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Mooresville 150th mural completed commemorating history


Check out the homes sold in Mooresville in October


These Lake Norman turkey trots offer ‘running for…


Check out the status of NCDOT road projects around…


Mooresville 150th mural features ties to the past, flow…



Mooresville 150th mural completed commemorating history

Mooresville 150th mural completed commemorating history

MOORESVILLE – Ties to town history – art, a train, a race car, clock, nature and more – are in place on a commemorative mural honoring Mooresville’s upcoming 150th birthday, with a year of town celebrations set to kickoff on New Year’s Eve. Artists Sydney Duarte and Treazy Treaz finished...

Check out the homes sold in Mooresville in October

Check out the homes sold in Mooresville in October

Mooresville – ZIP code 28115 Neighborhood Address Sales price Allison Park 1010 Emerson Drive $390,000 Autumn Grove 127 Autumn Grove Lane $410,000 Bennington 119 Tilton Drive $375,000 Cherry Grove 152 Laurel Glen Drive $525,000 Creek Stone 256 Country Lake Drive $620,000 Curtis Pond 410 Almora Loop $480,000 Curtis Pond 128...

These Lake Norman turkey trots offer ‘running for good’

These Lake Norman turkey trots offer ‘running for good’

Runners and volunteers have time to register for Thanksgiving Day morning events filled with fun, fitness and fellowship that also serve as fundraisers for Lake Norman-area agencies serving those in need. The 11th annual Angels & Sparrows Family Fun 5K “Turkey Trot” in Birkdale in Huntersville and the 12th annual...

Check out the status of NCDOT road projects around Mooresville

Check out the status of NCDOT road projects around Mooresville

MOORESVILLE – An update on road projects, anticipated adjustments to the town’s new Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) and acceptance of a half-million dollar boost for law enforcement operations were among topics addressed at the Mooresville town board’s early November meeting. Projects in motion Updating commissioners, Town Manager Randy Hemann summarized...

Mooresville 150th mural features ties to the past, flow toward the future

Mooresville 150th mural features ties to the past, flow toward the future

MOORESVILLE – Mural artist Sydney Duarte was selected to create a 200-foot downtown mural commemorating Mooresville’s 150th anniversary, and she and artistic partner Treazy Treaz began work earlier this month at the mural’s Church Street site across from the Mill One apartments. While the project was in the process of...

How team of goats helps with revitalization of Mooresville park

How team of goats helps with revitalization of Mooresville park

MOORESVILLE – An 80-legged, environment-friendly team working almost around the clock is eliminating thick vegetation and invasive plants as part of a town project to transform an overgrown creek bed into a walking trail. Twenty goats contracted from Green Goat Land Management are well into their fall mission to devour...

COMMUNITY NEWS: Mooresville parks department earns accreditation

COMMUNITY NEWS: Mooresville parks department earns accreditation

MOORESVILLE – The Mooresville Parks & Recreation Department has earned accreditation through the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA) and the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). CAPRA accreditation is the only national accreditation for park and recreation agencies and is a measure of an agency’s overall quality...

Final issues being wrapped up regarding towns’ cable company

Final issues being wrapped up regarding towns’ cable company

Davidson and Mooresville are moving closer to wrapping up all connections to Continuum, the cable television company once known as MI Connection, that the towns owned and sold at the end of 2019. As part of it’s consent agenda items on Nov. 7 – two weeks after the Davidson town...

Josh’s Farmers Market holds deep roots around town, commissioners learn

Josh’s Farmers Market holds deep roots around town, commissioners learn

MOORESVILLE – The status and prospects for Josh’s Farmers Market will be the subject of a Mooresville Board of Adjustment session on Nov. 15, with owner Josh Graham’s appeal of citations, fines and orders to cease operations scheduled for an evidentiary based, quasi-judicial proceeding. However, during public comments at Monday’s...

Mooresville commissioners nix storage facility for east side of town

Mooresville commissioners nix storage facility for east side of town

MOORESVILLE – At their Nov. 7 session, town commissioners rejected plans for a proposed commercial project adjacent to what is envisioned as a major east-west corridor. Four-story worries A request from Brown RR LLC for annexation and utility service for a development in the northeast corner of the Rocky River...

 
 

ALL-LAKE GIRLS TENNIS: North Lincoln’s Carver elevates skill, endurance

ALL-LAKE GIRLS TENNIS: North Lincoln’s Carver elevates skill, endurance

PUMPKIN CENTER – Emma Carver made a midseason equipment change, and with added comfort, finished her sophomore year at North Lincoln with a 23-4 singles...

Sirianni, Stalun, Decker receive top Catawba Shores football honors

Sirianni, Stalun, Decker receive top Catawba Shores football honors

With a record-setting season in his first and only year at Community School of Davidson, quarterback A.J. Sirianni was named Offensive Player of the Year...

SOCCER PLAYOFFS: Christ the King returns to state title game

SOCCER PLAYOFFS: Christ the King returns to state title game

HUNTERSVILLE – Christ the King will head to its second straight 1A state championship game following its 3-2 defeat of Langtree Charter Tuesday night in...

FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Huskies avenge loss to Mallard Creek as kickers shine

FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Huskies avenge loss to Mallard Creek as kickers shine

CORNELIUS – Hough got revenge on its lone in-state and conference loss this year by defeating Mallard Creek 16-6 Friday night in the second round...

Lincoln Charter among trio of Catawba Shores soccer teams to regional finals

Lincoln Charter among trio of Catawba Shores soccer teams to regional finals

The Lincoln Charter boys soccer team advanced to the 2A West finals with a 3-1 road win over Newton-Conover Thursday. It was the fourth straight...

Lake Norman-area athletes sign letters of intent to play in college

Lake Norman-area athletes sign letters of intent to play in college

The fall National Signing Day was Wednesday for non-football athletes making their college decisions. Here are their destinations to play at the next level: Cameron...

 
 

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Home price hike slows as inventory bolstered around Lake Norman

Home price hike slows as inventory bolstered around Lake Norman

Signs of the real estate market cooling off came to Lake Norman last month, with median home sales increasing at lower rates and a bolstered inventory across local communities. For...

Exercising during holiday season combats calories, improves mental health

Exercising during holiday season combats calories, improves mental health

The cookies are baked and that glass of milk has been set out for Santa but you find yourself low on energy and need to combat those holiday blues. The...

Winter an ideal time to beef up lawns, plant new additions

Winter an ideal time to beef up lawns, plant new additions

The recent week-long visit of late-summer warmth may have been a distraction from the seasonal change on the horizon, but the piling up pin oak and maple droppings – combined...

 
 

COLUMN: Mourning the queen with love for my other country

COLUMN: Mourning the queen with love for my other country

Like the rest of the world, I’ve been following the hours of coverage of the death of Her Royal Highness, Queen Elizabeth II, since Sept....

Public Safety Unit provides added protection for town events

Public Safety Unit provides added protection for town events

MOORESVILLE – The Mooresville Police Department (MPD) utilizes various personnel and tools in a variety of ways to keep our community safe. One unique way that...

COLUMN: Let the Red Line come, then (maybe) tax

COLUMN: Let the Red Line come, then (maybe) tax

The push for an updated design plan for the Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) Red Line has not altered – at least, not yet – the...