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Mooresville teacher sets out on sea expedition

Posted at 2:19pm on Aug. 27, 2014

Lindsay Knippenberg, an earth and marine sciences teacher at Mooresville High School, will join an expedition to explore uncharted areas of the ocean floor between Puerto Rico and the British Virgin Isles this month.

Catawba County ready for new Sherrills Ford/Terrell area library

Posted at 2:16pm on Aug. 26, 2014

Anticipating the eventual need for a larger library in the Sherrills Ford/Terrell area, Catawba County commissioners, with the support of county leadership, began several years ago to set money aside for a new building.

New grant program to stimulate business interest in Davidson’s historic district

Posted at 11:11am on Aug. 29, 2014

Davidson invests in downtown spaces

Cornelius man wins 2nd national water skiing title

Posted at 12:15pm on Aug. 26, 2014

Cornelius resident Don Aschenbrenner recently competed in the 72nd GOODE Water Ski National Championships in Florida, where he won his division for the second time

Mothers of Multiples hosts annual sale

Posted at 11:02am on Aug. 26, 2014

For shoppers seeking bargains on baby gear and children’s clothes, an upcoming sale may appear to give them double vision.

Religion news

Posted at 12:17pm on Aug. 19, 2014

Compiled by Erica Batten

The Avett Brothers help put Cabarrus incubator farm in national spotlight

Posted at 9:07am on Aug. 22, 2014

When the Avett Brothers promised financial help to keep the Elma C. Lomax Incubator Farm Park operating after it was cut from the county budget, donations and other offers of came pouring in from Avett fans.

Autumn is season for arts in Mooresville

Posted at 2:48pm on Aug. 19, 2014

Individual studios housing potters, wood turners, watercolorists, oil painters and other artisans dot the Mooresville landscape – a sign the arts are growing in the area.

Troutman replacing aging water meters

Posted at 12:21pm on Aug. 19, 2014

The Troutman Town Board authorized spending $812,000 to improve the efficiency of the town’s water system, including the replacement of nearly all of the town’s aging water meters with new radio operated instruments.

Minnie Mouse painting in Statesville must come down

Posted at 10:01am on Aug. 20, 2014

A painting of the Disney character Minnie Mouse that has graced the south wall of the New South Gallery and Studio on Center Street in Statesville for the past several months must come down.