Posted on 24 May 2013.
Security camera caught the man attempting to rob the Fifth Third in Mooresville. (Mooresville Police Department)
Police think the robbery of a Fifth Third Bank in Huntersville and the attempted robbery of a Fifth Third in Mooresville on Friday may be related.
Mooresville police reported that a man tried to rob the Fifth Third at 329 N. Main St. on Friday morning just before 11am. An emergency call came in at 10:53am. Police issued a security camera photo and are asking for help identifying the suspect.
Mooresville police said they believe the incident is related to a robbery at Fifth Third Bank in Huntersville around 12:20pm. Read the full story
Posted in Business, Huntersville, Mooresville, Police blotter, Police Blotter
Posted on 11 February 2013.
A domestic dispute turned deadly in Mooresville Sunday night when a woman fatally stabbed a 43-year-old man at a home on Red Arrow Place, a cul-de-sac neighborhood off U.S. 21.
Mooresville police later charged Dawn Bridget Kavanaugh, 42, with murder. She was being held in the Iredell County Jail. Read the full story
Posted in Mooresville, Police blotter, Police Blotter
Posted on 10 February 2013.
A Mooresville woman on Sunday morning shot and wounded a man who was breaking into her home at the Colonial Ridge Apartments, off NC 150 east of I-77. Mooresville police said the shooting appears to be related to a domestic dispute. Read the full story
Posted in Mooresville, Police blotter
Posted on 11 January 2013.
Lake Norman-area residents and elected officials will have chance to share their views on transportation and growth during a pair of regional meetings next week in Mooresville. On Tuesday, the 14-county CONNECT Our Future” consortium will host an open house to discuss growth in the coming decades. Then on Thursday, the Lake Norman Regional Transportation Commission invites elected and appointed officials as well as residents to a transportation summit, looking at the policy effects of growth on the transportation system. Read the full story
Posted in Business, Calendar, Concord, Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Living with Growth, Mooresville, Planning & Development, Transportation
Posted on 19 December 2012.
Students at Pine Lake Prep helped with Saturday’s groundbreaking on two new buildings. (Mark Thomas photo)
MOORESVILLE – After five years of fundraising, Pine Lake Preparatory School has begun construction on two new buildings that are expected to be complete before the start of the next school year. A groundbreaking for the $3.45 million project was held Saturday, Dec. 15, at the site of the planned Athletic and Community Center (ACC) and Fine Arts buildings. Read the full story
Posted in Mooresville, Schools, Sports
Posted on 26 October 2012.
MI-Connection Communications System will introduce the Lake Norman area’s fastest internet speeds and an improved video on demand service soon as part of a wave of changes aimed at adding new customers. The company also is launching a new ad campaign focused on its local ownership by the towns of Davidson and Mooresville. And it announced it has won a contract to serve the Langtree at the Lake project under construction at I-77 Exit 31. Story on DavidsonNews.net.
Posted in Business, Cable TV, Cornelius, Davidson, Mooresville
Posted on 23 October 2012.
Plan for the Langtree development, off I-77 Exit 31. Click to download a larger PDF version.
The Lake Norman Chamber’s monthly Focus Friday issues session this Friday, Oct. 26, will provide an update on progress at the Langtree at the Lake
development, off I-77 Exit 31. Steve Welly, president and chief operating officer of RL West and Langtree Development, will talk about the mixed-use project, where four of the first seven planned buildings are now under construction. Read the full story
Posted in Business, Calendar, Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Lake Norman, Mooresville, Planning & Development
Posted on 12 October 2012.
Ninth Congressional district candidates Democrat Jennifer Roberts and Libertarian Curtis Campbell offered diverging views of government in an election forum Thursday night at Davidson College. The forum also included candidates for Mecklenburg County Commission. Listen to audio replays of the three sessions on our ELECTION2012 page»
Also on our Election 2012 page today:
Posted in Davidson College, Election 2012