HOME. […]

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Cornelius crossing guard struck by vehicle

PRESS RELEASE On Thursday, April 23, 2015 at approximately 3:45pm, Cornelius Police responded to 21126 Catawba Avenue in reference to a pedestrian struck by a vehicle. The victim, Robert Jarosz (DOB 05/15/1932), was the Cornelius Elementary School Crossing Guard. Witnesses told Police that Jarosz was standing stationary in the middle of the marked crosswalk wearing […]

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