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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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ISS Board approves lease agreement; will help fund greenway

The Iredell-Statesville Schools Board of Education approved a lease agreement this week to place solar panels on the roof of the Career Academy and Technical School in Troutman.  Assistant Superintendent Doctor Kenny Miller says the agreement is contingent on some analysis of the structure. If everything looks good, the school will get a new roof […]

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Former campaign manager’s DWI case continued

The driving while impaired case of a former Iredell campaign manager has been continued to April, according to a Carteret County Courthouse staffer.   Sarah Harvey is accused by the Emerald Isle Police Department of getting into an accident while intoxicated last May.  She recently resigned her position with the Democrat Party State Executive Committee. […]

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Chase ends in Statesville wreck

A West Iredell man is accused of leading a Sheriff’s Deputy on a chase while intoxicated Tuesday morning. The chase ended with a wreck at the Highway 115 exit off I-40 in Statesville. Major Marty Byers with the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office says Carl Anthony Cathey has been charged with driving while impaired, two stop […]

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Heart Ball brings in 175K for American Heart Association

The fortieth annual Iredell Heart Ball was held this weekend in Statesville.  Co-chair Mae Jackson says conservatively, it netted one-hundred seventy-five thousand dollars for the American Heart Association.  (We have such a community of people who want to be a part of doing all these things… and that sets us apart).   More than four-hundred […]

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Local Radioshacks among stores being closed by corporation

The Crossroads Drive Radio Shack in Statesville, the RadioShack in Huntersville and the Concord Mills RadioShack in Concord are among those slated to shut their doors.   The company announced it was filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last week.  This comes as an affiliate of Standard General works to acquire a group of company-owend […]

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Suspect accused of indecent exposure at Statesville park

PRESS RELEASE Statesville NC: On Thursday afternoon, February 5, 2015 at about 3:30 PM, Statesville Police officers responded to a call of a male exposing himself to a female and her small child at Lakewood Park. The witness gave a description of the suspect who was at that time walking in the park and exposing […]

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Rally at city hall hopes to restore historic tax credits

A group wanting the historic tax credit restored in North Carolina gathered for a rally at Statesville City hall yesterday.  According to an e-mail from City Spokeswoman Nancy Davis, the group of about forty people represented developers, property owners and others.   Let everyone know about this

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Statesville Regional Development will bring investment, jobs for 2015

Statesville Regional Development will continue to expand their goal of facilitating businesses that bring jobs into Iredell County. The development group says the need for large complexes with high ceilings and easy public access maintain to be the most sought after locations for new businesses. Mike Smith, with the development group says programs are in […]

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Judge sentences members of mortgage fraud conspiracy

PRESS RELEASE STATESVILLE, N.C. – On Wednesday, February 4, 2015, U.S. District Judge Richard L. Voorhees sentenced four defendants involved in a consumer and mortgage fraud conspiracy which resulted in multi-million dollar losses for consumers and federal agencies, announced Anne M. Tompkins, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina. Today’s sentences are the […]

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