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Community Foundation accepting grant applications

PRESS RELEASE July 13, 2015 – The Iredell County Community Foundation is currently accepting applications from eligible organizations (501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, congregations, governmental and educational institutions) for its 2015 Grants Program. Priority will be given to requests for projects and programs that address literacy for children ages 5-10; however, requests that fall outside of this […]

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Fifth Creek Road residence lost to fire

A Fifth Creek Road residence in eastern Iredell County is a total loss following an early morning fire yesterday. Assistant Cool Springs Fire Chief Thomas Gross says it appears something was left on the stove before the only occupant of the residence went to bed. County Line and Rowan-Iredell Fire Departments were called in to […]

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The South Iredell Volunteer Fire Department dedicated the community side of its new facility Sunday, located at the corner of Linwood Road and Brumley Road.
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South Iredell Volunteer Fire Department dedicates facility

South-Iredell Fire Rescue dedicated the community side of its new facility yesterday – located at the corner of Linwood and Brumley Road in Mooresville. (AUDIO)“We will be able to provide better community service with 24 hour coverage on the weekend, and 7 to 5 during the day, during the week.” Fire Chief Brian Weatherman who […]

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Sheriff’s Office: Man had un-prescribed pills in his vehicle

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated that on 7-7-15 Lt. C.L. Stone of the Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team was working the Lookout Dam area due to a recent increase in crime in the area. During this time Stone came into contact with Brandon Sells, 25, of Mooresville. Stone immediately noticed that Sells appeared to be […]

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William Johnson
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Man accused of sexually assaulting child

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated Sgt. Jason Lowrance, with the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Special Victim’s Unit received a report of a young child that had been sexually assaulted on June 25, 2015. The child stated the abuse occurred while she was visiting William Glenn Johnson’s residence located at 474 Tuckers Grove Road, Statesville. […]

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Tarte to speak on toll lanes

North Carolina Senator Jeff Tarte will address lake area business leaders a week from today about toll lanes planned for I-77 between Mooresville and Charlotte. He’ll be the featured speaker at the Lake Norman Chamber’s monthly focus Friday meeting and plans to discuss what he sees as the alternatives. Tarte recently discussed the topic on […]

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Fifth Street assisting with housing for mental health patients

Statesville’s Fifth Street Ministries is partnering with a mental health agency to provide temporary housing and services until more permanent supportive housing can be obtained. Executive Director Patti West says the agency is looking for community support to furnish there three apartments, stock them with household necessities and provide transportation and support to the people […]

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Huntersville's old Torrence-Lytle school
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Mecklenburg Commission undertaking clean-up work at Huntersville property

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission is preparing to spend nearly half a million dollars to improve Huntersville’s old Torrence-Lytle school. HLC Director Dan Morrill says the school was built in nineteen thirty-seven and expanded in the nineteen fifties. Work will include some environmental clean-up and stabilization. The commission hopes to interest Huntersville in buying the […]

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Additional charges filed in case of weekend boating death

The man who NC Wildlife accuses of operating a boat when it hit and killed a seventeen year-old female Saturday is facing additional charges. Captain Randy Cass with the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office says that Keith Cerven was arrested yesterday on charges of involuntary manslaughter and careless and reckless boating. He had previously been charged […]

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Downtown Mooresville
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Mooresville approves sewer and utility upgrades, denies zoning change

Mooresville Commissioners approved more than six-hundred thousand for various sewer and utility upgrades this week, according to an e-mail from town spokeswoman Kim Sellers. Roughly two-hundred thousand will go for utility work in the Mill Village area. Money for the projects is included in this year’s budget. Commissioners turned-down a request to re-zone three Williamson […]

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