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ICATS suspending Mooresville Main route at 4 p.m.

The Town of Mooresville has issued two weather-related updates in anticipation of severe weather Monday afternoon. In anticipation of difficult weather and road conditions, ICATS is suspending the Mooresville Main bus route at 4 p.m. The overnight weather forecast will determine if the route runs on schedule Tuesday. Norfolk-Southern and NGK announced Monday morning that […]

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The bread section was hit hard by shoppers at Statesville's Save-A-Lot store, apparently getting ready for the possibility of winter weather.

Local residents prepare for winter weather

Schools have sent students home early and people are buying heaters, de-icer and groceries. (I’ll tell you what, people are getting out, getting it done before that weather gets nasty). Kirk Lawton – He’s the owner of Statesville’s Save-A-Lot grocery store where Candace Shufford was stocking-up for her family. (…coming to the milk, I’m looking for […]

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Iredell-Statesville Schools closing early

Iredell-Statesville Schools has announced that it will close early Monday due to concern about inclement weather weather. Elementary schools will release at 12-noon. Middle and high schools will release at 1 p.m. Prime Time care and athletic events have been canceled. Let everyone know about this

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Mooresville Police arrest break-in suspect

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, N.C. –Mooresville Police Department has arrested Ryan Alexander Bajek, 26, of Mooresville, and charged him with Breaking & Entering of a Building and Resist, Delay and Obstruct of an Officer in conjunction with a break in that occurred on Silverspring Place on February 11. Bajek was taken to the Iredell County Jail […]

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Raccoon found in Mooresville tests positive for rabies

PRESS RELEASE Tuesday evening Iredell County Animal Services removed a raccoon from Lee Street Park in Mooresville, NC. Rabies testing results on the raccoon were confirmed to be positive. Any person who had contact with this animal should contact the Iredell County Health Department by calling 704-878-5300 for an exposure risk assessment. Rabies is a […]

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Justine Thompson
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Woman accused of selling ecstasy derivative

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated that after the completion of a month long investigation Detectives assigned to the Narcotics Unit took Justine Marie Thompson into custody. The investigation started when Detectives were notified that Justine Thompson was selling the designer drug Molly, which is a derivative of MDMA Ecstasy, in the Mooresville area. During […]

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Mooresville Graded School District to purchase land for parking

The Mooresville Graded School District will move forward with more than seven-hundred fifty thousand dollars in contracts to purchase land for parking at Mooresville Middle School.   According to e-mail communication from spokeswoman Tanae McLean, the school board gave its approval at this week’s meeting.  The land purchase and construction will be paid for with […]

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Jeffery Allen Gillespie is walked from the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office to the jail after his arrest in Charlotte.

No bond for man accused in Troutman murder

No bond for the man accused by the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office of murdering his estranged wife’s boyfriend in Troutman last month. According to a communication from Iredell Clerk of Court Jim Mixson, the request for Jeffery Gillespie to receive a bond was denied yesterday. His case was continued to this Tuesday. Read more about […]

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Home sales up in January for Iredell

Closed home sales rose nearly six percent in Iredell County last month when compared with the same month one year before. Data from the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association puts the county’s median sales price for a home at about one-eighty-three-five, up two percent. Closed sales fell nearly thirteen percent in Davidson – the median price […]

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Mooresville & Troutman police bust marijuana grow operation

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Narcotics Investigators from Mooresville Police Department and Troutman Police Department executed a search warrant on February 5, 2015 at 1010 Mount Ulla Highway, Mooresville. The search warrant was obtained as a result of tips received by Troutman Police investigators. Upon serving the search warrant, investigators discovered an elaborate marijuana growing […]

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