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Local government: Parking tickets in Statesville, budget in Cornelius

Council to consider old parking tickets Mooresville Commissioners and Statesville City Council members both have meetings set for tonight. In Statesville, Council members will consider writing-off more than thirty-seven thousand dollars in un-paid parking tickets. According to the agenda, tickets that would be written off are more than seven years old. Public hearing set for […]

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Firefighters and community members gathered Sunday afternoon to present Betty Patterson with the keys to her new house.
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Huntersville woman has new house thanks to community efforts

About three years of community effort paid off in Huntersville yesterday. Bill Suthard from Huntersville Fire Department presented Betty Patterson with the keys to her new house. He says lost her home to a fire in two-thousand twelve after first loosing her homeowners insurance. A pastor who was driving by at the time of the […]

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Legislators look to defund toll lanes

The anti toll lane sentiment continued yesterday afternoon with a summit in Cornelius. Legislators talked about a bill to try and defund the toll lanes. WSIC Local Biz Now co-host Joe Vagnone feels that would be a long shot because of the penalties for breaking the contract. (AUDIO). “That any body who would want to […]

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Emergency officials complete Davidson College drill

PRESS RELEASE Davidson, NC – On Thursday, May 28, 2015, Davidson Fire Department partnered with Davidson College to conduct an emergency drill on campus. This drill included the participation of other local emergency services agencies in the area. The exercise provided a unique opportunity for all of the participating agencies to work together with Davidson […]

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Mitchell releases Spring Dean’s list

FROM PRESS RELEASE Statesville, NC – Mitchell Community College congratulates the following students who made the full-time and part-time Dean’s List for the spring semester 2015. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, a student must earn a quality point average of 3.5 or higher with no grade below a “C.” Full-time Students – (Advance) […]

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Anti-toll lane movement takes message to Raleigh

Lake area residents asked state lawmakers to defund the I-77 toll-lane project this week. Those against the project spent a day in Raleigh meeting with legislators and protesting at the Governor’s Mansion. (AUDIO).“I think we made it loud and clear that we are oppose to the toll lanes and that we have not been listened […]

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Loan process complete, toll lanes moving forward

Financial close has been achieved for the I-77 toll lane project. That announcement came from the NCDOT yesterday afternoon. This means the loan requirements for the project to move forward have been completed. The NCDOT announced the same thing Monday, but that was only the title of their announcement. The rest of what we received […]

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One shot in Mooresville home invasion

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Just after 3 a.m. this morning, officers with the Mooresville Police Department responded to 545 Pitts Street in reference to a reported armed robbery. On scene, officers located two victims inside the residence with signs they had been assaulted. According to reports, two suspects entered the residence through a secured […]

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Mooresville Commissioners concerned about I-77 toll lanes

Mooresville Commissioners joined a growing list of people concerned about toll lanes planned for I-77 at their meeting last night. According to an e-mail from Town Spokeswoman Kim Sellers, the board approved a resolution on the topic in a five-one vote. The resolution expresses concern about an amendment to the toll lane agreement, and the […]

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Home prices rise in Iredell County

  The median price for a home was up nearly sixteen percent in April at two-hundred five thousand, according to the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association. Closed sales rose twenty-six percent. In Davidson, closed sales were up seventeen point one percent. In Mooresville, that number rose more than thirty-one percent.

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