Posted at 4:37pm on May. 14, 2013
When Laura Stevenson needed a doctor and medication to treat her diabetes and high blood pressure, she turned to HealthReach Community Clinic, which offers free health care to Iredell County residents who lack insurance.
Posted at 11:41am on May. 14, 2013
A Mooresville girl, 11, intends to raise thousands of dollars to buy a Dream Racer racing simulator for a children’s hospital.
Posted at 3:45pm on May. 9, 2013
School dance: Bailey Middle School will hold a school dance 7:30-10:30 p.m. May 31 in the school’s gymnasium. Tickets are $5 each and will be on sale May 28-31 during lunchtime in the school cafeteria. Snacks and photographs will be for sale at the dance. Volunteers are needed to help with the event. For details or to volunteer, contact Johnny Nicodeme at email@example.com.
Posted at 11:01pm on May. 11, 2013
Couple celebrate son born through in-vitro fertilization
Posted at 12:54pm on May. 10, 2013
For a senior adult, a few home modifications can make the difference between living independently and having to move into assisted living.
Posted at 3:55pm on May. 9, 2013
Students at SouthLake Christian Academy will host a benefit concert – Ghana Rock – at Northside Baptist Church in Charlotte on May 17. The funds raised will be used to end child slavery and trafficking on Ghana’s Lake Volta.
Posted at 10:07am on May. 10, 2013
He proposes marriage by writing, publishing a book about their relationship... and planting it in Birkdale Village bookstore
Posted at 8:07pm on May. 11, 2013
Mills Family Farm is holding a free benefit horse show May 18 to raise money for youth group mission trips and preschool programs at Vanderburg United Methodist Church in Mooresville.
Posted at 3:46pm on May. 9, 2013
What began as a small idea for town officials a few years ago turned into a fun day for hundreds of Statesville residents who collaborated on a flash-mob-style video.
Posted at 3:49pm on May. 9, 2013
An unusually large number of incumbent elected officials from both Statesville and Troutman have signaled their intention not to run for re-election this fall.
Posted at 3:44pm on May. 9, 2013
Iredell commissioners should let voters decide in November whether to issue $86 million in bonds to meet the districts’ needs, an Iredell citizens group says
Posted at 11:06am on May. 8, 2013
Town Manager Anthony Roberts proposes $17.6 million fiscal 2014 budget
Posted at 2:24pm on May. 2, 2013
After 20 years of running a business in Huntersville, Alison Stroud decided a change was in order.
Posted at 1:28pm on May. 7, 2013
Historic Rural Hill in Huntersville is preparing for its third annual North Carolina Brewers and Music Festival, to be held on the property May 11.
Posted at 2:38pm on May. 2, 2013
9-year-old Mooresville gymnast Alexa Almond works hard at her sport... and succeeds at it
Posted at 1:28pm on May. 7, 2013
16-year-old wants to help people adopt pets that otherwise would be euthanized.
Posted at 11:24pm on May. 5, 2013
Eat at an area Brooklyn Pizza or at Harvey’s in Cornelius and help support Mark Daidone Cancer Research Endowment.
Posted at 2:45pm on May. 5, 2013
A rash of suicides in Davidson persuades town and community leaders to confront a problem and drag a taboo into the light.
Posted at 4:51pm on May. 4, 2013
Whether it’s the setting for a NASCAR commercial, a hit TV series or a feature movie, Lake Norman has seen a growing interest as a film location over the past two years.
Posted at 2:03pm on May. 2, 2013
Skin cancer screening: In recognition of National Skin Cancer Awareness month, Lake Norman Regional Medical Center will host its annual free skin cancer screening 6-8 p.m. May 8 at the Lake Norman Medical Pavilion, 131 Medical Park Road, Suite 101, Mooresville. Dermatologists will perform screenings by appointment only and registration is required: 888-995-6762.
Posted at 1:23pm on May. 2, 2013
Skin cancer screening: In recognition of National Skin Cancer Awareness month, Lake Norman Regional Medical Center will host its annual free skin cancer screening from 6 to 8 p.m. May 8 at the Lake Norman Medical Pavilion, 131 Medical Park Road, Suite 101, Mooresville. Dermatologists will perform screenings by appointment only, and registration is required. Appointments: 888-995-6762.
Posted at 9:45am on May. 2, 2013
After her mother, Shirley Lawrence, died from breast cancer in 2006, Shannon Laatsch said that one statistic kept ringing in her ears.
Posted at 10:36am on May. 1, 2013
Before television emerged in the late 1940s as king of family entertainment, radio reigned.
Posted at 12:03pm on May. 1, 2013
Team tryouts: Mooresville American Legion Post 537 will hold an organizational meeting at 4 p.m. May 5 at Mooresville High School’s baseball field for players interested in trying out for its junior and senior baseball teams this summer. Parents of players are encouraged to attend. Player-agreement forms must be filled out and notarized before players practice, and a notary will be on hand. Details: Coach Johnny Meadows, 704-763-8045.
Posted at 12:13pm on May. 1, 2013
Lakepoint Auto Service: The auto service shop at 130 Lugnut Lane, Mooresville, is donating 10 percent of proceeds from all of its services in May to Solace for the Children LKN. The local nonprofit brings children from Afghanistan each summer to spend time with local families and receive medical treatment. Lake Point Auto Service: 704-658-1312. Solace for the Children LKN: Sandy Tabor-Gray, 704-763-9478; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted at 11:45am on May. 1, 2013
The MI-Connection Board of Directors has unanimously approved a 2014 fiscal year budget that projects about $18.6 million in revenues, up 8.7 percent from 2013, and $15.2 million in expenses, up 3.8 percent,
Posted at 11:28am on May. 1, 2013
In his December 2012 end-of-the-year message, Statesville Mayor Costi Kutteh, commenting on the fact that city workers haven’t received a salary increase since July 2008, said “our only reward to the employees has been to have neither furloughs nor involuntary reductions in force. I realize many days this is not enough.”
Posted at 11:15am on May. 1, 2013
At first glance, it appeared to be a friendly scrimmage between the boys’ and girls’ varsity soccer teams from Community School of Davidson. Smiling faces, great competition, and a beautiful afternoon at the River Run soccer fields.
Posted at 9:56am on May. 1, 2013
Local residents have the opportunity to kick off their shoes and let down their hair with the Piedmont HealthCare Friday after Five concert series in Statesville.
Posted at 6:46am on May. 2, 2013
False bomb threats and other incidents caused four lockdowns at Hough High School in the past week.
Posted at 1:45pm on May. 1, 2013
A Charlotte man who allegedly was not wearing a seat belt Tuesday while driving on Interstate 77 in Iredell County wound up with much bigger problems.
Posted at 6:28am on May. 2, 2013
The Lake Norman Marine Commission is fighting a House bill that would give first-time powers for Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Mooresville and Troutman to enforce their ordinances 2,500 feet from shore.
Posted at 10:34am on May. 1, 2013
Compiled by Lauren Bailey
Posted at 2:23pm on May. 1, 2013
By mid-July, Huntersville’s town board will likely consider a plan that will shape growth in the Eastfield area.
Posted at 3:46pm on Apr. 25, 2013
Some neighborhoods send students to both districts; the two systems assign grades to school levels differently.
Posted at 4:27pm on May. 1, 2013
During the day, Reed is a student at Pine Lake Preparatory. Sometimes, he assumes his artistic pseudonym, ReKap.
Posted at 6:24pm on Apr. 29, 2013
Volunteers with the Lincoln County Life-Saving Crew said they plan to fight the sudden closure of their station, which they say was illegally decided by some of their board members last week.
Posted at 4:57pm on Apr. 29, 2013
Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas will publish Carol Stratton’s second book within 6 to 9 months.
Posted at 12:42am on Apr. 29, 2013
Pilots and others familiar with two regional airports that were expected to close their towers in June said they are cautiously optimistic that federal legislation passed last week will keep them open.
Posted at 2:17pm on Apr. 23, 2013
Presentation: A group of students last month made a presentation at a statewide World View Latin America and North Carolina seminar in Raleigh on the South American country of Peru. The students were the only ones from a middle school in North Carolina invited to make a presentation. Students Shannon Hoffman, Marcella Panisini, Daniel Bonomo, Sofia Sanchez-Zarate, Eileen Sam, Brianna Claspbell, Anika Rawal and Chetan Singalreddy did their own research and created a website that shared the country’s cultural aspects.