MOORESVILLE – The May 8 Primary Election brought out 10 percent of Iredell County voters, who cast their ballot to determine who will participate in the November election. Out of the more than 117,000 county citizens registered to vote, about 11,000 showed up to the polls. Read more
MOORESVILLE – When new properties are annexed into town limits, a zoning classification has to be established for them quickly – within 60 days, according to Planning and Community Development Director Rawls Howard.
MOORESVILLE – The North Carolina Department of Transportation met with residents, stakeholders and elected officials on April 24 to discuss the impacts along with the study and construction timelines of plans to widen Williamson Road.
Three Democratic candidates are vying to represent District 34 in the North Carolina Senate. District 34 includes Iredell and Yadkin counties.
Four candidates are running for the Iredell County Commissioner Board. Gene Houpe, James B. Mallory III and Marvin Norman are incumbents, and Scottie Brown is a challenger. Citizens can vote for three people on the primary ballot.
MOORESVILLE – An emotional Mayor Miles Atkins spoke about his recent absence from town duties at the regularly scheduled Mooresville Board of Commissioners meeting on Monday, April 16. Atkins was on leave for the last month.
MOORESVILLE – Seeking input from Mooresville residents, town staff recently launched a website where community residents can provide feedback about various town projects, the Comprehensive Land Use Plan and other town-related concerns.
MOORESVILLE – Currently, the Selma Burke Community Center serves, on average, nearly 100 kids per month from the Mooresville area. With an expansion of the facility and programs underway, the center on Agape Drive in recent years has earned its growth – in recognition, in activities and in f…
MOORESVILLE – At the March 19 town board meeting, several people in attendance voiced concerns and asked commissioners to extend the public comment period about a Traffic Separation Study Report released by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT).
MOORESVILLE – Mooresville Planning Board recommended a rezoning request on a 1-acre property on Brawley School Road from a potential business.
MOORESVILLE – Members of the Mooresville Board of Commissioners sent two commissioners off with well-wishes and welcomed two new board members during their regularly scheduled meeting Dec. 4.
MOORESVILLE – The town’s Historic Preservation Commission adopted the updated Historic Preservation Commission local design guidelines to be more in line with the state protocol at its regularly scheduled on Nov. 2 meeting.
MOORESVILLE – In an effort to compromise community development and town construction regulations, Mooresville Planning Board’s Board of Adjustment gave a 4-1 for the approval of a new variance with conditions that would affect cul-de-sac construction on a Linwood Road property.
MOORESVILLE – The Town of Mooresville’s parks and recreation department that oversees 15 parks became one of 250 departments in North Carolina accredited through the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA) and the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). …
MOORESVILLE – Municipal and school board elections are just a few months away with several candidates who are running for election and a handful of newcomers.
STATESVILLE – Iredell County commissioners want to see more conversations and concessions to development plans among residents and property developers before moving forward with an applicant’s request to give a property to another jurisdiction. The board voted 3-2 July 18 to delay taking act…
Filing period for North Carolina municipal elections begins at noon on July 7 through July 21. For Lake Norman area political aspirants that means that seats on all town boards of commissioners are up for grabs as are school board seats.
MOORESVILLE – During a town board meeting on Monday, May 1, officers of the Mooresville Police Department were among those who received awards from the volunteer group Community Caring.
DAVIDSON – The Indivisible Lake Norman chapter had its first meeting on Saturday, March 4 at the Gethsemane Baptist Church to discuss the current state of political affairs both on a local and national scale.
MOORESVILLE – Law enforcement officials are urging residents to be more vigilant when it comes to using their debit cards, answering sales phone calls and other methods of unauthorized personnel obtaining personal information.
MOORESVILLE – Mooresville Graded School District Board of Education members drafted a resolution to the North Carolina General Assembly in a special session called by Mooresville Graded School District on Friday, Jan. 27, in support of a proposed bill.
MOORESVILLE – In an effort to reconstruct health care in the United States, President Donald Trump announced in early January the possibility of repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act – commonly referred to as Obamacare. But some in the health insurance field say instantaneously lea…
MOORESVILLE – In August 2016, the Town of Mooresville received $95,000 from the N.C. General Assembly to help restore and improve the downtown area. In a town board meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 17, the Mooresville Planning Department requested additional funds of more than $25,000.
MOORESVILLE – Siding with business owner Gary Preston, members of the Mooresville Planning Board debated and recommended a text amendment that would allow for more than two bars, or similar establishments, on the same side of the street in downtown.
MOORESVILLE – Celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Mooresville residents joined hands to commemorate the Civil Rights leader on Monday, Jan. 16 at the Charles Mack Citizen Center.