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Davidson to consider re-vamping affordable housing requirement

Anyone wanting to develop land for housing in Davidson is currently required to build a certain amount of affordable housing by town standards. Commissioners there will hold a public hearing and consider changing that rule at tonight’s meeting. If approved, developers will have the option of buying there way out of that requirement at cost […]

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N.C. 150 bridge one lane again Tuesday

PRESS RELEASE CHARLOTTE – The eastbound lane of the N.C. 150 Bridge over Lake Norman will be closed today after overnight issues with equipment and storm damage delayed the removal of the lane closure. Crews were continuing work on the bridge preservation project last night when their equipment malfunctioned and a passing storm delayed some […]

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Lukman Hakim
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Cornelius Police looking for missing person

PRESS RELEASE The Cornelius Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing person. On June 11, 2015, Lukman Hakim was reported missing by his roommate in Cornelius. Mr. Hakim was last seen by his roommate on April 26, 2015. Mr. Hakim is from Indonesia, but still believed to be in the Charlotte […]

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Lane closure on N.C. 150 bridge Monday

PRESS RELEASE CHARLOTTE – The eastbound lane of the N.C. 150 bridge over Lake Norman between Catawba and Iredell counties will be closed today. Crews encountered multiple delays during weekend work on the bridge’s deck, necessitating the daytime closure until the work can resume tonight. Crews having been working overnight and during weekends to complete […]

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Tarte to speak on toll lanes

North Carolina Senator Jeff Tarte will address lake area business leaders a week from today about toll lanes planned for I-77 between Mooresville and Charlotte. He’ll be the featured speaker at the Lake Norman Chamber’s monthly focus Friday meeting and plans to discuss what he sees as the alternatives. Tarte recently discussed the topic on […]

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Additional charges filed in case of weekend boating death

The man who NC Wildlife accuses of operating a boat when it hit and killed a seventeen year-old female Saturday is facing additional charges. Captain Randy Cass with the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office says that Keith Cerven was arrested yesterday on charges of involuntary manslaughter and careless and reckless boating. He had previously been charged […]

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In Brief: Mooresville wreck, Family Dollar buys Dollar Tree

Two drivers were sent to the hospital following a head-on Brawley School Road accident late yesterday morning. According to an e-mail from Mooresville Town Spokeswoman Kim Sellers, witnesses reported seeing one vehicle cross the center line ahead of the crash. North Carolina based Family Dollar has been acquired by Dollar Tree. News of the completed […]

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Local election season kicks off with opening of filing period

  The filing period for this fall’s local elections got off to a busy start yesterday with incumbents and new comers throwing their names in the hat. Twelve people entered the races on the first day of the filing period, which runs through July seventeenth. Seats for Statesville City Council wards one, four and six […]

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Left column: Hayleigh Cheyenne Wilson (top), and possible suspect vehicle (bottom).  Right column: Benjamin 'Ben' Shook.
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Missing teen, wanted sex offender located in VA

A missing 14-year-old and a wanted sex offender have been located in Smythe County Virginia, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. Hayleigh Wilson and Ben Shook were located by the U.S. Marshals Service and taken to the Smythe County Sheriff’s Office, located in Marion, Virginia. Wilson and Shook had been spotted in Marion, North […]

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In Brief: WSIC announces football broadcast, job site continues efforts

  WSIC is excited to announce that it will be broadcasting Lake Norman High School Football this year. Broadcasts will start around the end of august – you’ll be able to listen on-air and follow updates online through our social media channels. A group of Lake Norman professionals continue their efforts to help area residents […]

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