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Mooresville men charged in Oct. traffic wrecks

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (QUEEN CITY NEWS) – The Mooresville Police Department charged two men after investigating two fatal October wrecks. In a press release, the police said the worked with the Iredell County District Attorney’s Office. BE THE FIRST TO KNOW: Sign up here for QC News Alerts and...

Stony Point Man Detained

A Stony Point man was arrested by the Alexander County Sheriff’s Office on November 22nd. 42-year old Garland Plato Spears was served an arrest warrant from Iredell County for failing to appear in court. The original charges were traffic related including driving with license revoked. Spears was transferred to the Iredell County Detention Center but as of today he is no longer in custody.
Statesville Record & Landmark

Out of Our Past

Twenty-five years ago: Record & Landmark, Nov 28-Dec. 4, 1997. Leaf crews: “Beginning their days at 7 a.m., these workers are responsible for picking up the leaves citizens have collected and piled where city streets meet private property. The city collects 2,000 tons of leaves per season.” (11/28)

ICSO Felony Arrests: November 18-22

The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office reported the following felony arrests:. ♦ Jaylen Alexander Gaither, 22, of Monte Vista Road, Statesville, charged with larceny by servant or employee. NOVEMBER 19. ♦ Robin Lynn Anderson, 46, of old Monroe-Marshville Road, Wingate, charged with possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver...

A Day in the Life of a North Carolina Fruit & Vegetable Farmer

On an early morning in late spring, the strawberries hang heavy — bright red and nearly bursting with sweet juice. More fruits and vegetables in an abundance and variety that could overwhelm a grocery store ripen on green stems. Doug and Randall Patterson have already been at work for at least an hour by the time their employees drive up at 7 a.m. The brothers have checked their Rowan County fields to assess the previous day’s unfinished work, walked through the packaging facility, and consulted the inventories to see what they need to sell.

Clear bag policy begins Monday at sporting events for Rowan-Salisbury Schools

ROWAN COUNTY, N.C. (WBTV) - A new policy goes into effect on Monday requiring that only clear bags can be used to carry belongings into sporting events at Rowan-Salisbury Schools. Under the new policy, all bags are subject to search before entry into sporting events. After the clear bag is...
Statesville Record & Landmark

Here is today's weather outlook for Nov. 28, 2022 in Statesville, NC

Listen now and subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS Feed | Omny Studio. Temperatures in the 60s are expected for the Statesville area. It looks like it will be a mild 62 degrees. Expect a drastic drop in temperatures though, with a low reaching 36 degrees. We will see a mix of sun and clouds. The area will see gentle winds today, with winds only reaching 7 miles per hour, coming from the West. This report is created automatically with weather data provided by Keep an eye on for forecast information and severe weather updates.

City of Kannapolis Receives National Honors

The City of Kannapolis has been recognized with two national SAVVY Awards for its communications and marketing initiatives by 3CMA. 3CMA, The City-County Communications and Marketing Association, is the nation’s top professional group for government communication and marketing professionals. The Savvy Awards, recognizes outstanding local government achievements in communications,...

Theatre Statesville to present ‘Every Christmas Story Ever Told (and then some!)’

Theatre Statesville will present eight performances of “Every Christmas Story Ever Told (and then some!)” just in time for the holiday season. Directed by Chad Schuermeyer, performances are scheduled for December 1-4 and December 8-11 at the Iredell Arts Council, located at 203 S. Meeting Street in Statesville. All shows begin at 7:30 p.m. except the 2 p.m. matinees on December 4 and December 11.

Police chase ends with driver in handcuffs in Clemmons

CLEMMONS, N.C. — Davie County sheriff office have identified the man who led deputies to a car chase while traveling on U.S. Highway 158 near the area of Spangenberg Avenue. Deputies said they received the call at 7:26 p.m. on Friday. Steven Cody was driving at a high rate...

Hawks grind out win over Catawba

MURFREESBORO – After three straight losses on the road, Chowan men’s basketball team picked up a strong regional victory in their home opener here Saturday where the Hawks defeated Catawba, 73-65. Christian Koonce recorded his first double-double of the season with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Preston Le...

Mitchell Community College recognizes growth of Apprenticeship Iredell

Mitchell Community College hosted an Apprenticeship Iredell “Breakfast and Success” event to thank and recognize its industry partners and student-apprentices and to celebrate the continued growth of the program. The breakfast coincided with the celebration of National Apprenticeship Week. Apprenticeship Iredell offers student-apprentices the chance to be hired...

Salvation Army’s Red Kettles help provide hope when all is lost

Everyone knows the sounds of the bell ringing at Christmas time; the Salvation Army Red Kettle fundraiser gives the every day person the chance to make a difference in the lives of local families all year long. People come to the Salvation Army of Iredell County office with a variety...
Statesville Record & Landmark

Iredell County restaurant inspections: Nov. 13-19

North Carolina Public health restaurant and food-stand inspections in Iredell County, Nov. 13-19. American Deli, 1036 Crossroads Drive, Statesville, 99/A. Arby’s ARG #1889, 3209 Taylorsville Highway, Statesville, 95.50/A. Barker’s Grocery LLC, 104 Houpe Road, Statesville, 99/A. Buckos, 546 E. Plaza Drive, Mooresville, 95/A. Circle K #2720172, 354 S....
Mount Olive Tribune

Trojan women cruise past Blue Bears

Kornegay Arena is like the Bates Motel.Opponents check in, but they rarely escape in victorious fashion. Such was the case Saturday afternoon. Laila Harris pumped in a team- and game-high 16 points to lead the University of Mount Olive women’s basketball team past in-state foe Livingstone College, 74-48. The...
Statesville Record & Landmark

Community support needed for Iredell's foster children

This year marks 62 years of support for the Lonely Children’s Fund Drive by the Statesville Record and Landmark, and for the past four years the drive has been championed and supported by the Mooresville Tribune. This fund and effort that began in 1960 allows the children in foster care to have Christmas gifts, and other needs that occur throughout the year.