Day: November 14, 2022

A perfect partnership for Pie in the Sky

Combining two of Mooresville’s oldest, most treasured downtown businesses and families under one roof has reunited a small, “old town” community of people.

And it feels like home, they say.

Near the town’s historic Mill Village, far from the traffic and noise of the western part of town, lies one of Mooresville’s best-kept secrets. Folks passing by Shop N Save Markets at 1105 Mecklenburg Highway may mistake it for an unassuming gas station. But any Mooresville native will agree: that building has for years boasted “the best steaks in Mooresville.”

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Ward 2 has a race

Mooresville native Will Aven filed today for the Ward 2 seat on Mooresville’s town board.  He will be challenging Thurman Houston, also a lifelong

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This morning …

The hearing on WBTV Reporter Nick Ochsner’s petition for the body-cam footage of slain Mooresville K9 Officer Jordan Sheldon was over before it began.

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Four years ago today

On May 4, 2019, time stood still in Mooresville. “Officer down.” That was the call. Phone calls and text messages quickly started revealing the

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Getting our government right

It’s easy to have a fairytale understanding of how government works. We’d like to think that we live in a community of articulate, involved citizens and honest government officials who can have robust debate but ultimately make decisions that are in the best interest of the people.

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Community steps in as Covid-19 threatens Iredell

As Iredell County braces for an expected surge in Covid-19 diagnoses, many local residents and businesses are rolling up their sleeves, showing what community is all about.

Across the nation and in Iredell, first responders and healthcare providers face a severe shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE), including face masks (especially N-95s), protective eyewear (such as safety goggles), plastic face shields and gloves. 

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About Author

Hi! I’m Jaime

I was a newspaper reporter in Mooresville, NC for a decade and covered local government issues from 2003 to 2006.

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