If you could design your ideal town park, Mooresville officials would like to know what it would look like.
Mooresville High defensive back Chris Ingram, a rising junior, verbally committed to N.C. State o...
A building dedication and ribbon cutting event was held at the new South Iredell Fire-Rescue station located at the corner of Linwood and Brumley Roads on July 13.
The Mooresville Tribune celebrated its 75th anniversary on Thursday which included a ribbon cutting. An estimated 200 people came throughout the evening -- despite the searing heat -- including numerous Tribuners of yesteryear.
Donning colorful masks and gauntlets created during an “I’m a Superhero” program at the Mooresville Public Library, youngsters sport their most heroic poses. The program was part of the this year’s Summer Reading themed activities spotlighting superheroes and everyday hero’s alike. Other superhero themed events in the Youth Services Department at the MPL include creating shields of famous superheroes, superhero science experiments, making a superhero cape and superhero bracelets. By the end of the summer, they will have a complete superhero outfit.
A Mooresville man was arrested and charged with sexually assaulting two young girls, said Iredell Sheriff Darren Campbell.
Mooresville High defensive back Chris Ingram, a rising junior, verbally committed to N.C. State on Saturday after attending camp at the school for what he said was the fifth or sixth time.
During a summer camp program at Patterson Farm, youngsters made kid-sized scarecrows from their old clothes. Throughout the week, campers learned about fruits and vegetables grown at the farm and the various animals that live on the farm there including goats and sheep, ducks, chickens, alpacas and even peacocks. Other activities included making crafts from recycled materials, and learning about soil conservation and irrigation as well as planting a pizza garden.
Mooresville Fire-Rescue held its annual Camp Blaze summer program at the War Memorial last week. On Friday, campers participated in activities such as hose spray, water and turn out gear relays, and going on a scavenger hunt through Liberty Park. Other camp activities included learning about pool safety, going through a fire safety smoke house, and touring the fire departments.
Sprint will end its sponsorship of the NASCAR Cup Series after 2016, the two companies announced today.
Some 263 seniors graduated from South Iredell High School on Saturday, June 13, 2015.
Approximately 400 graduates walked the stage at Coach Joe Popp Stadium on June 13. The sweltering heat didn't curb the crowd as family, friends and faculty cheered on their favorite Mooresville High student.
Members of Mooresville Fire-Rescue and Troutman Fire and Rescue departments participated in a severe weather training exercise on Thursday which simulated a tornado touching down in Mooresville. The six houses used during the training scenario along Cabarrus Avenue between Magnolia Street and Blue Devil Blvd. were purchased by the Mooresville Graded School District and will be demolished next week to allow for new construction to begin at Mooresville High School. MFR Assistant Chief Shane LaCount said this particular drill allowed them to focus on search and rescue efforts necessary if a real event were to occur.