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Downtown Statesville Development Corporation holds annual meeting

FROM PRESS RELEASE Statesville, NC – Downtown Statesville Development Corporation (DSDC) held its Annual Meeting on June 27 at the Iredell Arts Council/The Old Jail located at 203 S. Meeting Street in Downtown Statesville. The following officers were approved for 2017-2018: Tip Nicholson of Statesville ABC Board as Chairman; Alex Walker of Walker Robinson Clark […]

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Statesville Councilmen’s DC trip focuses on economic development

Statesville City Councilmen William Morgan and Michael Johnson are back from Washington where the two met officials hoping to learn how to get more dollars locally. Morgan says the money is becoming harder to get. (AUDIO: Please listen to the report above to hear this quote). Morgan says discussions were heavily-focused on economic development, sharing […]

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Saturday's Troutman Independence Parade was the 11th annual and honored past and current women in the military as grand marshals.

Join us for the Iredell County Independence Celebration Parade Saturday at 11 am!

WSIC’s Pat Shannon and KC Cooper will broadcast LIVE from the 2017 Iredell County Independence Celebration Parade in Troutman starting at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 1, 2017.  The broadcast is brought to you by: Ain’t Miss Bead Haven Ayers Automotive Carolina Crossroads Dentistry Carolina Landmark Realty (Jones Family) & Agent Joe Nicks Cavin-Cook Funeral Home […]

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Statesville announces July 4th schedule changes

PRESS RELEASE City offices will be closed Tuesday, July 4th in observance of the Independence Day Holiday. There will be no garbage pick-up on Tuesday. The revised pick-up schedule for residential routes is: Monday’s route will run on a regular schedule. Tuesday and Wednesday routes will be collected Wednesday. Thursday and Friday routes will operate […]

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Davidson plans July 4th activities

PRESS RELEASE DAVIDSON, NC — Citizens are invited to celebrate our nation’s independence with a homespun, small-town parade and a concert on the green on Tuesday, July 4. The parade will include a color guard, fire engine, and lots of patriotic residents. Parade marchers are asked to line up at McEver Field on South Street […]

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With $25,000 donation, three South Iredell soccer fields getting an upgrade

PRESS RELEASE Statesville, NC – Iredell County Parks and Recreation Department gratefully accepts $24,700 donation from South Iredell Soccer Association for the purpose of major soccer field restoration at Stumpy Creek Park. South Iredell Soccer Association (SISA), founded in 1980, and now a registered 501 c (3), provides recreation soccer programs for an average of […]

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Mooresville PD plans identity theft forum, drug-take back event

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Mooresville Police Department’s Investigations Division is inviting the public to attend two events at the South Iredell Senior Center, inside The Charles Mack Citizen Center, during the month of July. On Friday, July 7, at 10 a.m., Mooresville detectives will be hosting an educational forum on identity theft, credit card […]

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Little-known rule allows city property owners pick trash provider, deadline looming

Statesville property owners have until the end of June to opt-out of City trash collection for the next twelve months. According to an e-mail from spokeswoman Nancy Davis, the $120 fee for residential customers is placed on the annual tax bill. Commercial rates are based on collections and the number of toters. State law (CLICK […]

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Despite outcry, public and council silent on Camping World flag controversy

Despite public outcry over Statesville rules preventing a large US flag at Camping World, no one spoke about the matter at last night’s City Council meeting. CEO Marcus Lemonis Tweeted about the issue, even raising the idea of moving the store.  Mayor Costi Kutteh says that since a request before the Board of Adjustment in […]

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Statesville Council writes-off parking tickets, West addresses Phifer interaction

Statesville City Council members wrote-off nearly $20,000 in parking tickets and fees at their meeting last night. Mayor Costi Kutteh told the group during the pre-agenda meeting that this represents under ten percent of tickets owed to the city. Calling an interaction with Councilman Jarrod Phifer an embarrassment, Councilman Roy West made this offer at […]

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