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Jones named acting Iredell County Manager

FROM PRESS RELEASE After coming out of closed session on December 12, 2017 Commissioner Gene Houpe made the following motion. “Effective January 6th, 2018 we appoint Deputy County Manager Beth Jones to the acting County Manager position with all relevant authority and responsibilities with an increase of 9% in salary due to the increased duties.” […]

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Iredell Commissioners prepare for manager search

FROM PRESS RELEASE Centralina Council of Governments (CCOG) has selected Iredell County Manager Ron Smith as its Executive Director beginning in mid-January. Smith replaces Jim Prosser who is retiring after seven years of service as CCOG’s Executive Director. Smith will be resigning effective January 5th. The Iredell County Board of Commissioners will develop a transition […]

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Mooresville woman found dead at shopping center

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, NC: At 8:57 a.m., Mooresville Police received a call for an unconscious subject in a vehicle at Brawley Commons Shopping Center, 655-100 Brawley School Road. Alexandria Leigh McNeely, 23, of Mooresville was pronounced dead at the scene. McNeely was transported to NC Baptist Medical Center in Winston Salem where an autopsy will […]

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Police look to ID two in Huntersville B&E investigations

PRESS RELEASE On November 27, 2017, the Huntersville Police Department arrested Douglas Mobley, 16, and Lamariay Witherspoon, 16, for their involvement in the Commercial Breaking and Enterings and Felony Larcenies listed below: Douglas Mobley was charged with Breaking and Entering (6 counts), Conspiracy to Commit B&E (6 counts), Larceny After B&E (4 counts), Possession of […]

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Annual Stocks for Tots fundraiser to feature Ryan Newman, Kurt Busch

PRESS RELEASE Mooresville, N.C. (November 28, 2017) The 29th annual Stocks For Tots holiday event and fundraiser will be held Tuesday, Dec. 5 at the NASCAR Technical Institute in Mooresville, N.C. The event which started in 1989 has raised more than $1 million and collected more than 60,000 toys to aid raising awareness for child […]

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Carolina BalloonFest announces $115,000 in charitable donations

PRESS RELEASE National Balloon Rally Charities (NBRC), DBA Carolina BalloonFest, is pleased to announce the sum of monies to be given away this year at the annual celebration of the Carolina BalloonFest. This year, the Carolina BalloonFest hosted an estimated crowd of 40,000 attendees. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, it is an annual tradition for NBRC […]

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Ty Arsenault talks with WSIC's Harold Johnson about his new comic book, The Adventures of General Chill

Statesville boy’s comic book raising money for charity, has been seen by President Trump

A young Statesville resident was able to share his new comic book with President Trump recently.  Ty Arsenault is the son of Gavin and Lorna Arsenault who work for the President’s family, operating Trump National Charlotte in Mooresville.  A student at Statesville Christian, Ty has created his first comic book titled “The Adventures of General […]

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Huntersville PD investigating string of Monday morning business break-ins

PRESS RELEASE The Huntersville Police Department is investigating six commercial Breaking & Entering and Felony Larceny cases which occurred during the early morning hours on November 27, 2017 in Huntersville, NC. During an investigation that followed, Huntersville Police learned that the following businesses had been broken into. Subway Little Caesar’s Small Cakes Papa Murphy’s Pinky’s […]

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Troutman man accused of identity theft, unauthorized vehicle use

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated Iredell County Criminal Investigations Detectives were contacted about Stephen Todd Lipe using a vehicle without permission and asked to assist the owner with locating the vehicle. Further investigation led to the discovery that Mr. Lipe was also using a debit card belonging to the vehicle owner to make cash […]

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#Coneweed effort raises nearly $15,000 for those in need

ADAPTED RADIO SCRIPT Huntersville’s favorite Christmas decoration, Coneweed, has done more than just gain social media fame: it’s also raised nearly $15,000 for those in need. That’s according to the Huntersville Fire Department. The amount is thanks to apparel being sold online, donations and a dollar-for-dollar match via HopeMatch. Coneweed was removed by the NCDOT […]

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