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Home prices rise in Iredell County

  The median price for a home was up nearly sixteen percent in April at two-hundred five thousand, according to the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association. Closed sales rose twenty-six percent. In Davidson, closed sales were up seventeen point one percent. In Mooresville, that number rose more than thirty-one percent.

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Ira Freeze
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Sheriff’s Office: Contractors sold stolen jewelry at pawn shop

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated on May 05, 2015 the victim contacted the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office and filed a report for larceny of stolen jewelry. The victim advised that she had contractors working inside her residence at the time the items were taken. The investigation was assigned to Detective Sergeant Jeremy Younts and […]

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Sheriff’s Office: Suspect assaulted girlfriend for not having sex

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated on Friday May 15th at 3:00 pm. Deputy S. D. Savage and Deputy D. E. Landis of the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a domestic violence at 172 Williamsburg Road in Harmony. Before arriving at the house they were told that the suspect had left […]

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Sex offenders accused of not registering new addresses

PRESS RELEASES Sheriff Darren Campbell stated on 04/09/2015 Deputy Price of the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Special Victims Unit attempted to verify a valid address on Mr. Hunter Gaither, a registered sex offender. Deputy Price has been unable to locate Mr. Gaither at this address since December of 2014 and could not verify Mr. Gaither […]

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Despite concerns, NCDOT says toll lanes moving forward

Following concerns from local governing bodies, the NCDOT yesterday issued a letter concerning the I-77 toll lanes. The letter was addressed to Huntersville Mayor Jill Swain and says an amendment to the long range transportation plan adopted in 2013 included a future widening of I-77. Rather than have bidders for the toll lane project amend […]

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Businesses exhibit products and services at annual expo

Local businesses showed-off their products and services at the annual Statesville Chamber of Commerce Business Expo, held Thursday at the Civic Center. WSIC asked exhibitors how they turn passers-by into customers. (AUDIO). “Give-aways for oil changes and other things and we get their information so we can put them in our database and maybe call them […]

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Sheriff’s Office finds moonshine & marijuana operation

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated that on May 12th, 2012 members of the Iredell County Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team received info about a person possibly selling homemade liquor and Marijuana. The ACE team is a unit designated by Sheriff to respond to and investigate crimes impacting local communities. The ACE team acting on the […]

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FALLEN POLICE OFFICERS ARE REMEMBERED

Two Mooresville Police Officers are among those who made the four-hundred mile trek from Charlotte to Washington, DC for the annual memorial of fallen officers. (AUDIO).“The fundraiser based out of CMPD for officers , family for officers that have been killed in the line of duty, and also needed families of Police Officers.” Officer Tim […]

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Special Olympics athletes compete at Statesville High School

Special Olympics athletes from all over Iredell County are at Statesville High School today for the annual Spring Games. Sharon Turner is a teacher at South Iredell High School and says the long jump, ball throw, and wheel chair race are among the events athletes will compete in. (AUDIO).“They need this opportunity to show that […]

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I-SS upgrading HVAC controls with Energy United loan

The Iredell-Statesville Schools Board of Education approved borrowing nearly four-hundred thousand from Energy United for upgrading HVAC controls this week. Assistant Superintendent Doctor Kenny Miller says the loan will mean upgrades for NB Mills, West Iredell Middle and Troutman Elementary, allowing the heating and ac units to be controlled via computer. Iredell-Statesville has done similar […]

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