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Giving back

Posted at 10:19am on Sep. 10, 2014

Compiled by Lauren Bailey

Huntersville’s economic growth called good; consultant makes recommendations

Posted at 5:50pm on Sep. 18, 2014

Huntersville has been on the right track in its economic development efforts, a national consulting group says, and the group has made recommendations that could help officials guide future growth for at least the next 10 to 15 years.

Huntersville ranks No. 8 in N.C. for safety, real estate website says

Posted at 3:01pm on Sep. 18, 2014

Huntersville has been named one of the top 10 safest places in the state by a national real estate group, a ranking that police believe they can improve even more.

Religion news

Posted at 9:17am on Sep. 9, 2014

Compiled by Erica Batten

Lake Norman nonprofit encourages others to help ‘Save A Life’

Posted at 4:56pm on Sep. 11, 2014

A newly formed Lake Norman nonprofit looks to raise awareness about the importance of organ donation at inaugural Save A Life Golf Classic Oct. 6 at Trump National Golf Club in Mooresville

Blues singer fled New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, moved to Mooresville

Posted at 8:04am on Sep. 11, 2014

Pat “Mother Blues” Cohen has been singing to people since she was six. She’s a favorite at a Mooresville law firm’s annual “Blues & Burritos” charity fundraising event on Sept. 19.

17-year-old’s dog toys help area rescue group

Posted at 11:06am on Sep. 9, 2014

By combining her ambitions of a future in the fashion industry with her passion for helping animals, Emma Hewson began recycling donated T-shirts into dog toys she now sells to raise money for Catering to Cats and Dogs.

Changes considered for accident-prone Statesville intersection

Posted at 12:00pm on Sep. 9, 2014

To increase safety, N.C. DOT has recommended that the median at East Broad Street and Elm Place in Statesville be extended across the intersection, restricting motorists from making most turns.

Veterans to be honored at fairgrounds festival

Posted at 12:05pm on Sep. 9, 2014

A Thank You Festival to honor all veterans will take place on Sept. 20 at the Iredell County Fairgrounds in Troutman.

Triplett UMC has big plans for new expansion

Posted at 12:09pm on Sep. 9, 2014

Triplett UMC held meetings, looked at plans and raised money for a $2.4 million building project that broke ground in August. The two structures that will total about 23,000 square feet should be finished in about a year.