The following is a list of those arrested on felony and driving while impaired charges from Nov. 19-24 in Iredell County. Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, the arrests, which usually run from Wednesday through Thursday, were cut off on Tuesday. The arrests from Nov. 25 will be listed in the Dec. 3 edition. Listed information, including addresses, has been gathered from arrest and incident reports publicly available at area law-enforcement agencies. If your name appears here and your case was dismissed or you were cleared of the crime, let us know by calling Donna Swicegood at 704-873-1451 ext. 4434 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Town of Mooresville and the Mooresville Police Department are looking for the perpetrators of about $2,000 worth of damage to the newly renovated Mooresville Municipal Golf Course, an act that was apparently committed over the past weekend.
ASHBURN, Va. - On Thanksgiving Day in 1944, Dick Graff opened his Army-issue mess kit and took comfort in his turkey and mashed potatoes, a welcome respite from the brutal battlefront near Weisweiler, Germany.
We all know about Black Friday, the mega-shopping day that follows Thanksgiving. But a day later, Small Business Saturday might be even more important to the country’s smaller retailers.
CHEVY CHASE, Md. - What Cheryl Douglass is thankful for this year: It won't take her a week to cook for Thanksgiving.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minneapolis police are searching for three white male suspects who authorities say shot five Black Lives Matters demonstrators, while the family of a black man who was fatally shot by a police officer has called for the dayslong protests outside of a police precinct to end.
CORNELIUS, N.C. (AP) — Opponents of toll lanes proposed for Interstate 77 north of Charlotte want to weaken the city's role on a regional transportation board.
The Disabled American Veterans recently honored Grayden Warren for outstanding service and commitment to the Iredell Veterans Burial Detail.
Downtown Mooresville will be the place to be Tuesday afternoon, with sunny skies and mild temperatures expected – along with thousands of parade lovers – as the 71st Mooresville Christmas Parade rolls down Main Street.
Veterans received approximately $697,650 in retroactive benefits over the course of two days, thanks to the help of the Benefits Action Center hosted by the town of Mooresville and the American Legion’s Veterans Assistance and Rehabilitation Division.
The following deeds were filed in the Iredell County Register of Deeds office from Nov. 8-14. For more information regarding specific plots of land, visit www.co.iredell.nc.us/Departments/RegDeeds
An automotive components manufacturer plans to move from Cornelius to Mooresville, where it will build a 97,000-square-foot plant and employ up to 150 people.
A Mooresville woman has been charged with 26 counts of identity theft and financial card fraud, the result of an investigation dating to May 5.
Law enforcement officials are seeking three people in the burglary of vehicles and the use of stolen debit and card in Mooresville.
Current debates over the resettlement of Syrian refugees have prompted repeated invocations of the words on the Statue of Liberty: "Give me your tired, your poor/ Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free."
WASHINGTON -- On a summer day in 2012, a basketball superstar walked into Jimmy John's in downtown Washington just as employees were attempting to kick out a homeless woman. Chamique Holdsclaw, who was drafted first overall in 1999 by the Washington Mystics and played in six all-star games, tried to ignore the commotion until she suddenly became part of it.
Despite having some reservations, Iredell County commissioners have unanimously approved an amended version of the county’s Animal Control Ordinance.
Mooresville emergency personnel responded to an accident on South Church Street involving a child being hit by a car around 3:15 p.m. on Wednesday.
It started with a single fingerprint in Paris, and now governors from more than half the of the United States of America -- including North Carolina -- are saying they will not accept asylum seekers from Syria, which is arguably the most war-ravaged nation on the planet.
If you regularly drive over the N.C. 150 bridge than spans Lake Norman between Iredell and Catawba counties, be aware of a lane closure on Thursday.
A Statesville man will serve at least 15 years in prison after pleading guilty Monday to statutory sex offense with a child.
North Carolina Public Health restaurant and food stand inspections in Iredell County, Nov. 8-14.
The North Carolina Court of Appeals has upheld the conviction of a former elementary school teacher on more than 170 counts of molesting students in the 1970s and 1980s.
Mooresville’s communication system is about to get a major upgrade.
When the filing period for a myriad of offices begins in less than two weeks, one Iredell County commissioner will definitely run for reelection; one will not; and one is still considering a number of options.
A 38-year-old Troutman man was charged with sexually assaulting a relative, said Iredell Sheriff Darren Campbell.
Danny Beaver, part of the "old guard" on the Mooresville town board that endured some controversial years a decade ago, is a commissioner again.
Mooresville police on Sunday arrested two men on charges of kidnapping, assault and conspiracy to kill their roommate.
Construction work on Mooresville High School’s new performing arts/athletics center is getting closer, with the hiring of the project’s general contractor.
Denied a last-minute reprieve by the governor on Friday, opponents of building toll lanes on Interstate 77 now look to the courts as their last hope of halting the project.
Mooresville’s five town commissioners face a big decision Monday when they announce the name of the local resident who will fill the seat of the late Mac Herring.
Iredell-Statesville Schools’ board approved the calendar for next school year last week, allowing ample time for families to plan their schedules.
At least two area state senators plan to submit a letter to Governor Pat McCrory today urging him to block Monday's scheduled start to the construction of managed (toll) lanes on Interstate 77, but Mooresville's state representative said he will not join them.
U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger is requesting that a full House Ethics Committee investigation be conducted on himself and any possible financial wrongdoing related to his former company, Pittenger Land Investments.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Hillary Clinton is the early favorite of Democratic Party insiders in North Carolina four months before the state's presidential primary, according to an Associated Press survey of the state party's superdelegates.
The following is a list of those arrested on felony and driving while impaired charges from Nov. 5-11 in Iredell County. Listed information, including addresses, has been gathered from arrest and incident reports publicly available at area law-enforcement agencies. If your name appears here and your case was dismissed or you were cleared of the crime, let us know by calling Donna Swicegood at 704-873-1451 ext. 4434 or emailing email@example.com.
Despite a lawsuit against the project and growing public opposition, the toll lanes project on Interstate 77 between Cornelius and Charlotte is scheduled to begin Monday.
Blue skies and sunshine finally made an appearance on Tuesday after weeks of rain here.
Mooresville and Iredell County schools are partnering with Piedmont Mediation Center, Inc., to offer a different way to solve conflicts like bullying, risky behavior, sexting and truancy.
Disciplinary action has been taken after an emergency communications telecommunicator failed to follow protocols for a 911 hang-up call.
A 42-year-old Iredell man faces 76 statutory rape and other sex charges in the alleged abuse of a family member.
An open casting call for an HBO movie will be held Tuesday, Nov. 10, in Mooresville.
Gary Preston hopes that his new venture, MySuite, will foster lasting connections as entrepreneurs grow their fledgling businesses.
Concerns about bright lights and a ball field on a 14.3-acre site off Shinnville Road brought forth comments during an “establishment of zoning” hearing at last Monday’s Mooresville Town Board meeting.
The contentious campaign for seats on the Mooresville Graded School District Board of Education is over, and the five-person board will soon have a new member. And Debbie Marsh, the top vote-getter in last Tuesday’s election, said she hopes she and her new colleagues "can move forward together."
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Louisiana investigators are combing through evidence in the shooting death earlier this week of a 6-year-old autistic boy after authorities charged two law enforcement officers in the shooting.
A man was charged with kidnapping after a woman told deputies she jumped from a moving car to escape a domestic violence situation, said Iredell Sheriff Darren Campbell.
The following is a list of those arrested on felony and driving while impaired charges from Oct. 29 through Nov. 4 in Iredell County. Listed information, including addresses, has been gathered from arrest and incident reports publicly available at area law-enforcement agencies. If your name appears here and your case was dismissed or you were cleared of the crime, let us know by calling Donna Swicegood at 704-873-1451 ext. 4434 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Troutman man wanted in an armed robbery at a Mooresville apartment building turned himself in to police Thursday night.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Former Raiders defensive end Anthony Wayne Smith was found guilty Thursday of murdering three men, including two whose faces appeared to have been branded with a hot iron.