The following is a list of those arrested on felony and driving while impaired charges from March 19-25 in Iredell County.
Students from Michelle Demers and Rita Brannon’s third grade classes at South Elementary presented their Gateway Projects to parents and fellow peers through a Living History Museum this past Friday as they portrayed famous individuals such as Dave Thomas, Tony Hawk, Michael Jordan, J.K. Rowling, Paula Deen, etc. All third graders at the school researched well-known entrepreneurs instead of "famous people in general, because it is better aligned with the standard course of study in third grade," said South Principal Dr. Debbie Marsh.
The Art Department at N.F. Woods presented their annual art reception which featured art by students in all grade levels and art classes at the school. This year's theme was "Starry Night," and several artworks were inspired by artist Vincent Van Gogh's famous piece by the same name. One of the displays also included artwork from an alumni of Mooresville High School. Art Teacher Deborah Hauff noted it is typical for them to include works from students who have since graduated, and are continuing their studies in college or have begun their career as an artist. Attendees enjoyed a performance from the MHS Honors Choir and hors d'oeuvres were provided by the Foods II classes.
Students at Mount Mourne School heard from Paul Davidson from the NASA Langley Research Center and Dr. David Robinson of Corvid Technologies during a "Phoenix Rising Day" on March 11. They learned about NASA's many space programs and missions and watched a rocket launch demonstration.
After a strong pledge campaign that enabled United Way of Central Carolinas to boost its funding of health and human services agencies, the organization is looking to another big year -- under…
Mooresville’s varsity girls soccer team made sure to make the most out of a match that meant the most.
Easy Eddie’s Motorcycle Shop, located at 225 S. Broad Street, caught fire Thursday afternoon.
Second graders in Cheryl McCrorey and Erin Micklow's classes at South Elementary, participated in a Global Mystery Skype night in which they were able to Skype with students from eight countries in different time zones across the world.
Bus riders at Mooresville Intermediate show love and appreciation for their bus drivers during Bus Drivers Appreciation week as part of National Love the Bus month.
Sprint will end its sponsorship of the NASCAR Cup Series after 2016, the two companies announced today.
A private funeral was held for Dean Smith Thursday. The North Carolina basketball coaching great won two national championships. He died Sunday, at 83.
Members of Mooresville Fire-Rescue's Urban Search and Rescue team learn basic survival skills such as building a lean-to shelter during a land search and rescue training class.
The Mooresville Community Alliance held it's fifth annual MLK Day of Unity Community Breakfast on Monday, Jan. 19, at Mooresville Intermediate School. Remarks were given by Mooresville Graded Board of Education member Leon Pridgen, and the district's Superintendent Dr. Mark Edwards as they reflected on MLK Day and the legacy Martin Luther King Jr. left behind. The morning key note speaker was Cynthia Clarke, minister of The Park Ministries & Clinical Pharmacist at Carolinas Health Services. Clarke's message focused on finding one's purpose in life and fulfilling and pursuing one's dream's and goals in order to accomplish their life purpose no matter what. Mooresville High School's Honors Choir also performed for guests attending the breakfast, and several student awards were presented by the MCA group.