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JS Linen named Industry of the Year, Janie Stikeleather Ambassador of the Year

The Statesville Chamber of Commerce presenting the Duke Energy Community Service Award to I-CARE at last night’s annual awards dinner. A copy to the presentation remarks gives credit to that organization for helping those in need through a hand up through education, career and energy saving programs. WSIC customer client JS Linen received Industry of […]

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Huntersville Police Department preparing for accreditation review

PRESS RELEASE The Huntersville Police Department is scheduled for an on-site assessment as part of the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA) Accreditation Process to achieve re-accreditation by verifying it meets more than 400 professional law enforcement standards. Administered by CALEA, the accreditation program requires law enforcement agencies to comply with national […]

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Downtown Statesville parking discussed at Council retreat

City regulated parking will continue to operate under the same process in Statesville. Spokeswoman Nancy Davis says parking was discussed at last week’s retreat. Police Chief Joe Barone conducted research by contacting other municipalities and found that they were in line with Statesville. Finance reportedly pulled statistics, finding that the collection rate on parking tickets […]

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Sheriff’s Office: Taylorsville woman sent fraudulently obtained items overseas

PRESS RELEASE On Thursday, February 16, 2017, members of the Alexander County Sheriff’s Office arrested Sandra Kelley, W/F, age 66 of Taylorsville. She was arrested and charged with 10 counts of Felony Receiving Stolen Goods/Property. Her arrest stemmed from an investigation by the Alexander County Sheriff’s Office in reference to stolen vehicles delivered to her […]

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Lowe’s announces 430 layoffs in Mooresville

Mooresville-based Lowe’s Companies announced today that it is laying off 430 people at it’s campus in southern Iredell. This comes as more than 500 are laid-off company wide. Lowe’s says this is being done to create a more efficient corporate structure. Mayor Miles Atkins wrote in a statement that he had spoken with Lowe’s today […]

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Statesville Council continues process to purchase fire truck

RADIO SCRIPT The Statesville City Council met last night continuing the process to buy a new fire truck. According to an e-mail from Spokeswoman Nancy Davis, the group approved entering a purchase co-op to speed the process. The official approval of the purchase is expected to take place at the March 6th meeting. Council members […]

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Sheriff’s Office: Patrol cars damaged in accident

RADIO SCRIPT Two Iredell County Sheriff’s Office patrol cars were damaged in a Highway 21 accident last week. Major Marty Byers says a Deputy did not see traffic slowing in front of him and rear-ended another patrol vehicle. According to Byers, that car bumped another one in front of it and a car traveling in […]

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Panthers: Tolbert, Soliai released

PRESS RELEASES The Carolina Panthers have released fullback Mike Tolbert, the team announced Tuesday. “I feel very fortunate to have coached Mike for nearly his entire career,” said head coach Ron Rivera, who coached Tolbert in San Diego from 2008-10 and in Carolina from 2012-16. “He was someone we targeted in 2012 because we felt […]

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Our Towns Habitat names new Director of Development

FROM PRESS RELEASE CORNELIUS, N.C. (Feb. 21, 2017) – Our Towns Habitat for Humanity is welcoming Patrice Reynolds to its leadership team as the new Director of Development. Reynolds brings 30 years of nonprofit experience to the affiliate, working with both international agencies and small, local organizations. Her breadth of experience includes fundraising, board development, […]

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Details released of second weekend shooting in Statesville

We’ve learned of a second shooting into a Statesville home Saturday night. According to police, residents of the Alexander Street address heard a car drive by slowly when several shots were fired. The front door, a window and a TV inside were hit. There were no injures. This should not be confused with the case […]

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