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MOORESVILLE – An accident between Exits 30 and 31 in the southbound lane of Interstate 77 is expected to be cleared up around 2 p.m., according to the N.C. Department of Transportation (NCDOT).

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MOORESVILLE – Two men stole an unknown amount of cash from the Food Lion on Williamson Road at approximately 8:20 a.m. on Monday, June 16, according to an Iredell County Sheriff's Office news release.

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STATESVILLE – Iredell County Partnership for Young Children (ICPYC) has started a new program, Iredell Safe Seats – a service that will provide families in Iredell County with car seat safety checks by certified passenger safety technicians, parent/caregiver education on child passenger safe…

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The South Iredell Senior Center offers a full slate of activities for seniors age 60 and older in the area. It’s located at 202 N. Church St., Mooresville.

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MOORESVILLE – The Mooresville Police Department reported the following charges, including location and date of arrest or citation, June 25 to July 2:

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MOORESVILLE – The 31st Annual Rummage Sale has been scheduled for Aug. 3-4 at St. Therese Catholic Church.

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MOORESVILLE – LangTree Live is well into its summer concert series, but there’s still plenty more to catch if you haven’t gone yet.

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MOORESVILLE – The Mooresville Police Department reported the following charges, including location and date of arrest or citation, June 18-25:

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MOORESVILLE – The Mooresville Police Department reported the following charges, including location and date of arrest or citation, June 11-18:

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MOORESVILLE – The Mooresville Police Department Criminal Investigative Division has identified the suspect involved in the attempted car break-ins in the Muirfield Subdivision during the early morning hours of June 21.

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A yearlong review of the Comprehensive Agreement (CA) outlining the partnership between the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) and I-77 Mobility Partners for the construction of I-77 Express Lanes between Mooresville and Charlotte discovered no procedural violations while an…

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MOORESVILLE – On May 25, a report was filed with the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office in reference to an Aries riding lawn mower that was stolen from a storage building at the Laura Memorial Church of God at 2173 Charlotte Hwy. in Mooresville.

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MOORESVILLE – The Mooresville Police Department reported the following charges, including location and date of arrest or citation, June 4-11:

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STATESVILLE – After weeks of discussion in and out of boardrooms, county commissioners have officially approved putting a quarter-cent sales tax increase proposal up for citizen vote on the November ballot.

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MOORESVILLE – On October 11, 2014, the Mooresville Police Department responded to a double shooting that took place in front of 604 Ashe Street.

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CHARLOTTE – The American Red Cross is launching the Missing Types campaign to recruit new blood donors – and those who have not given recently – to ensure lifesaving blood is available for patients. 

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MOORESVILLE – Mooresville’s Beautification Committee presented their recent “Beautification Award” to Brian Seto, owner of Revival restaurant at 761 N. Main St. 

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MOORESVILLE – Purchasing groceries by way of an app or website took off several years ago. From big retailers like Walmart to websites like Blue Apron, which delivers customized weekly ingredients for customers – many have hopped on the bandwagon. Organic and free-range were the kind of buzz…

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MOORESVILLE – The Mooresville Cotton Mill saw better days, particularly in the late 1800s when the mill complex was the largest single employer and taxpayer in Iredell County. The use of the mill has been repurposed over time and salvaged into a multi-use complex serving the Mooresville comm…

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MOORESVILLE – In its inaugural year, as many as 10,000 flags were planted across from the Lowe’s YMCA campus on Memorial Day in 2016. The sea of red, white and blue makes a return this year, kicking off Memorial Day activities across town. The event is hosted by The Mooresville-Lake Norman E…

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What a day at the office looks like is beginning to change. As independent and co-working spaces are becoming readily available, experts say employers want to shift from a traditional office scene. With strong emphasis coming from supervisors to create a work-life balance and cater to mental…

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MOORESVILLE – The pool at the War Memorial Center will open for the season on Memorial Day weekend, May 25-27. The schedule below is for admission and swim time details: 

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Dunbar High School was named after African-American poet Paul Laurence Dunbar.

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MOORESVILLE – From 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday, customized doughnuts are made at Mercy’s Daylight Donuts. The doughnut shop offers a variety of flavors and was something the Lyerly family said Mooresville needed. With competition coming from chains, owner Mercy Lyerly said th…

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MOORESVILLE – Town residents and community members will get a chance to get up close with some of the biggest powerhouses in Mooresville.

MOORESVILLE – Though semesters and classes are coming to an end, students may still spend some of their summers at school but for a less academic approach. Here are a few of the summer camp op…

MOORESVILLE – Citing economic growth and population increase in the county, the Mooresville South Iredell Economic Development Corporation and Statesville Regional Development are in the proce…

MOORESVILLE – Cotton and Vickie Ketchie of Cotton Ketchies Landmark Galleries joined more than 30 business owners and leaders across the state on this year’s list of Main Street Champions. Eve…

MOORESVILLE – On Thursday, March 29, a tractor-trailer owned by R+L Carriers was traveling eastbound on N.C. 150/Oak Ridge Farm Highway near the intersection of Wiggins Road when the driver, a…