Wounded warriors, disabled vets enjoy day of fishing on Lake Norman

Wounded warriors and disabled veterans got a free day of fishing on Lake Norman yesterday. Jim Kiger is one of the organizers for the Operation Old North State “Top Shelf” – Fishin’ Festival and says other than the weather, it was a great day for the nearly seventy individuals who took part. Help from local […]

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Good samaritan comes to aid of assault, robbery victim

PRESS RELEASE Statesville NC: On Monday, April 13, 2015 at around 10:00 P.M., Statesville Police Officers responded to Park Drive area in reference to a report of common law robbery. According to the victim, he stated he had been riding his child’s Razor scooter from the ice cream stand on Newton Drive back towards his […]

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Town of Davidson continues catalyst project

Davidson Commissioners received an update on the catalyst project this week. That seeks to connect the historic Main Street and South Main Street areas through development of public land surrounding town hall. Spokesperson Christina Shaul says a subcommittee shared citizen input with the architect this week. The architect is expected to have some possibilities worked-up […]

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Statesville Convention & Visitor’s Bureau to review grant applications

  Board members for the Statesville Convention and Visitors Bureau will meet Tuesday and review grant applications. The group got rid of its Executive Director last year, planning to spend the money on organizations that attract visitors. Friends of Fort Dobbs, National Balloon Rally Charities, and Statesville Recreation and Parks Department are the first to […]

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Mooresville’s Lazy 5 cited, owner responds

Mooresville’s Lazy Five Ranch was cited last month by the USDA for allegedly having animals lacking proper veterinary care. Owner Henry Hampton spoke with WSIC, responding specifically to a claim that one of the animals appeared to be limping and possibly had a wound. He says the animal had a stone caught in its hoof […]

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Government: iPad program expansion, capital improvement plan approved

Mooresville schools to expand iPad program The Mooresville Graded School District met this week approving an expansion to the district’s iPad program. According to an e-mail from district spokesperson Tanae McLean, a grant will pay for the additional iPads. That means all kindergartners and first grade students will have one to use – right now, […]

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Arrest made following two-month drug investigation

PRESS RELEASE The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office, Narcotics Investigations Unit, concluded a two month surveillance and undercover operation into the sell and distribution of prescription medications in the Harmony and North Iredell area Wednesday evening, with the search and arrest of Jonathan Edward Safley of 134 Valley Springs Drive in Olin. A search warrant was […]

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Cornelius PD: Stabbing suspect moved from hospital to jail

PRESS RELEASE On Tuesday, April 14, 2015, Joshua Thomas Sloop, suspect in the April 12 Stabbing Incident in Cornelius was released from Carolinas Medical Center and transported to the Mecklenburg County Jail. Sloop is currently being held on a $217,500 bond for the following charges: (2) Felony Counts of 1st Degree Burglary – $100,000 Felony […]

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SPD makes arrest in attempted armed robbery case

PRESS RELEASE UPDATE: During the course of this investigation, leads were discovered and followed up on by the Statesville Police Department’s Criminal Investigative Division, and a suspect was developed. After interviews were completed it was discovered that Michelle Green Brooks, 42 of Statesville, N.C. was the perpetrator in the video of the attempted Armed Robbery. […]

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Move helping Mooresville Convention & Visitors Bureau

FROM PRESS RELEASE Mooresville, NC – A more accessible locale for the Mooresville Convention & Visitors Bureau (MCVB) combined with new directional signage and an improved billboard is making a big impact on I-77 travelers. The MCVB operated Visitor Center, which relocated to LangTree Lake Norman in May 2014, is reporting record numbers of visitors […]

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