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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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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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Davidson Commissioners to consider capital improvement plan

Town of Davidson Commissioners have a meeting tonight and will vote on approval of a capital improvement plan. Commissioners will also get an update on the catalyst project.  That seeks to connect the historic Main Street and South Main Street areas.  The town plans to use public land to provide space for additional development. Let […]

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Cornelius Police arrest suspect in weekend home invasion

PRESS RELEASE On Sunday April 12, 2015 at approximately 0430 hours, the Cornelius Police Department responded to 20620 Willow Pond Lane in Cornelius in reference to a domestic assault. Responding officers arrived and found the suspect, Joshua Thomas Sloop, had forcibly entered the victim’s residence. Once inside, the suspect used a knife to assault the […]

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Cornelius PD makes arrest following vehicle chase

PRESS RELEASE On Thursday, April 9, 2015 at approximately 6:46 pm, Officers with the Cornelius Police Department were involved in a vehicle pursuit with a stolen vehicle from Charlotte, NC. A Cornelius Police Officer located the stolen vehicle near Meridian Street and Catawba Avenue and attempted to initiate a traffic stop. The driver failed to […]

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Deadline extended for toll-lane project financial close

PRESS RELEASE CHARLOTTE – The N.C. Department of Transportation and I-77 Mobility Partners continue to work closely with all the parties involved in the financial close process for the I-77 Express Lanes Project. The financial close deadline contemplated in the Concession Agreement has been moved to May 17. NCDOT and I-77 Mobility Partners jointly extended […]

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Mecklenburg County Manager Dena Diorio presented the agreement to Commissioners at this week's meeting.

Cornelius PD likely to handle lake patrol for Mecklenburg

If approved by the Charlotte City Council Monday, the Town of Cornelius will become responsible for patrolling Mecklenburg County’s share of Lake Norman. (AUDIO: The Town of Cornelius will provide routine patrols on the lake three hundred and sixty-five days a year, twenty-four hours a day.  A dedicated lake patrol unit will be created.). That’s the […]

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Sheriff’s Office: Easter gathering argument led to shooting

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated: On April 6, 2015 at approximately 6:40pm the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office was called to 460 Pine State Rd. in reference to a shooting. Upon arrival Deputies learned that Matthew Sells had been shot by his brother Marcus Sells. Marcus had fled the scene and Matthew had been taken […]

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Morning Show "Boss Man" Jamie West passes away

Morning Show “Boss Man” Jamie West passes away

He was known as the Morning Show’s “Boss Man” – Jamie West has died.  Harold Johnson: Good Morning, WSIC! Hi there! Positive radio Boss! Jamie West: Hey gentleman, hope you had a good weekend. Harold Johnson: It was decent boss, how about your weekend? Jamie West: Oh, it was good That clip from earlier this […]

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