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Iredell County officially breaks ground on $26M jail expansion

Videos & Story: Project is scheduled for completion in 2019.

Early voting in Nov. 7 elections now underway

Ballots can be cast early through Saturday, Nov. 4, at the Board of Elections Office, 203 Stockton Street, Statesville.

Sheriff's office plans to use vacant Monticello school site

Sheriff: Pair of sex offenders faces new charges

​World War II vintage planes to return to Statesville Regional Airport

Remembering those taken from us by violent crimes

Story & Photos: Iredell Homicide Support Group held ceremony on Tuesday to honor victims and support their families.

Your Guide to the 44th Carolina BalloonFest

Everything you need to know to get the most out of this awesome weekend!

Commissioners receive public input on proposal to allow some county employees to bring guns to work

Videos: Proposed policy would allow employees with concealed carry permits to arm themselves.

I-SS reduces spending for Exceptional Children's Department by $161K

District eliminates positions in response to declining enrollment and funding.

Courthouse traffic will be detoured Oct. 19-20

Detour necessary so new stormwater line can be installed

Home Depot employees assaulted during 'aggressive' theft

SPD: Suspects punched one employee and pushed another before fleeing with thousands of dollars worth of merchandise.

Statesville Council delays decision on splash pad for Bentley Community Center

Council members directed city staff to study an alternate location.

SFD hires third female firefighter in department's history

Job fulfills a life-long ambition for Lindsay Moose

SPD releases identity of man killed in accident

The SPD Traffic Unit is conducting an investigation into the cause of the accident.

Partnership with public library benefits I-SS students

Student ID cards now work as library cards, and there are no late fees for students.

Dalton Edwards passes away after long battle with cancer

Statesville resident inspired thousands with his faith and courage.

Eighth-graders explore technical careers

Story & Photos from event at Statesville Civic Center

Statesville Council to consider spending $114K for splash pad

New amenity would be installed at Bentley Community Center by Memorial Day Weekend.

I-SS tech committee delays recommendation on new devices

District expects net cost of new PCs or MACs to exceed $7 million.

Hundreds participate in Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Story & Photo Gallery: Walkers raised more than $21K.

Teen charged with breaking and entering with intent to terrorize

SPD Crime Reports: Oct. 8-12

District Attorney's Office promotes Breast Cancer Awareness

Statesville JROTC cadets honor Medal of Honor recipients

ICSO seeking public's help identifying suspect in vehicle break-ins

Deputies took several reports for unlocked vehicles being broken into in area of the Clear Springs development off Charlotte Highway on Thursday.

Report: Adult tried to lure child into car at soccer complex

SPD looking into Thursday incident.

Support group plans ceremony to honor homicide victims

Event is planned for Tuesday, Oct. 17.

Seven Things to do in Iredell this Weekend

Fall Fun Days at Rescue Ranch and BBQ Benefit for Cindy Adkins & Robin Jordan top our list for this weekend.

Iredell County commissioners present retired colonel with Distinguished Citizen Award

Statesville native David "Tim" Williams recently retired from U.S. Army.

Local ballooning pioneer inducted into FAI Hall of Fame

Tracy Barnes is the founder of The Balloon Works, now known as Firefly Balloons, a hot air balloon manufacturing company in Statesville. He is credited as an early inventor and designer of today’s sport hot air balloons.

Kutteh, Johnson to square off again in November for Statesville mayor

Election is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 7.

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