- Public Safety
With many of our local high schools scheduling their proms in the near future, I wanted to express some of my concerns about drugs, alcohol and young adults.
The following persons registered for assumed names in the Iredell County Register of Deeds office from April 12-18.
The following deeds were filed in the Iredell County Register of Deeds office from April 12-18. For more information regarding specific plots of land, visit www.co.iredell.nc.us/Departments/RegDeeds/
North Carolina Public Health restaurant and food stand inspections in Iredell County, April 12-18.
North Iredell High School JROTC cadets said they received just as much from their community service project work as the beneficiary did.
A 12-year-old girl remains in the hospital following a crash Thursday on Plaza Drive near Talbert Road.
A Troutman man, accused of regularly receiving shipments of marijuana from California, was arrested Wednesday on felony charges.
A man who ran from a traffic stop on Tuesday night tried it again Thursday but was taken into custody within minutes, said Troutman Police Chief Matthew Selves.
Capital Correspondence is a weekly update on votes taken by Iredell County representatives in the North Carolina General Assembly.
Impending poor weather has forced the Statesville and Barium Springs Family YMCAs to move Saturday's planned Healthy Kids Day to May 16.
TAYLORSVILLE, N.C. – A shooting occurred on N.C. Highway 16 in Taylorsville late Thursday afternoon.
A Statesville man was arrested following an allegation of a sexual assault of a relative.
A woman was arrested after officers found 11 different prescription medications in her car, said Troutman Police Department Sgt. Corey Richard.
Students in Iredell-Statesville Schools have organized fundraisers over the next week that are inspired by personal struggles or sadness that each has endured.
At what amounted to a special meeting, the Statesville City Council gathered with members of the Downtown Statesville Steering Committee and a representative from Centralina Council of Governments Thursday to discuss how best to proceed next week when prospective developers will interviewed regarding work in the city’s central business district.
Two people were airlifted from the scene of a wreck Thursday morning on Highway 150 at Talbert Road in Mooresville.
Michael McColl has been the voice behind the Super Bowl, “Star Wars” previews and “Dancing with the Stars” commercials.
The public is invited to a meeting this afternoon where Statesville City Council discussions will center on how best to move forward in the redevelopment of downtown.
Douglas Johnson takes the old adage “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” to new levels.
A 17-year-old high school student is behind an effort to collect prescription medications for proper disposal.
If Iredell County Commissioner Tommy Bowles' hunch is right, a decision made Tuesday night may upset some folks in Mooresville.
The Greater Statesville Chamber of Commerce and Mitchell Community College want to match people up with job opportunities in the county.
Troutman Town Council members were given the next several weeks to examine the 2015-2016 fiscal year budget proposal presented to them earlier this month by Finance Director Steve Shealy.
Due to a production error, there are no obituaries in Wednesday's edition of the R&L.
A misstatement at a Cabarrus County Board of Commissioners meeting on Monday created some confusion about jobs in Statesville on Tuesday.
A police chase in Troutman ended peacefully Monday when the driver and a passenger were arrested without incident, according to Troutman Police Chief Matthew Selves.
Iredell Sheriff Darren Campbell said he was pleased with the first day of "Operation 420," a roundup of people wanted on drug and other charges.
It’s the stuff of nightmares.
A Statesville man will serve at least 13 years in prison after being found guilty of several charges, including manufacture of methamphetamine and cruelty to animals.
The Career Academy & Technical School is now accepting applications for enrollment in the iAcademy for the 2015-16 school year.
Carol Gist was recently named food service coordinator for Iredell Christian Ministries.
The Carolina Dogwood Golf Tournament, which was postponed due to rain last weekend, was rescheduled for this Sunday.
The facility of a group that works with at-risk children was among those targeted by vandals over the weekend.
Statesville Police are warning businesses about a scam involving payment for utilities.
Emergency service personnel, law enforcement officers, veterans, ministers and firefighters can spend the afternoon playing a free round of golf in the fourth annual Give Back Golf Invitational Tournament on May 8 at River Oaks Golf Club.
HICKORY – Police said a Statesville man was found with 26.5 grams of marijuana in his car Saturday, officials said.
A man wanted in connection with a weekend shooting incident surrendered to police Monday night.
Stacey Carter is a firm believer in the ability of horses to provide comfort to a veteran with posttraumatic stress disorder, confidence in a child with developmental or behavioral issues, or leadership skills in training sessions.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday threw out a North Carolina court ruling that upheld Republican-drawn electoral districts for state and congressional lawmakers.
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Iredell County Animal Services is teaming up with Zootastic to offer free rabies shots on Saturday.
While it was named "Operation 420," a play on the fact that April 20 is National Pot Smoking Day, Iredell Sheriff Darren Campbell said Monday morning's drug-suspect roundup targeted more than 30 people involved in the sale of a variety of drugs, ranging from marijuana to cocaine to heroin.
Pastor Chris Thompson of South River Baptist Church described his church’s ministry as a means to demonstrate humility and love for God.
The following persons registered for assumed names in the Iredell County Register of Deeds office from April 5-11.
A 23-year-old man is being sought in connection with a shooting late Saturday night on Lakeview Drive.
A man, sentenced to a probationary term in 2013 for attempted trafficking in opium/heroin, was arrested on the same charges Thursday.
Two people were seriously injured in separate wrecks Saturday.
The following is a list of those arrested on felony and driving while impaired charges from April 9-15 in Iredell County.
Most serious undertakings involve following a number of steps that move the venture from a frameless idea to a tangibly completed project.
The long-awaited new visitor center at Lake Norman State Park will officially greet nature lovers this week.