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Legacy Ledership Academy names director; student director

  Legacy Leadership Academy, a new private leadership academy coming to the Lake Norman area, has announced its managing and student directors. Legacy has named Ashley Kopp as managing director and Jennifer Elliot as student director and Curriculum Coordinator. The new school is currently accepting applications for students in kindergarten through fifth grade for the […]

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Publix to open Mooresville store

Publix has plans to open a store in Mooresville next year.   The store is set for the southeast corner of Brawley School Road and Williamson Road – it will be nearly fifty thousand square feet.  The grocery chain’s website shows eight stores in North Carolina – that includes one in Cornelius and Huntersville.  Last […]

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Man charged after boy shoots playmate in face

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated that on March 29, 2015 at 2:20pm, Deputy Dave Harding and Sgt. Chris Smith received a call from Lake Norman Regional Medical Center Emergency Department reporting that an 11 year old male had suffered an accidental gunshot wound to the face by his 8 year old friend. Upon arrival, […]

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Mooresville area man facing drug charges

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated that on 3-18-15 members of the Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team (A.C.E. Team) responded to 110 Tigris Ct. Apt. E in Mooresville after receiving information that Antonio E. Carter was selling marijuana to people in the area. While conducting a further investigation into this, deputy’s discovered that Carter had an […]

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Lenny Batycki says fans are most important factor in racing

Lenny Batycki, the communications director for Charlotte Motor Speedway, says the fans of racing are what makes the sport what it is. (Its a people business as much as it is a car business. So many of the fans are able to meet and talk with the drivers.) Batycki, who has worked as team vice […]

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Mooresville Police caution businesses to look for counterfeit bills

The Mooresville Police Department is warning of counterfeit bills that have showed-up recently.  According to police, there have been five reports of people passing these since March twelfth.  Employees are urged to watch for people trying to use counterfeit twenty, fifty and one hundred dollar bills.   According to police, counterfeit detection pens don’t always […]

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Mooresville NJROTC give time and effort back to community

Mooresville High School’s Naval JROTC program has given over thirty-six hundred hours over community service and fifteen hundred hours of school support hours this year. Cadets have helped with organizations like Special Olympics, the Mooresville Soup Kitchen and other organizations.  Students have also helped with school athletic events.  One hundred seventy students are enrolled in […]

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Mooresville Police Department earns national accreditation

The Mooresville Police Department has earned national accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. According to Mooresville PD, the group allows agencies to voluntarily demonstrate they meet certain professional standards.  Goals of the accrediting agency include strengthened crime control and prevention capabilities and the improvement of service delivery.  You can read more […]

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NCDOT increases contribution to toll lane project

The NCDOT plans plans to increase its contribution to the I-77 toll lane project by about six million dollars.   That brings the investment by taxpayers to about ninety-four million.  Private company Cintra is footing most of the bill and then gets to collect toll revenue.  Cintra plans to increase its contribution by about sixteen […]

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Mooresville man accused of selling prescription drugs

FROM PRESS RELEASE The Iredell County Sheriff’s Narcotics Investigations Unit received information about an unknown white male selling prescription drugs and high grade marijuana in the Brawley School Road area of Mooresville. A surveillance operation was set in motion in the area which took weeks to identify the suspect, Griffin C. Murray as the suspect. […]

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