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Sheriff’s Office: Man going 110 MPH arrested for violation of domestic violence protection order

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated on Friday evening at 1130pm, Lt C. L. Stone and Sgt B. L. Johnson of the Aggressive Criminal Enforcement team noticed a silver car speeding north bound on I-77 from the 42 mile marker. A traffic stop was conducted and a radar lock on the vehicle confirmed that the […]

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Economic developers meet with lawmakers concerning grant program

Economic Developers from around the state met with legislators in Raleigh earlier this month to talk about an incentive program set to expire at the end of twenty fifteen. Statesville Regional Development Executive Director Mike Smith was there and is confident about the awareness gained for the Job Development Investment Grant program. North Carolina recently […]

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Sheriff’s Office: Wanted suspect sexually abused girl, took illicit photos

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated, On April 24 2015 a report was filed with the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office by the Department of Social Services in reference to the sexual assault of a young child by a male family member. The case was sent to the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Special Victims Unit and […]

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Two South Iredell HS students charged in bomb scare investigation

South Iredell High School was evacuated Tuesday morning following a bomb scare in the cafeteria building. Troutman Police Chief Matthew Selves tells WSIC that two small alarm clocks were found inside an un-used locker.  He says the person responsible for doing so did it following a call to action posted on social media. Students Shannon […]

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Richard Petty Motorsports presents Mooresville with an Award of Excellence
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Richard Petty Motorsports recognizes Mooresville

Richard Petty Motorsports presented Mooresville Mayor Miles Atkins and Town Commissioners with an award of Excellence recently. According to the town, that was in recognition of Mooresville being named a best city to live in North Carolina for twenty-fourteen and for the win in this year’s Hometown Showdown photo contest. The same day, Mayor Atkins […]

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Anti-toll lane protest planned in Raleigh

Those against toll lanes planned for I-77 between Mooresville and Charlotte plan to take their concerns to Raleigh this afternoon. Citizens will gather at the North Carolina General Assembly building to hand out fliers asking legislators to defund the toll-lane project. Later, that same group is expected to protest outside the Governor’s mansion. The NCDOT […]

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WSIC’s Rockie Lynne performing on White House Lawn

Some of the folks marking Memorial Day weekend in Washington, DC will have a chance to hear from our own Rockie Lynne. The Iredell County native and Nashville recording artists will play more than five concerts starting with Walter Reid Army hospital this morning and finishing with a concert on the White House Lawn Monday […]

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Funeral to be held Saturday for Mac Herring

Funeral details have been announced for Mooresville Commissioner Mac Herring who died unexpectedly at the age of fifty-two this week. Mooresville’s First Presbyterian Church will hold the funeral at eleven o’clock tomorrow. The family will receive friends between six and eight this evening at Cavin-Cook Funeral home. Let everyone know about this

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No July 4th fireworks at Signal Hill Mall

There will be no fourth of July fireworks at the Signal Hill Mall in Statesville this year. Bob Collier, whose family owns the mall, says they don’t have enough tenants to cover that part of the cost. This comes as the family is engaged in a process with the hope of eventually re-vamping the Signal […]

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Langtree could get up to $14.5M tax break

Iredell County Commissioners gave their go-ahead to an economic development incentive for the Langtree Development this week. Langtree is poised to get up to a fourteen point five million dollar tax break between the town of Mooresville and Iredell County. Mooresville South Iredell Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Robert Carney told Commissioners the site is […]

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