Posted on 07 May 2013.
The Lake Norman Regional Transportation Commission will hold its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, May 8, 2013 at 6:30pm at the Cornelius Town Hall, with a focus on transportation planning in the NC 73 corridor through the region. Read the full story
Posted in Calendar, Cornelius, Environment, Huntersville, Living with Growth, Mooresville, Transportation
Posted on 26 April 2013.
MI-Connection’s contribution to debt payments is on the rise, while town contributions are falling. (SOURCE: MI-Connection)
By DAVID BORAKS
MI-Connection Communications System’s board of directors on Thursday approved a 2013-14 budget that foresees a smaller loss, and higher revenues. More important for system owners Davidson and Mooresville, the Lake Norman-area cable network is asking the towns for less money next year, and contributing more toward the system’s debt payments. Read the full story
Posted in Business, Cable TV, Cornelius, Mooresville, Town Hall
Posted on 25 April 2013.
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MI-Connection Communications System, the local cable and high-speed network owned by the towns of Davidson and Mooresville, will hold a public hearing on its 2013-14 budget Thursday night in Davidson. The proposed budget projects 8.7 percent growth in revenues and expense growth of less than half that.
The system will continue to lose money, according to a budget summary provided by the company. But the subsidy needed from Davidson and Cornelius is expected to be 10 percent less than this year’s.
The meeting of the system’s board of directors begins at 6:30pm at Davidson Town Hall, 216 S. Main St. Read the full story
Posted in Business, Cable TV, Calendar, Cornelius, Mooresville, Town Hall
Posted on 11 March 2013.
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“Every holiday, she dresses accordingly,” said Jerry Phelps, about his daughter, Sophia, 6. (Gayle Shomer/DavidsonNews.net)
Motorcyclists high-fived kids during the parade on Main Street. (Gayle Shomer/DavidsonNews.net)
Traditional Irish dancers leaped and twirled. (Gayle Shomer/DavidsonNews.net)
Bagpipers stayed after the parade was over to play more tunes for people on Main Street. (Gayle Shomer/DavidsonNews.net)
Keona Foye and her son, Carter, 3 months, handed out information for Fit Avenue. (Gayle Shomer/DavidsonNews.net)
Saturday’s St. Patrick’s Parade
in downtown Mooresville was a relatively short one, but just right for getting folks in the mood for St. Patrick’s Day this weekend. The parade ran down Main Street from Iredell Avenue to Center Avenue and included the Ceol na Gael Irish Pipe Band, Irish Wolfhounds, Irish Step Dancers, and more.
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Posted in Mooresville, Photo of the Day
Posted on 06 March 2013.
The deadline for robots to be “bagged and tagged” for the official 2013 FIRST Robotics competitive season was Feb. 19 at midnight. But the unofficial competition had already begun with a “Harlem Shakes” video competition sponsored by the robot parts supplier AndyMark. Here’s the entry by Pine Lake Prep’s SPORK 3196. It didn’t win, but it sure looks like fun.
Can’t see the video? Watch it directly on YouTube.com
March 6, 2012, School Notes – Anne Vari’s lateset school notes column has an extended report on the robotics team.
Posted in Mooresville, Schools, Video
Posted on 04 March 2013.
A former Mt. Mourne Elementary School teacher is facing more than 100 charges of sex abuse, stemming from incidents in the 1980s. Meanwhile, Davidson police are seeking information about a hit-and-run in front of 230 S. Main Street in the early morning hours of Sunday, Feb. 24. Authorities believe a late model white Ford Escape struck the hydrant causing $10,000 in damage and seriously damaging the front bumper of the Ford, which was found at the scene.
Police also are investigating at least three counts of breaking and entering this week, including one in which $1,100 in cash and camera equipment valued at $350 was stolen from inside of a parked vehicle. Details on these stories and a tally of the week’s arrests, citations, and traffic enforcement may be found below.
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Posted in Mooresville, Police Blotter, Public safety, River Run
Posted on 14 February 2013.
Cornelius and Davidson emergency units responded to a report of a wreck on I-77 southbound Thursday morning that brought traffic to a standstill at one point.
The wreck, which dispatchers initially reported as a rollover, happened around 9am.
One of the two lanes reopened around 9:15am, according to a radio report from Cornelius units on the scene.
It wasn’t known if anyone was hurt in the wreck. No further information was immediately available.
A passerby told us he saw two cars, a Mercedes that appeared to be totaled and a minivan. He said there did not appear to be any serious injuries.
Firefighters were busy Thursday morning. Earlier, both Cornelius and Davidson units were called to Davidson College’s Patterson Court for a report of smoke in a fraternity house.
Meanwhile, another wreck with injuries, involving a truck and a car, closed NC 150 in Mooresville Thursday morning. See more on the Mooresville Tribune website.
Posted in Cornelius, Exit 30 area, Fire calls, Police Blotter, Traffic alerts
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