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State leader stopping in Mooresville for historic tax credit tour

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, N.C. –N.C. Department of Cultural Resources Secretary Susan Kluttz, Mayor Miles Atkins and other local leaders will visit historic buildings in Mooresville on Friday that utilized the recently expired Historic Tax Credits. Stops include 133 N. Main Street and a walking tour down Main Street to visit other historic buildings housing D.E. […]

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Statesville water quality report released

PRESS RELEASE The City of Statesville has released its 2014 Water Quality Report and results show the City’s drinking water meets or exceeds every health standard developed by both the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). Statesville’s Water Quality Report is prepared by the City’s […]

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The Iredell County Sheriff's Office is asking for your help locating Daniel Toliver who is missing.
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Missing man found safe

UPDATE: This individual was found safe in South Carolina, according to Iredell Sheriff Darren Campbell. PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated that Daniel Dale Toliver was reported missing by family to the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office. He was last seen leaving his step daughters residence in Hamptonville N.C. on 05/30/2015. Mr. Toliver was operating a […]

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Highway 115 cut-thru getting lower speed limit

If you use Beverly Drive in Statesville to get from the Museum Road area to Highway one-fifteen, plan on that trip taking a little longer in the near future. According to an e-mail from City Spokeswoman Nancy Davis, Council members approved the first reading of a measure to make the speed limit twenty-five at this […]

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County budget approved, bond debt forces tax rate increase

Iredell Commissioners unanimously approved the County Budget at last night’s meeting – Commissioner Ken Robertson was absent. The property tax rate will increase four and a quarter cents to cover school bond debt approved by voters last fall. Commissioner Steve Johnson said he supported the budget since he has an obligation to pay the county’s […]

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The late Commissioner Mac Herring was remembered at Monday's meeting.
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Mooresville Commissioners remember Mac Herring

Mooresville Commissioners had a budget presentation last night. That’s according to a message from spokeswoman Kim Sellers. Commissioners should already be familiar with the document, however, since they’ve already had two work sessions. The proposed tax rate remains unchanged from the current fiscal year. Commissioners may be familiar with the budget proposal, but they’re probably […]

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Parking ticket vote delayed, Huntersville approves budget

Statesville City Council members delayed a vote last night to write off more than thirty-seven thousand dollars of unpaid parking tickets. According to an e-mail from City Spokeswoman Nancy Davis, Councilman Jap Johnson wants a full report on tickets and the use of a collections agency. The vote to table was split five-three. Council members […]

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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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Statesville hires airport manager

PRESS RELEASE Statesville’s first full-time airport manager is on the job. John Ferguson, 56, has been hired to oversee the operations and marketing of the Statesville Regional Airport. With 33 years of experience in airport management, Ferguson’s goal is to grow the airport into a top contender for industries needing an airport presence. “There is […]

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Troutman honors officers during National Police Week

The Town of Troutman was among those to honor officers during the recent National Police week. Chief Matthew Selves says three officers were recognized at a town meeting – two traffic safety officers and a school resource officer. His thirteen-year-old daughter gave a speech to the group, recognizing officers and expressing appreciation for what they […]

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