Mitchell Community College has announced that the following students have made the full-time and part-time dean’s list for the 2022 summer semester.
The scholarship committee for the Mooresville Chapter Las Amigas Inc. has announced that its annual Matilda Reid Campbell Scholarship for 2022, in the amount of $1,000, has been presented to Mooresville native Amiya Gore, the daughter of Akiya Gore.
The Volunteer Auxiliary of Lake Norman Regional Medical Center has awarded its 2022 scholarship to Brooklyn Ford, a 2022 graduate of South Iredell High School. She received a $600 scholarship and will be attending the University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina, to pursue a phar…
Students and staff members at Woodland Heights Elementary raised nearly $30,000 as part of the Kids Heart Challenge.
Lake Norman Regional Medical Center is hosting a free online seminar June 21 titled “Maintaining Healthy Joints,” featuring orthopedic nurse navigator Jaycee Dedmon, MSN, RN, ONC, as presenter. The seminar is scheduled from noon to 1 p.m.
On Wednesday, Mooresville Graded School District Superintendent Stephen Mauney announced his plans to retire effective June 30 after 29 years of service in public education, all at MGSD.
Madeline Hiteshue of Mooresville is one of four high school students who have been selected by EnergyUnited to participate in unique leadership opportunities in June.
Carson Cook, Grace Ann Krohn and Richard Lowder Whitfield, all of Mooresville, are among the 260 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill students to be inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa honor society.
Are you ready for a new pet in your life? All these animals are available for adoption at Iredell County Animal Services, 430 Bristol Drive, Statesville.
Members of the Evening Exchange Club of Greater Mooresville Lake Norman gathered at Richard’s Coffee Shop on Jan. 21 and shared a special gift of a chess set to them. Club member Cotton Ketchie made the official presentation, giving the set to Gary Baker on behalf of those who meet at the co…
Legislators have filed bills in the N.C. House and Senate in response to the attacks, including a measure that could lead to 10 years in prison, a fine of $250,000 and liability for financial damages suffered by anyone impacted by a resulting outage.
“There are beaches which present some dangers ... whether that’s hurricanes, surfing fatalities, or shark attacks,” Travel Lens reported.
Check out conditions on the ground at more than a dozen locations around North Carolina and Virginia.
A Mooresville man was arrested on drug charges after a traffic stop for erratic driving, said Iredell Sheriff Darren Campbell.
A man and a teen are facing charges after an attempted robbery Tuesday morning.
On March 3, 1873, the area once known as “Moore’s Sliding” was incorporated and officially named the Town of Mooresville. Most residents have seen the magnificent display on Main Street spotlighting some of the town’s history. However, there is far more we can learn about our people and our …
Miles Atkins has announced that he will seek reelection as mayor of Mooresville in 2023.
The Iredell County Board of Commissioners took a moment in last week’s meeting to recognize Barb Thorson and her contributions to the county’s parks and recreation.
The town of Mooresville has announced the selection of Tommy Rowland as the new building permitting and inspections director.