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Domestic violence symposium planned in Mooresville

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Mooresville Police Department, in conjunction with the NC Department of Public Safety/Governor’s Crime Commission and Diakonos, Inc., will host the 2017 Iredell Symposium on Domestic Violence at The Charles Mack Citizen Center, October 4-5 from 8:30 am – 4 p.m. This event is open to the public and free of […]

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Water Street parking lot to permanently close

PRESS RELEASE The Water Street Parking Lot at the existing Jail and existing Courthouse and street parking on Constitution Ave. will be permanently closed on September 30, 2017 to make way for the Jail Expansion Project construction work. Barricades will be in place at the entrances to the Water Street Parking lot.  All parking spaces […]

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Early voting underway, strongest turnout in Statesville

More than 170 Statesville residents had voted early as of Friday morning ahead of the October 10th election. That’s according to Iredell Board of Elections Director Becky Galliher who says five Mooresville residents had voted early. Absentee by mail ballots have also been requested. The current early voting period runs through Saturday, October 7th. Those […]

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“French bistro meets Charleston” – New restaurant opens at Mooresville golf course

On The Nines – that’s the name of the new restaurant now open inside the clubhouse at Mooresville’s Municipal Golf Course.  If you’re thinking club sandwiches and chips, think again.  (AUDIO: Please listen to the report above to hear this quote).  Owner Chris Boukedes who hopes the upscale bistro themed restaurant will bring joy through […]

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Statesville Council approves Larkin re-zoning

PRESS RELEASE Another step towards the development of the Larkin Regional Commerce Park took place at Monday night’s City Council meeting with the approval of the rezoning of the 1,009-acre development from Planned Unit Development (PUD) to HI (Highway Business) and HI (Heavy Industrial). Only one property owner near the development addressed concerns about the […]

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Demolition re-starts at old Davis Hospital site

FROM PRESS RELEASE Statesville, NC – Mitchell Community College announced demolition has begun on the former Davis Hospital structure as of Tuesday, September 19. The site was inspected by the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services Health Hazard Control Unit on August 30, September 13, and September 18, 2017. The Health Hazards Control Unit […]

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Company reviewing I-77 tolls contract releases final report

PRESS RELEASE RALEIGH – The North Carolina Turnpike Authority has released Mercator Advisors’ final report as part of the review of the I-77 Express Lanes contract. Rather than asking the public to re-read the entire report to find changes and additions, the report is presented as an addendum to the initial report. The Turnpike Authority […]

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City of Statesville sends electric crew for Irma recovery

PRESS RELEASE Statesville City Electric Utilities has dispatched an eight-man crew to Georgia Wednesday to help restore power in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. Trey Norton, Jamie Bishop, Latney Lowtharpe, Garrett Tomlin, Jeremiah Christopher and James Bowers are taking two City bucket trucks, two pickups, a trailer, line truck and tree truck, along with two […]

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Haynes resigns from I-SS Board

A seat on the Iredell-Statesville Schools Board of Education left vacant by the resignation of Cindy Haynes this week will be filled by the selection of other board members.  This according to an e-mail from Iredell Board of Elections Director Becky Galliher which says state law mandates that since the office is non-partisan. Haynes cited […]

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Iredell County urges residents to remain weather aware

PRESS RELEASE As of the 8:00 am Monday, September 11 outlook, Irma has been downgraded to a tropical storm, but the potential still exists for impacts within Iredell County. Tropical storm force winds currently reach as much as 200 miles from the storm’s center, which could reach into Iredell County. These winds, when combined with […]

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