EXIT 23 The Huntersville Police Department has received the Law Enforcement Accreditation award from CALEA, recognizing professional excellence in law enforcement.
EXIT 25 The Birkdale Village Concert Series continues 7 p.m. Friday with a performance by R.B. Stone.
EXIT 28 Walgreens is building a pharmacy on West Catawba Avenue east of the Irish Cue-Double Door Inn plaza.
EXIT 30 The Davidson Greenway, Trails and Bikeways advisory board will meet 7 p.m. Wednesday at town hall, 216 South Main St.
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EXIT 33 Artists will demonstrate their techniques at the free Cotton Ketchie Arts Festival 2008, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday at the Charles Mack Citizen Center, 215 N. Main St. The festival also will include children's activities, art sales and raffles.
EXIT 36 Firefighters and police will make free child safety seat checks 5-8 p.m. Tuesday at the Mooresville Police Department, 750 W. Iredell Ave. No registration is required.
EXIT 45 Fuller Architecture unveiled the design of the new Troutman Library at the town board's Aug. 14 meeting. The library is scheduled to open in January 2010.
EXIT 50 The Statesville City Council has approved a $116,500 contract to Smart Electric Company to purchase and install two generators for the operation of sewer lift stations.
WEST SHORE Troutman has changed the meeting dates for the Technical Review Committee and the Planning and Zoning board. The review committee will meet the third Tuesday of every month, and the planning board will meet the fourth Tuesday.