Mooresville man to lead Davidson Fire Department

PRESS RELEASE The Town of Davidson is pleased to announce that Reuben (Bo) Fitzgerald will serve the Davidson Fire Department (DFD) as Fire Chief. He replaces outgoing chief Darin McIntosh. Bo has a bachelor’s degree in history from Davidson College and a master’s degree in public administration from University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He […]

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Two dead in crash that happened just after Cornelius chase ended

PRESS RELEASES UPDATE: The victims involved in the Cornelius fatal traffic crash on Sunday, August 2 have been identified. The driver was Andrew Mark Krolikowski, W/M D.O.B. 05/24/1991, of Huntersville and passenger Jason Ray Monroe, W/M D.O.B. 02/03/1991, of Charlotte. ORIGINAL RELEASE: On Sunday, August 2, 2015 at around 01:27 am, a Cornelius Police Officer observed […]

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Hear the 1st Republican Presidential Debate LIVE on WSIC

WSIC’s broadcast of the first Republican Presidential Debate is brought to you by JDS Wealth Management in Mooresville.  Coverage of the debate starts at 9:00.  The debate is expected to last approximately two hours and conclude with one hour of post-event coverage.

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Billiard planning to open in old FunStation facility

A billiard is hopping to open soon in the building previously occupied by FunStation2000 on 115 in Statesville. (AUDIO).“Basically, this is a tournament room which is built for large tournaments to bring people into the city from all over North Carolina, Virginia, South Carolina and actually all the United States. We’ll have professional events here; […]

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Election investigation of 2014 case continues

Investigation into a petition by James Hatfield to run for Iredell County Commissioner last year remains in the hands of the state. That’s according to Iredell Board of Elections Director Becky Galliher. Officials became suspicious about signatures on that document. This should not be confused with our reports earlier this week about a Mooresville Graded […]

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GPS to blame in tractor trailer crash?

Plenty of people blame the directions when they get lost, but what about for an accident? The driver of a semi in a Lookout Dam Road crash this week may be able to say his GPS was to blame. The driver had made a stop and was trying to get to Asheville. West Iredell Fire […]

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Man accused of tattooing 12-year-olds without license

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated On July 26th, 2015 at 8:29pm Dep. Brad Stroud received a call for service in reference to minors under the age of eighteen receiving Tattoos at 177 Trivette Road in Harmony North Carolina. Throughout Dep. Stroud’s investigation he learned that the Defendant, Trevor Shane Carson gave two separate twelve […]

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In separate cases, suspects accused of sexually crimes against young family members

Woman accused of sexually abusing 7-year-old in 2005 Sheriff Darren Campbell stated: The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office received a report in reference to the sexual abuse of a child by a family member. The victim was seven years old at the time the abuse occurred in 2005. The case was assigned to Det. Sgt. C. […]

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Continuing Coverage: Is John Meadows qualified to run for the MGSD Board?

Mooresville Graded Schools Board of Education candidate John Meadows indicates on his voter registration form that he’s lived at four-thirty-one Wiggins Road in Iredell County for at least thirty days. But, that address didn’t exist as an Iredell address for that long when he signed-up. It was in Rowan County. This part of our continued […]

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Statesville confirms electric rate reduction

PRESS RELEASE Statesville Mayor Costi Kutteh received confirmation that the financing of the NCMPA1 bonds has been finalized which will result in a three percent decrease in electric rates for Statesville Electric Utility residential customers effective August 1, 2015. “City Council anticipated that this action would take place by the end of July,” said Mayor […]

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