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Lake Norman News: Sunday

A planned four-lane connector between Cornelius and Mazeppa roads could still be at least a decade away, but some residents are already telling the town they don't want it slicing through their decades-old neighborhoods.

Jimmy Murphey, just two days shy of 80 years old, has survived two heart attacks and three strokes.

Countywide The Batten disease fundraiser, a 5-kilometer run/walk, begins 8 a.m. Saturday, Harris Road Middle School, Concord. One-mile fun run starts at 9 a.m. There will be activities for kids and a carwash. Proceeds benefit juvenile Batten disease research. Register at www.sportoften.com. Details: www.ourboysjourney.com.

The developer of the planned Promenade on the Lake development on N.C. 150 West has withdrawn a rezoning request that would have allowed Mooresville-based Rowboat Dock & Dredge to move its longtime business to part of the 16.5-acre site.

Any religion professing the goal of perfecting the world to enable the victory of life over death should enthusiastically welcome any and all other faiths willing to partner with it in such a daunting task.

If you are a parent, you probably make a big deal out of your kids' birthday parties.

The River Run Country Club has promoted Bruce Hawtin to head tennis professional.

The Sherrills Ford Friends of the Library has a literacy program whose aim is to link the school, library and home so that children will have ample opportunities to read.

At a public hearing May 18 on Statesville's proposed budget, the City Council debated who should pay for a police officer at the Iredell-Statesville Schools' alternative school: the city or the county.

Brig. Gen. Charles “Chip” Luckey was nominated recently to be appointed by President Obama to the rank of major general in the Army.

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