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Statesville Police Department offers free vacation house checks

Developer pulls out of Historic Vance Hotel project

SPD: Suspect charged in armed robbery

Tahleel Kahmeek Summers, 17, received a $150,000 bond.

East Elementary students’ skills and talents on display at annual Leadership Day

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Gov. Cooper shares message of gratitude and generosity at turkey pardoning ceremony

Small Business Saturday offers chance to support downtown shops

DSDC giving away $100 in Downtown Dollars to promote local businesses.

Sheriff: Man faces drug charges after arrest for nonpayment of child support

State fire marshal urges caution in the kitchen this Thanksgiving

There are approximately 2,000 home fires that occur each Thanksgiving that result in deaths, injuries and property loss.

ICSO Felony Arrests: November 8-14

The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests

Your Guide to the I-77 Express toll lanes

Majority of lanes will open before end of the year.

Construction nearing completion on $17.3M public safety complex

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Scotts High School grads share memories at multi-class reunion

Members of classes of 1947-1959 enjoy fellowship.

SPD's "Fill the Trailer" Toy Drive off to a great start

More than 300 toys were donated on Saturday at Kmart.

Sheriff: Four suspects face felony charges after Harmony incident that injured two people

Tar Heel State’s workplace injury and illness rate drops to historic low

Our List: Five Things to do this Weekend in Iredell

Sponsored by Key to Escape

Man charged with robbing Domino's employees at gunpoint; SPD searching for accomplice

Statesville woman faces charges in connection with homicide

Alicia Denene Daye, 32, received a $434,000 bond.

SPD: Suspects stabbed, robbed man after arranging meeting

Statesville Family YMCA to present Humanitarian Awards at annual banquet

Event scheduled for Dec. 6 at Statesville Civic Center.

Mitchell Community College students isolate new viruses

Mitchell offers nationally renowned undergraduate research opportunities to students.

DHHS commits to further action to lower infant mortality rates and decrease disparities

North Carolina’s infant mortality rate decreased to 7.1 deaths per 1,000 births in 2017.

Retirement of assistant city manager prompts reorganization of Statesville administration

Lynn Smyth retiring after more than 30 years with city.

New I-SS board members to be sworn in next month

Richard Carver and Ken Poindexter won seats in November election.

Grace Baptist Church calls Dr. H. Stephen Shoemaker as new minister

Church to host a welcoming reception for Shoemaker and his wife Sue on Sunday, Nov. 18.

SPD identifies man killed in crash on Signal Hill Drive

I-SS officials plan to regroup after voters' rejection of sales tax referendum

Quarter-cent increase would have generated millions for school systems and Mitchell Community College.

Fourth Creek Rotary Club supports Yokefellow and Power Cross

Laura Laws Memorial Golf Tournament raised $53,000.

'Explore Pathways' event helps students consider personal and career choices

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EnergyUnited presents corporate gift to United Way of Iredell County

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