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Huntersville Commissioners adopt resolution concerning Red Line

Huntersville Commissioners met last night, unanimously approving a resolution asking the Metropolitan Transit Commission to not devote money right now to the study of a red line. The red line, of course, has been discussed for years as a north-south commuter train between Charlotte and Iredell County. (AUDIO: Please listen to the report above to […]

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WSIC joining with local chambers for political leadership institute

PRESS RELEASE The Lake Norman and Statesville Chambers of Commerce will be hosting a candidates training program for individuals interested in future elected office. The Institute of Political Leadership of Lake Norman and Iredell County is an introduction to campaigning for local, county, and state office. The three day session will be held on three […]

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The WSIC Community Yard Sale is Saturday, April 8th!

Visit WSIC at 1117 Radio Road in Statesville during normal business hours (9 am to 5 pm) to get your free space to sell courtesy of the Black Automotive Group.  Still have questions?  Email brian@wsicweb.com or call 704-872-6345.

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Retiring Cornelius Police Officer honored, new K9 welcomed

PRESS RELEASES On March 1, 2017, Corporal W.L. “Lee” Cook retired from the Cornelius Police Department after over twelve years with the Town of Cornelius and almost twenty years in law enforcement. During the Cornelius Board of Commissioners Meeting on Monday, March 6, Corporal Cook was recognized for his years of service by Chief Hoyle […]

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College students spending spring break with Habitat for Humanity

FROM PRESS RELEASE STATESVILLE, N.C. (March 6, 2017)— A dozen students from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences are forgoing a week at the beach and instead spending their spring break building an affordable Habitat for Humanity home in Statesville, as part of Habitat’s Collegiate Challenge program. Students will be working on a house […]

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Accidents snarl Charlotte area traffic

It seems to have been a morning full of accidents for commuters trying to get to Charlotte. At the lake, an accident near Catawba Avenue snarling traffic – that happened on the southbound side with the impact stretching back to Mooresville. In Davidson, a pick-up and a dump truck colliding on Kerns Road. The driver of the […]

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LKN Chamber e-mail outlines local business discussions concerning HB2

Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce President Bill Russell issued the following e-mail to members Thursday concerning local business discussions and reactions to HB2: “Lake Norman Chamber Member: “On Monday, at the regularly scheduled meeting of the Lake Norman Chamber Board of Directors, our leadership discussed the controversial issue House Bill 2 (HB2). Regardless of partisanship, […]

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Four arrested following undercover drug investigation

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Mooresville Police Department, with assistance from the Cornelius Police Department, arrested four individuals following a six-month undercover investigation into the sale of crack cocaine in the Downtown Mooresville area. Leroy White, Jr., 44, of Mooresville was arrested on 37 drug charges including conspiracy to sell or deliver cocaine, selling cocaine, […]

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Cornelius Police Department warns of phone scams targeting seniors

PRESS RELEASE The Cornelius Police Department has recently received numerous reports of phone scams targeting senior citizens in the area. This is a common issue across the country with victims losing millions of dollars to fraudulent international lottery scams. Victims of the scam received a phone call stating that they had won money in a […]

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Our Towns Habitat names new Director of Development

FROM PRESS RELEASE CORNELIUS, N.C. (Feb. 21, 2017) – Our Towns Habitat for Humanity is welcoming Patrice Reynolds to its leadership team as the new Director of Development. Reynolds brings 30 years of nonprofit experience to the affiliate, working with both international agencies and small, local organizations. Her breadth of experience includes fundraising, board development, […]

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