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Cars on display at the first annual Trump Concours d'Elegance in Mooresville.
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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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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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Iredell closed home sales up in March

Closed home sales jumped nearly forty percent in Iredell County during the month of March when compared with the same month one year before. That’s according to market data released by the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association. The median sales price was up about nineteen percent at about one-hundred ninety-five thousand. In Davidson, closed sales and […]

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Iredell Commissioners concerned about possible change in sales tax distribution

Concerns about proposed state legislation were raised at this week’s County Commissioners meeting. A bill currently in the Senate seeks to re-distribute sales tax revenues to less wealthy counties by changing distribution to a per-capita basis. (AUDIO: “Every time government becomes more concerned with being fair than effective, its going to cost you a lot […]

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The Operation Old North State "Top Shelf" - Fishin' Festival gave wounded warriors and veterans a free day of fishing on Lake Norman Thursday.
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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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The Town of Davidson is working on a catalyst project with plans to develop public land around town hall.
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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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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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Joshua Sloop
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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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The Mooresville Convention and Visitors Bureau credits increased out-of-town foot traffic to additional signage and a new office location.
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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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